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THE DESCENT, BIRTH, MAURI AGE, EDUCATION, AND APPOINTMENT:? OF EACH PERSON, HIS 
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WALFCRD , EDWARD, 1823-18S7. 

The county families of the United Kingdom; 
or. Royal manual of the titled and untitled 
aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland and 
Ireland. Containing a brief notice of the de- 
scent, birth, marriage, education and appoint- 
ments of each person, his heir apparent or pre- 
sumptive, as also a record of the offices which 
he has hitherto held, together with his tovrn 
^address and country residence... 4th t 29th, 32nd 
sinnual publication; 1868, 1869, 1892. London, 
dwicko, 1669-92. 

NL 34-2290 



& 

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS 

ALBERT EDWARD, PRINCE OF WALES, 

DUKE OF CORNWALL, K.G. 
fcbts 'Uloxh 

13 HUMBLY DEDICATED 
(BY SPECIAL PERMISSION) 

BY HIS I10YAL IIIGHNESS'S OBEDIENT SERVANT, 

EDWARD WALFORD. 



PEEFAOE. 

TN putting fortli a new and much enlarged edition of the 
^* 'County Families,' the Editor feels it his duty, and also 
a pleasure, to thank those numerous friends and correspondents 
who have so kindly supplied him with the requisite materials, of 
which he has made extensive use. The Work is now corrected 
down to the end of June, 18GS. 

The constant accession of fresh materials in the Editor's 
hands whilst these sheets have been passing through the press, 
will account, he trusts, for the long delay in the appearance of 
the present Edition. Henceforth it is intended that the 'County 
Families " shall be published annual'v, the necessary arrangements 
having been made for keeping it standing permanently in type. 

E. W. 

17 Cuurch How, Hampstead: 

July 1, 1868. 



EXTRACT FROM THE 



PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. 



IT is impossible for me to send forth to the Public this work— the result of more 
than two years' constant labour and research — without acknowledging in 
terms of gratitude the kind and generous assistance which I have received from 
almost every quarter, in answer to the circulars which I have issued to the present 
representatives of the highest families in the three kingdoms, whether numbered 
among the ' titled ' or the ' untitled ' aristocracy, who, with few exceptions, have 
freely communicated to me the information which I requested at their hands. Here 
and there, it is true, my applications have been met with a refusal on the part of 
those who were most nearly interested ; but even in these cases I have endeavoured 
to keep faith with the public, by instituting private inquiries among local friends 
and correspondents, and by consulting a large library of useful books of reference. 
By these means I have been enabled to produce a volume which, in spite of 
numerous imperfections, embraces the whole of the titled, and by far the largest 
portion of the untitled aristocracy of the three kingdoms, and may, therefore, 
fairly lay claim to be styled, in common parlance, a ' Dictionary of the Upper Ten 
Thousand.' 

I am well aware that such a book as this must always remain, in one sense, 
imperfect in a country like our own, where, mainly owing to the influence of trade 
and commerce, individuals and families are continually crossing and re-crossing 
the narrow line which severs the aristocracy from the commonalty. Cut I can safely 
promise that, as often as a new edition of the ' County FAMILIES ' shall be called 
for, the book shall be found in a state more nearly approaching completion, by the 
constant addition of fresh families to the roll of its contents, and by carefully noting 
the various changes wrought day by day by the silent operation of births, marriages, 
deaths, and preferments, in the families whose names I record. 

It is to be hoped that the public and subscribers to the worlc will pardon such 
errata as they may find on referring to their names ; and they A\ill further oblitre 
me if they will kindly communicate to me those errors, through my Publisher, in 
order that they may be rectified in future editions. 'When they call to mind that 
every separate entry involves a statement of from five to fifty facts, inclusive of 
dates, the public will be able to realize some portion of the labour of an Editor ill 
preparing such a work as this fur the press. 

I have not chosen the title of this work without deliberation. 1 have called 
my book a MANUAL OF rnr TITLED AND UNTITLED A.RISTOCRACT, and have accordingly 

arranged both these orders under a simrle alphabet, because 1 remember the words 
of James I , that 1 the king, though he can make a noble, cannot make a •:■ ntleinan,' 
and because the bearing of arms, not of titles, has ever been considered as the 

distinctive mark of true noblesse. 

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CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL CLUBS ......... xii 

NOTICE m 

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xiv 

THE QUEEN AND THE ROYAL FAMILY xv 

COUNTY FAMILIES— GENERAL ALPHABET . 1-1034 

COUNTY FAMILIES— SUPPLEMENTAL ALPHABET 1035-1043 

CORRIGENDA 1044 

INDEX OF NAMES, ARRANGED UNDER THE SEVERAL COUNTIES . . 104o-10P8 



LIST 

OF 

THE PRINCIPAL LONDON CLUBS. 

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Albemarle, 22 Albemarle Street, W. 
Arlington, 4 Arlington Street, AV. 
Aemy and Navy, 36 Pall Mall, S.AV. 
Arthur's, 69 St. James's Street, S.W; 
Arts, Hanover Square, W. 
Athen.eum, 107 Pall Mall, S.W. 
Athenjeum (Junior), 116 Piccadilly, AV. 
Boodle's, 28 St. James's Street, S.W. 
British Service, 4 Park Place, S.W. 
Brooks's, 60 St. James's Street, S.W. 
Carlton, 94 Pall Mall, S.W. 
Carlton (Junior), 14 Regent Street, S.W. 
Cavendish, 307 Regent Street, S.W. 
Clergy, 19 Charles Street, Hay market. S.W. 
City ok London, 19 Old Broad Street, 
City, E.C. 

Civil Service, 86 St. James's Street, S.W. 
Clarendon, Albemarle Street, W. 
Conservative, 71 St. Jam es's!St rent, S.W. 
East India United Service, 14 St. Jamos's 

Square, S.W. 
Farmer's, Salisbury Square, E.G. 
Gahkick, Garrick Street, Covcnt Garden, W.C 
Grksham, in King William Street, City, EC. 
Gryphon, St. James's Street, S.W. 

Guards', 7(1 Tall Mall. S.W. 
Mil itia and Yeomanry. CildrloS Street, Ilay- 
market, S.W. 



National, 1 Whitehall Gardens, S.W. 

Naval and Military, 94 Piccadilly, W. 

Oriental, 18 Hanover Square, AV. 

Oxford and Cambridge. 76 Pall Mall, S.AA". 

I'ei.ham, 15 George Street, Hanover Square, W. 

Fokti.and, 1 Stratford Place. Oxford Street, AA". 

Pratt's, 14 Park Street. S.AA T . 

Raleigh, 14 Regent Street, AV. 

Reform, 104 Pall Mall, S.AA". 

Royaj, London Yacht, 3 Robert Street, 

Adelphi, AV.C. 
Royal Thames Yacht. 7 Albemarle Street, AV. 
Sr. James's, 54 St. James's Street. S.W. 
Stafford. 2 Savile Row, W. 
Travellers', 106 Pall Mall. S.AV. 
Union, Trafalgar Square, S.AV. 
United Service, 116 and 117 Pall Mall, S.AV. 
United Service (Junior), u Charles Street. 

S.AV. 

United Service (Queen's), 16 Regent Street, 

S.W. 

United University, Pall Mall East, S.AV. 
University (New), 67 St. James's Street. 

S.AV. 

V.uinteek Service. 49 St. James's Street, 
S.AV. 

White's, 38 St. James's Street. S.AV. 
Windham. 1 1 St. James's Square, S.W. 



THE COUNTY FAMILIES 



Of 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



NOTICE. 




As it is impossible for the Editor to suppose, or even to hope, that in so voluminous 
a work as 'The County Families,' many errors in spelling- and many omissions, 
will not le detected by his Readers, he begs respectfully to inform them that lie teill be 
much obliged if any Member of the Families recorded in these pages v:ill kindly notify 
to him, under cover to his Publisher, Mr. Hardwicke, 192 Piccadilly^ the points in 
which any omission or erroneous statement may be detected, in order that such defects 
may be remedied in all future editions of this book. 

The mark + denotes that the Family to whose name it is prefixed have failed to 
supply the Editor with full and satisfactory information. 

The asterisk (*) denotes the probable line of succession to a title, or else to 
entailed or settled estates. 

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ABBREVIATIONS. 



b. — Born. 

B.A. — Bachelor of Arts. 
B.C.L.— Bachelor of Civil Laws. 

B. D.— Bachelor of Divinity. 

C. B. — Companion of Iho Bath. 
C.C.C.— Corpus Christi College. 

C.M.G.— Companion of St. Michael and St. 

Georgo (of the Ionian Island-.). 
Ch. Cli. — Christ Church, 
co. — County. 
Coll.— College. 

C. S. — Ciyjl Service. 
d.— Died. 

Dnu. — Daughter. 

D. C.L.'T-Doctor of Civil Laws. 

D.L. or Dep. -Lieut. — Deputy-Lieutenant. 

d. n. p.- Died without issue. 

LLCS.- K.ist [nQitt Company's Scrvico. 

F.A.S.— Fellow pf tin. Anidtic Siieii tv. 

P.O. U.S.— 1'i'iloM of ili" Gerienlogieftl taA 

Historical S.n icty. 
F.G.S.-- FcllOW of the fjeologicftl or (Jen- 

graphical Society, 
F.S.A.- -Follow of the Soei.ty of AjltiqUlirii «. 
Q.C.B, (iriiml Cross of tlic Until, 

Cl .C.I I. Grand Pfotw oi tin ltnn<r\'crinn < r. 
Hrit Vrnn,' Heir presumptive. 
Hon. II' "i .n r ii ic 

J. P. -Jti' ti if thi> 1 nice or Miitfistr»t*i 



J. P. and I).L. — Justice of the Peace and 

Deputy-Lieutenant. 
K.C.B. — Knight Commander of the Bath. 
K.C.II. — Knight Commander of Hanover. 
K. C.S.I. — Knight Commander of the Star of 

India. 

K.G. — Knight of the Garter. 

K.IL- Kllight of Hanover. 

K.L.S.- Knight of the Lion and Sun. 

K.M.- Kiiiplii of Malta. 

KM'. Knirht ,,| M. P.iti-iek. 

K.T.- Knight ..f the Thistle. 
K T ft IClliglll of the Tjwcr ami Sword. 
LI. 1). doctor hi Laws. 
hi. -Married. 
I M.A. Muster of Arte, 

MP. .M.ml er of Parliament, 

PC Privy Councillor. 

Q.C. (Jin ( it's Counsel, 

U.A. Uoyal Artillery or Royal Academy. 

U.I.. Royal Engineers. 

1! U. Uoyal HiglineM. 

R II. A. itov.il Horifl Artillery. 

H.M. [toy d Marines, 

H.N. li'.yal N.ivy. 

Ill, Hon. Right itommtnl.le. 

». - Succei d' d (t.. n title or ostnto). 
V.C. — Victoria Cr.ns. 



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THE QUEEN. 

1 LEXAXDEIXA VICTORIA, of the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain and Ireland, and of the Colonies and 
Dependencies thereof in Europe, Asia, Africa, America, and 
Australasia, Queen, Defender of the Faith. 

Her Majesty is the only child of the late Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (4th 
son of King George III.), who died January 23rd, 1820, by the Princess Victoria 
Mary Louisa, 4th dau. of Francis Frederick Anthony, late rcipninp; Duke of Saxc 
Coburg-Snalfeld, sister of His Majesty Leopold L, King of the Belgians, and 
widow of Emieh Charles, reigning Prince of Leiningcn (she died March 16th, 
1861). Her Majesty was born at Kensington Palace, May 24th, 1819 ; succeeded 
to the Throne on the death of her uncle, King William the Fourth, June 20tb, 
1h;>7; married February 10th, 1840, to II. R. II. Prince Francis Albert Augustus 
Charles Emanuel, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Coburg and Gothn. (2nd sou of 
Ernest Frederick Anthony Charles Louis, late reigning Duke of Save Coburg and 
Got ha), and by him, who died December 1 tth, 1861, Her Majesty has issue. 

l. VICTORIA ADELAIDE MARIA LOUISA, Princess Royal, h. Notewbor 21st. 1810; 
m. at the Chapel Royal, St. Jump's Pttlace, January 36th, IS.'iS, l*ro<lfri,k William 
Nicholas Charles, Crown Prinrp of Prussia, R.O. (6. October IRth, 1 83 1 >. Thrir Rovnl 
Highnesses have issue, 

i. PMNCB FREDERtCK WILLIAM victor ALBERT, ft, January 87th, Wilt, 

•2. PIUNCGM VICTORIA EMBABBTII MOUSTA ut \ri.otte. f-. July Mth, 1MD, 

3. PRINCH ALtlRRT WILLIAM HENRY, b, kugust 14UI, IWH, 

♦. r/ilXi K FKAXCfA CRSOBRK >VGl&UVS'l>, K Bent, 1MB, IM4 ; June isth. .... 

ft. PRINCIISS PniEDl RIKA Wtt.HTXMlXA VMELIB VICTORIA, t. April I •.•Hi. I MM 

'i. PRINCE Joachim FREDERICK ERNBHT wvt.niM ah. ft, Feb, loth, IMS, 



XVI 



THE QUEEN AND THE ROYAL FAMILY. 



2. ALBERT EDWARD. PR INCE OF WALES, and Duke of Cornwall, &c. (see p. 232), 

b. at Buckingham Palace, November 9th, 1841; m. at Windsor, March 10th, 1863, the 
Princess Alexandra Caroline Mary Charlotte Louisa Julia, eldest dau. of Christian IX., 
King of Denmark, and has issue, 

1. PRINT!: ALBERT VICTOR CHRISTIAN EDWARD, Duke of Cornwall, b. January 6th, 1864. 
1. PRINCE GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST ALBERT, b. June 3rd. 186$. 

3. PRINCE?? LOUISE VICTORIA ALEXANDRA DAGMAR, 6. Feb. 20th, 1867. 

4. A PRINCESS, 6. July 6th, 1MB. 

3. PRINCESS -ALICE MAUD MARY. b. April 25th, 1813'; m. July 1st, 1862, H.R.H. 

Prince Louis of Hesse, K.G., and has issue, 

1. PRINCESS VICTORIA ALBERTA ELIZABETH MATILDA MARY, 6. April 5th, 1863. 

2. PRINCESS ELIZABETH ALEXANDRINE LOUISE ALICE, b. Nov. 1st, 1864. 

3. PRINCESS IRENE MARIE LOUISE ANNA, b. July 1 1th, 1866. 

4. PRINCE ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, Dtike of Edinburgh, &c. (see p.' 315). 

5. PRINCESS HELENA AUGUSTA VICTORIA, b. May 25th, 1816; m. July 5th, 1866, 

H.R.H. Prince Christian of SeMeswig-Holstein-Sonderbourg-AugusteixIjourg, and has 
issue, 

1. PRINCE CHRISTIAN VICTOR ALBERT LUDWIG ERNEST ANTON, b. April 14ch, 1S67. 

6. PRINCESS LOUISA CAROLINE ALBERTA, b. March 18th, 1848. 

7. PRINCE ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, Prince of the United Kingdom 

of Great Britain and Ireland, Dtlko of Saxony, and Prince of Coburg and Gotha, K.G., 
Lieut. R.E., b. May 1st, 1850. 

8. PRINCE LEOPOLD GEORGE DUNCAN ALBERT, Prince of the United Kingdom 

of Great, Britain and Ireland, Ihiko of Saxony, and Prince, of Coburg and Gotha, 
b. April 7th, 1853. 

9. PRINCESS BEATRICE MA K Y VICTORIA 1-T.ODORE. b. April 14th. 1857. 

Residences.- ^Windsor Castle, Berks ; Osborne House, ne ar East Co-vves, Isle 
of Wight ; Balmoral, nenr Aberdeen, N.B. ; Buckingham Falaoe, ami 
St. James's Palace, S.W. 



THE 

COUNTY FAMILIES of the UNITED KINGDOM. 



(Names received too late for classification will be found in the SUPPLEMENT.) 



ABADAM, Edyvatid, Esq., of Middleton Hall,! 
Carmarthen sltire. 

Kldest son of the late Edward Hamlin Adams, Esq., of | 
Middleton Hall (who was SI. P. fur co. Carmarthen : 
(1833-4* and High Sheriff 1832V by Amelia Sophia, I 
dull, of John M'Pherson, Esq., of Philadelphia, U.S.; 
ft. 1S09; s. 1812; m. lj&36 Louisa, dau. of John Taylor, 
Ksq., of York, and has, with other surviving issue, 

• Oonrade Maxwell AlacPherson Middleton, 6. lSli. 
Mr. AbadaTtl is a Magistrate for co. Carmarthen (High 
Sheriff 18.3o), and Lurd of the Manors of Gwynionydd- | 
I'wclicerdiii, Gwynionydd-Iscerdin, and Caerwedros, co. 
Cardigan; he has resumed t lie ancient orthography of i 
tlie family name, as lineal and direct male descendant, 
mi l representative of John, Lord AbAdam, of Beverston ] 
Castle, co. Gloucester, summoned to Parliament as a I 
Huron of the Realm in 12%.— Middleton H(dl, Llandilo. j 

A BB( )T. (Sec under Colchester, Lord.) 

ABBOTT, Sir Fkemkick, Knt, C.B. (cr. 1854). 

Third son of the late Henry If. Alexius Abbott* Esq., ! 
"t I. it tic Court, Herts ; b, 1805; m. 1835 Frances, dau. 
of Licilt.-Col, Cox, K.A. (and widow of Liellt.-Col. 
Hubert Pi- Burgh)- Educated at Addiscombe ; entered 
llt'iigal Engineers 1822; nerved in the Burtnrsr. war • 
1*01.0, in d in tin) first campaign against the Sikhs ; I 
h in received medals for A ra, Calm I, and Sobraon ; was 
Superintendent Engineer of the Nofrth> Western Pro- 
v tJiocH of I'lenaiil i s 1 1 -7 ; became a Major-General on 
retired li.t ls.'iS; was Governor of the Military College, 
Aildiscniiilir, 18"»7-Cl; appointed member of National 
IVfeiK'o Commission, member of Council of Military, 
Ivliientum 1SG2. — United Service Club, s.w. 

AIUIOTT. (Sco under l\,il,nhn, Lord.) 

UtltY, Sir William, Hart.,;!: of Choblmm Place, 

Surrey (cr. Mil ). 

Only fon of the late Sir 'William A My, Part., of Felix 
Hull, V.-*.-\, dipt. R.N., by Mary," dau. of .lames 
,; I Ion, K-q., or Moiue Plnpp, Herts; b. 1770; s us 

Jib I'.irt. 18113; ,„. l Ki»n Am, e. ,!.iii. <,f Richard, i-t 

M it |Uin Wellesley, K.G , divorced 1 8 1 (i (she »«, 2n«11v 
IHI«, I/irU Charles Ileatielerk. and d. 1 8 12 V Sir YYii- 
iu, who was edinviti d at Baton, ll a SluglltmU for 
Surrey.— ChMuun I'lnce, Clicrtsry,. Surrey. 

I I'n I nlitWt llicm; ilie<-ts were «t |hp«. 



ABDY, Sir Thomas Neville, Bart., of Albyus, 
Essex (cr. 1849). 
Only son of the late Anthony Abdy, Esq., Capt. R.N., 
hy Grace, dau. of the late Admiral Sir Thomas Rich ; 
ft. 1810; m. 1811 Harriet, dau. of the late Rowland 
Alston, Esq., M.P., formerly of Pishiobury, Hens. 
Educated at St. Johns Coll.. Cambridge (B.A. 1833); 
is in the Commission of the Peace for Essex, and i 'at roll 
of 1 living; was M.P. for Lyme Regis 1817-52. i-> 
descended through his grandmother from a common 
ancestor with Sir W. Abdy, Part (whom see). — Albyns, 
Romford, Emex ; AthentBum Club, s.w. ; GS, Inverness 
Terrace, w. 

Heir, his son 'William Neville, 6. 1314. 

A'BECKETT, Sir William, Knt. (cr. L852). 
Eldest son of the late William a Beckett, lisq.. and 
brother of the late Gilbert a Beckett, lisq.; b. 1S06 ; 
w. 1st 1832 Emily, dan. of K. Havl-v. Esq. islie i. 
1841); 2nd (at Melbourne) 1849 Matilda, dau. of E. 
Hay ley", Esq. Educated at Westminster ; called to the 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1S20; was Chief Justice and 
Judge of the Admiralty Court of Victoria 1852-7 : was 
previously Solicitor-General of .V South Wales, a Judge 
of the Court of that Colony, and Resident Judge at 
Port Philip. Author of t he " I'liiwrsal Biography," 
jfce, — Abbotei ille, I j'f t Xnrv oo f. sjj. j Oriented club.vt. 

AliERCOtOT, Marquis of (Jamf.3 Hamilton. 

k.c I'.c.).— Cr. irno. 

Eldest sow of James, VisCOUM Hamilton (who d. 1814), 
by Harriet, dan of the late Hon. John Douglas, and 
grandson of John James. 1st Marquis ! ft. 1811; s. as 
2nd M irquis 1818; m. 1832 Ladv Louisa Jane. dau. of 
John, fitli bitk* Of Bedford, KM. ' Educated at Ch. Ch.. 
Oxford; is Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rotulorura of co. 
Donegal, a iVp.-Lieui. for co. Tyrone, Colonel of the 

Donegal Militia, and a Governor of Harrow School; 
appoint el Lud-Ln uteii ant of In 'in. I I sr.o • was 
formerly OfMDlh "I Stulo tO H .15.11. the l.i'o Prince 
Consort. Patron Of 2 livings. — loirons l^ur/. .%",»/•- 
towii-Sti trort, co. It/rove ■ Duddin<f»tvnt ffottf*, l\tis'ev. 
fit >i Ire h * bin; X./l. j On H ton 01 M, s.w. ; Oketittfimd 
/Inns , Smith Ami'it; Stnef, W. 

Heir, lit" «nn lnme«. \ IsCnUTtl HrvmilMn b ISIS ; <v|n.-nte,l at 

Harrow nn.i Ch, Pfi . Oxford i D \. is<e>» : ti a M ipi-imi« 
for e.i. I loneOal, nnil n laonl ul tin liot'.bnnilrt to the 
PrtnOa Of W iilc* . cle, te,| M l", (er 00. 1>..|\ c»l I 

ABEUCIIOMDY, Lord (Obobqe Camtbcm. 

A.BBRCR0MCT), Cr, ISOl, 
Slilesl Ion of George, 3rd l/o>l bjrXmwM Peniwl, dan. 

of (lie lair Hon. J. Im II iv Porbes ^wlio was 11 ticoltith 



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ifndge of Session as Lord M«ditya); <!<. 1S^8 ; s. as 4th 
Lord 18">2; ni. IS 5.8 Lady Julia Janet Geonyiana, duut 
of flic '2nd Earl of Camperdown ; is a J. P. and D.L. for 
co. Stirling. R< presents a younger branch of the clan 
Abercromby. This Peerage was originally conferred 
on the widow of the gallant Gpiut.i1 Sir Ralph Abcr- 
croinby, who fell in Egypt' — TuTlibodg, Alloa, CMtekr 
mavinaiisJtire ; Ferntovier, Crieff, Perthshire; Airthri'c 
Castle, Stirling, K,B. 

Heir Pres., his brother John, Lieut. Itifle Brigade, b. 1S41. 

ABERCROMBY, Dowager Lady. 

Louisa Pcnuel, dau. of the Hon. John Hay Forbes, 
Lord Medw-yii (a Scottish Judge of Session, by Louisa, 
dau. of Sir Alexander Cuniming-Gordoiij Bart., of 
Altyre and Gordonstown) ; m. 1NIJ2 George Ralph, 3rd 
Ixml Abercromby, who d. 1852. — 21, Chapel Street, 
Bdgravc Square, s.w. 

ABERCROMBY, Sir George Samuel, Bart., of 
Birkenbog and Forglen, Banffshire (cr. 
1636). 

Eldest son of the late Sir T!nl>ert Abercromby, Bart., 
of Birkenbog and Forglen, byElisibeth Stevenson, dau. | 
of Samuel Douglas, Esq., of Nethei;la\v, N.B. ; b. 182-1 ; \ 
s. as 6th Burt." 1855; m. 1849 the Hon. Agnes Geor- j 
giana, 2nd dau. of John, 3rd Lord Kilnviine. Edu- j 
eated at Trinity Coll. Cambridge (ALA. 1840) ; is a 
J.P. and D.L. for cos. Banff and Kirkcudbright, and 
Chief of the clan of Abercromby, of which Lords 
Abercromby and Dunfermline are members. — Forglen 
House, Turriff, fturiffshire. ; Fermnij, co. Cork; Carlton 
Club, s.w. ; 5, Port /will Square, vr. 

Heir, his son Robert John, 0. ls'.n ; educated at Eton. 

ABERCROMBY. (See under Dunfermline, Lord.) 

ABERCROMBY of Glassaugk 

(Sec Duff of Glassaugh and Fctteresso.") 

ABERDEEN, Earl of (Geokge Hamilton-Gor- 
don). — Cr. 1682. 

Eldest sou of George John James, ,'ifli Earl, by Lady : 
Mary, dau. of the lute George Baillic, Es |„ of .L rvis-j 
wood, and sister of George. lOlli Karl of Haddington ; 6; | 
1811 ; «. 1801. Educated at St. Andrew's University ; sits I 
iu the House of Lords US Visct Gordon, U.K. (ct.ISI I); 
is J/ord of the Barony of Haddo, and Cnpt. '-'3rd Abcr- 
denshire Lilies. George Hamilton, ith Karl, was 
Formerly Minister at Vienna ; Secretary of State for 
Foreign A flairs 1828-30 find 1811 -6; for the Colonies 
183 1-5; and First Lord ol the Treasurj 1S5J •">. 
TIiim family is descended from n common anci stor with 
the Marquis of Hnntly.— J/rtfWo House, Aberd - «, A.//. , | 
Junior Curl ton (tub, .s.w. 

Heir Pres., iiis brother John Campbell, isi7. 
ABERDOtl R, Lord. (See under U, rton, F,,rl of.) 



ABINGDON, Earl of (Mostagu Bertie).— Cr. 
1682. 

Eldest son of Montagu, 5th Earl, by Einilv, dau. of the 
late General Hon. Thomas Gage ;* bl 180*8 ; *. 1854; 
in. 1S35 Elizabeth Lavinia. only dau. of the late George 
Granville Hareourt, Esq., of Nuneham Park, Oxon 
(she d. 18o8)i Educated at Eton and Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (M.A, 1829).; is Lord Lieut, and Custos 
Rotulorum of Berks. J.P. and L.L. for Oxon. Lord of 
the Manors of \Vytharii, &c, and HiL'h Steward of 
Abingdon and Oxford; was 31. P. for Oxfordshire 
1830-1 and 1832-52; for Abingdon 1852-54. Patron 
of 4 livings. — Wylham Abbey, Oxford; 18, Grosvoior 
Street, w. 

Heir, his son Montagu Arthur. Lord Korrev? ; educate! at 
Eton ; a J.P. and D.L. for Berks, a D.L. for Oxon. and 
Lieut. Queen's Own Oxfordshire Yeomanry; b. IsSfl : m. 
1S"iS Caroline Teresa, only fluid of Charles Tuwnetey, Esq., 
of Towncley. co. Lancaster ; ard lias, with other issue, 
* Montagu Charles Francis, b. 1S00. 

ABINGER, Lord (William Frederick Scar- 
lett). — Cr. .1835. 
Only son of Robert Campbell, 2nd Lord, by Sarah, dau. 
of the late George Smith, Esq., formerly Chief Justice 
of the Mauritius; b. 1820; S. 1801 ; m. 1803 Helen, 
2nd dau. of Capt. George Allan Magruder. Educated at 
Eton and Trinity Coll., Cambridge : is a Dep. -Lieut, for 
Surrey and co. Inverness, and Col. Scots Fusilier 
Guards. The 1st Lord was Chief Baron of the Exche- 
quer 1834-44. — Abingcr Hall, Barking, Surrey; Inrer- 
lochi/ Castle, Kingussie, Inrrrnrss-sltire ; Guards' Cub, 
s.w. ; 48, Chester Square, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his uncle, Sir James Yorke Scarlett, K.C.D. 
(whom see). 

ABINGER, Dowacror Lady. 

Elizabeth, dan. of the late Lee Steere Steere, Esq.. of 
Jayes, Surrey; in. 1st the Lev. II. J. Ridley, of Ockley, 
Surrey; 2nd 1843 (as his 2nd wife) James, 1st Lord 
Abinger, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, who (/. 1814. 
— West Cliff House, Brighton; 30, Queen's Gate Tie- 
race, w. 

AENEY, Mrs., of Mesisham Hall, Derbyshire. 

Helen Joan Sinclair, eldest dau. of the late James 
Buchanan, Esq t) of Craigerid Castle, co. Dumbarton, by 
Lady Janet, daw. of .lames. 12th Earl of Caithness; 
«/. 182K William Wottou Ahncy. Esq., of Mcasham 
Hall, J.P. and 1> L., who died without survivim; issue 
1SO0. The family of Abmy were seated at Aoiicy-in- 
the-Peil, about the- time of the Conquest. — Mm'shum 
Hall, As/il.g-dr.ln./.oneh. 

A BN K Y.TI A STINGS. 

(See Hustings, of U'i//rs.',>/ Par/,-.) 
ABOYNK, Karl of. (See under Umtity, Marquis p/.) 

At'llESON, Viscoont. (See under Uosf.r.l, For;,:/.) 



ABERGAVENNY, E...I of (the Rvv. William ACKER LEY. (Sec C*n »ftff%«e.) 
Nevill). — Cr. I < - 1 . 
Fourth rtnd youngest son of Henry, 2nd Karl (win > d, 
1813), by Man. dan. of 'he bite John Rol inson, i:-|.. 
of wvko House, Middlesex; b. 1702 ; «. hi- bn>tlnT«s 
4th ivirl 18i.'i. iii. is." i Caroline, rku. of the I 
Ralph Leeko, Ksq., ofXiongford Hull, co. Salop. I>lti> 
cat, dnt Magdnlon fJoll.,0itnilifidg<' (M.A IsUWV; i» in 
Holy Orders: was formerly Hector of Hirlitiff and \ icnr 

of Frallt, Kent. I'-il mil of 1 8 living" lr,.l -, , 
Tu,.bri,lgi Wills; Jlirling Manor, .!/.• , \ . ■ ,r. A, ,( 

Cittllon CM, •> * , /is, iWffilnd Wnfr, « . 



Ihir. hi- mm William, \ W\. Ne> III : film ,\t.'l nt I o n ; I i!i> 

• '.ipt. w. Kiki v iiuih : fiirtU'rtj i \f|it. :\ \ I. in 

(ltlrtrtl* | ''. Is.'ii ; |». |s|s (:,r .|||„ (hi ,| tut £, \, |>, 
••eh ||, Ili.l1,, ■in I III., Mill, .'ll. r I -He ,• II. V'll.ll.l 

Wllllkui Durn liy.t, is i. 



-f \< KERS. AiiRAnAW, Esq., of Btokefttitw 
I lull, I,:in,:is|iin<. 
S.-n of the late A Aekers. l«q. ; 1800; is IMrried 
and h is issue, 

• (hurl.. Peter, V IRflO; m. 1SflO Mnrr. vounpn--t .lao of 
ThofniH Clever, I' -v. of Pnrli RoMt.CMrtr) . to. I.nncn«trr. 

— I: ■ /., rafale Unit, i.rar tt'igtin, CtfMMfer, 

ACKERS. QconriG Itnr.LAND, Es.j , of Ot, 
Motvton Hall, Cheshire. 

Only »on of I ho late C.or-e A. k> rs. Bm| . of Ot. 
.M r. ion II ,11. by Hurriutl 1>. |i, dau of H Hutton. 
r.M| , of 1 .in. ..In (she M, 2nd the l.ito Col Willi mi F. 
r.*-!!. M IV, of Ninttos, co, C.mlipm); I 181 9 J 



Xi.cn. j 



.v. IS 3G ; m. 1S3S Harriott Susan, 2nd dau. of II. W. I 
Mutton. Esq., of Beverley, and has, with other issue, 

• Gcorgiana Harriott, m. 1S">S Sir C. \Y. Shakcrley, Bart, 
(whom see). 

Mr. Ackers, ■who was educated at Eton and Ch.. Ch.. 
Oxford, served in tlie Royal Horse Guards Blue IS 3 2-7 ; 
and was High Sheriff of co. Chester 1852 : Commodore 
of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club 1850-62; he was 
formerly Lieut. -Col. Queen's Own lioyal Yeomanry 
4 (Staffordshire). — Gt.JSforttpn Hid!, Cong'cton, Cheshire; 

Arthur's and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; 15, Hyde Park Ter- 
race, w. 

ACKERS, James, Esq., of Prinknasli Park, 
Gloucestershire. 
Son of the late James Aekei's, Esq., of LarkhTll, near 
Manchester (High Sheriff of eo. Lancaster in 18|)0, and 
Col. of the Manchester and Salford Volunteers); 6. 
1811 ; m. 1833 Mary, youngest dau. of the late Ben- 
jamin Williams, Esq., of Bowdon Lodge, co. Chester 
(~he d. 1818), and has surviving issue, 

* Benjamin St. John, b. 1839; nu 1SG1 Louisa Maria Jane, 
eldest dau. of Charles Brooke Hunt, Esq., of Eowden Hall, 
co. Gloucester. 

Mr. Ackors, who was educated at Marlborough and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 1836, M.L. lsfil), is 
a Magistrate for Co. Hereford, and Lord of the Manor 
of Prinknasli ; he was M.P. for Ludlow 1811-7. This 
family were formerly resident in Lancashire, and more 
recently in Shropshire ; and Air. Ackers purchased 1 he 
estate of Prinknasli in 1817. — Prwfcnash Park, Pahis- 
wiclc, Gloucestershire ; Carlton, and Oxford and Cam- 
bridge Clubs, s.w. 

+ ACKLAND, Robert Dudley, Esq., of Bouls- 
ton House, Pembrokeshire. 
Son of the late Robert James Ackbind, Esq., of Boulston j 
House; b. 1820; vi. 1815 Elizabeth, dau. of John P. j 
A. IJoyd-Philipps, Esq. Educated at Eton ; is a 
Magistrate for co. Pembroke. — Boidston House, Haver- 
fordwest. 

ACLAND, Sir Thomas Dyke, Bart., of Kil- 
lerton, Devon (cr. LG44). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Thomas Dyke Aclaud, Bart., 
of Killerton, by Henrietta Anne, only dau. of the late 
Sir R. Hoare, Bart. ; b. 1787; 8. as loth Bart. 179-1; I 
1808 Lydia Elizabeth, dau. of the late lb-nrvj 
Hoare, Esq. (she d. I860), Educated at Harrow anil 
<'li. Oh., Oxford (B.A, 1808, M.A. 1814 ; created D.C..L. 
1931); is a. .1 I'. and D.L. tor Devon ; Lord of the 
M inor of Killerton, ore. and Patron of 7 livings; was 
M P. for Devon 1818-31, for N. Devon 1837r07. This 
fainilj has been seated in Devonshire since .the middle 
"•' "ii' Villi century; tile lies I Pari, was a KcaloUS 
adherent of Charles I — Killerton, K.ntir; 11..' ,ti<\,te, 

Man /i<ad, Somerset / AthnttBtnn, University, nnd Tra-\ 
irlicts' (.'tubs, s.w. ; 85, Jermgn Street, s.w. 

iMr, hN -mi Tbomnn 7>\ !<'•. <>f Dronrli lj ^t. Devon, m. \ . nnd 

lute jvilmv of All Nimls Coll., Oxford; n Magistrate fur i 
Devon and Somerset, M.1V fur N. Duvon, mid formerly 
M.i\ for \V. Somerset ; I MINI; in. 1st 1 (-< 1 1 Man. dan. of 
Hi" lute sir 0, Moruiunit. Hurl (Kho i* F8A1) ; inri, iHSd 
Mary, dim. of tin- lute ,)i»nn Kr«k ln< . Ksq ,nnil h bj the 
former, with other is-tie, *l)Uafl<N Thomm, t>. Is I.'. 

ACLAXD, Sir Pbbrgrinj! Pai.mbh PULLER. 
PAT' ,-t., of Puirfielil, Somcrsel 

(cr, I Mis), 

iTbsi sm, of the late Sir John Palmer Aclnml, Rnrt., 
' ' I'lliplleUt, bv hit 1st Mil',- Kh/ab. th. dau ol thfl laic 
•'ohn [Itno Vnllvr, E«q. ( of Hour-hill, Humps i /-. 1780; 
'-, IHH1 ; iii. iHi.-, Lfiinny, dnn, of William Ondcf, 

1 I • "f I'uliiev, Surrey (she d 181 I), Mid Ini- an only 

nan., 

!«iv!rlln ITnrrlpt. m< sir Mexnndoi n. P Bood, Burl 

l > hum we). 



Sir Peregrine, who assumed the additional nam. s ,,| 
Puller and Palmer by royal licence in 1834. is a J I' 
and I>.L. for Somerset, and Patron of 1 living, lie 
represents a younger branch of tho family of Sir T. j> 
Acland. Bart., of Killerton. — Fairfield, liridgt <-ater, 
Sonii rsct, 

ACLAND, Lawfop.d, Esq., of Langdown Lawn, 
Hampshire. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Gideon Acland, Esq., 
of Cambervvell, by Maria, dau. of Samuel Lawfonl, 
Esq, of Peekham, Surrey: b. 1811 ; „i. 1850 Rol ii i 
Jemima, dau. of the lafe Major Roderick Maclean, 3rd 
Kegt., and has, with other issue, 

* Lawford Maclean, b. 1852. 

Mr. Acland, who is a Justice of the Peace for Bombay, 
was formerly in the H.E.I.C.'s Maritime Service, and 
afterwards-Solicitor to t he Bombay Government. — Lang- 
down Lawn, Hythc, Southampton ; Ori ntal Club, w. 

ACOUBT-HOLMES. (See under faytcsbury, Lord.) 

A'COl T PT-REPIXGTOX, Chakles Hexey 
Windham Ashe, Esq., of Amington Hall, 
Staffordshire. 

Only son of the late Lieut.-Gen. Charles Ashe A"Coiirt- 
Repiugton, C.B., of Amington (who assumed the ad- 
ditional name of Bepington on succeeding to the estate 
of Amington in 1855), by Mary Elizabeth Catharine, 
only dau. of Abraham Gibbs, Esq . and nephew of 
William, 1st Lord Heytesbiiry, G.o.B. ; 6. 1819; s. 
1861 ; m. 18-51 Emily, eldest dau. of lb nry W. Currie, 
Esq., of West Horseley, Surrey, and lias issue. Mr. 
A'Conrt-Repington, who was educated at Eton and m. 
John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1841, HA, 1818), is 
Lord of the Manor of Amington; was M.P. for Wilton 
18.Vi-5; appointed a Special Commissioner of Income- 
Tax in Ireland 1855.— ^Amington Ha'l, Tamtvorth, 
Staffordshire ; Travellers' Club, s.W. 

ACTON, Sir John Emeeich Edward DALnrjno, 
Bart., of Aldenham Park, Shropshire (cr. 
Kill). 

Only sou of the late Sir Ferdinand Pi. hard Edward 
Acton, Bart., of Aldenham. by Marie Louise, only d m. 
and heir of Emcrie Joseph, Puke of Dnlherg (who m. 
'iml in I 81D Granville George. 2nd Karl Gran villi-. K G., 
and d. 1800); &. 1 h:*4 ; .-t. as Bill Bin. 18o7; m IfWii 
Marie, oldest dau. of Count ArcO Valley, of Munich. 
Educated at St. Mary's Coll., OscOM : is a'.I.P. and I' I . 
for eo. Salop; nml is Patron of 1 living; was M.P. fi r 
Carlow l s.")!i .(i, r >, when be was elected for lirUlgnortli, 
but unsealed on pel u ion 1 800. Tliis family were seated 
:it Acton I'lurncl, eo. Salop, temp. Edward III. AMri - 

hoiti Pink, iiridgttort/t, Sftnpshirtj lirooJcts nnd 

Athniaum Cults, s.w. 

IMr Pre.:, ItitOOUltfD Itichard. I. 1822. 

ACTON, Edward Fakrer, Esq., of Qataoro Park, 
SkrousliirOa 

Eld.st sou of tb< late Ekltmnl Acton Acton, Em., of 
Qataero, by l-'ranee.-* Klimbetli) Jan. of Hifl Kev. 1» O. 
Hpurgenn! />. ISO'S; .«. ls.'i. m, in:»2 Mux Amir, 
ycmnne-t dm. of tlo- Rev. Horace SuekHnp, liivtor of 
Harsliani, Hllflblif : and lias, with othl r innp, 

• iMwiini WdlliWi PrnAcrtek, lnt-- r»vt. rr.ih Pbm : law ; 
m, is ..', iii ien Maria, dmi. of w. r. itmuiov, l. -i .ef m. 

Jotin!ti N. llruiiswli k, mi l Iim i-s»c. 
Mr. Act(M, whi WM edtlCfttcd at Trinity Hall. < '.im- 
briilri- i II. P I. i« a .1.1*. nnd [XL. {hr Salop 

and St.iMmil. a Major in the Shrop«liire Milili.i. Pntti.n 
of 1 li\in-/. and is dcMMldvd fhiin llie ind MM ol Sir 

Bd\rnrd Acton. l»t llnit,,of AldvnhtHn, wlio nub-1 ol 
Oalaere Park tt.up, Clmrle« II. (i,itacrc I'.irk, I'r.dff 
north, Sbntpshire ; Ihfonl unit Qu m trirtgt Gtnn\ B.W, 



Act] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



ACTOX, Thomas, Esq., of West Aston, co. 
Wicklow. 

Eldest son of the kite Col. Win, Acton, of West Aston, 
(who wus M.P. for oo. Wicklow 18-H-S, and High 
Sheriff of that eo. in 1820), by Caroline, dau. of Thomas 
Walker, Esq., Mister in Chancery, Ireland ; b, 1S20: s. 
1S61. Is a Magistrate for eo. Wicklow. — West Aston, 
near Kathdvum, co. Wicklow. 

Heir Pret..his brother 'William Moleswortn Co'e, late Capt. 
77th Foot ; Recrnit.ng Officer at Manche-ter ; 6. 183C ; in. 
1 SOI Elizabeth France.-, only child of the late Capt. F. A. 
Robinson, 5th Foot. 

ACTON, WiLLtAM, Esq., of Fernacres, Bucks. 
Second son of the Rev. Edward Henley Acton, of Shil- 
lingstone, Dorset; b. 1814; m. 1852 Sarah, dau. of A. 
Tabberer, Esq., of Derbyshire, and has, with other 
issue, 

• William, 6. 18S3. 
Mr. Acton, who is a Consulting Surgeon, practising in 
London, purchased Fernacres from \V. Pennington, Esq., | 
in 1803; and descends from Richard do Acton, of I 
Haslebury Bryant, Dorset, temp. Edward III. — Fearn-\ 
acres, Falmcr, Slough, Bucks ; 17, Queen Anne Street, w.. 

ACTON, William Joseph, Esq., of Wolverton , 
Hall, Worcestershire. 
Only son of the late. William Acton, Esq., of Wolver- 
ton Hall, by Anne Constant ia. dau. of — Danes, Esq. ; i 
b. 1803; *. 1814; m. 1833 Mary, widow of William! 
Trafford, Esq., and has, with other issne, 

• William Robert, ft. 1885; TO. 1861 Sfiriin, el. lest dan. of! 
Robert Hand, Esq., of Field House, Alnwick, .Northumber- ! 
land. 

Mr. Acton, who was educated at St, Mary's Coll., Oscott, 
is a Magistrate for co. Worcester. This family is of ] 
Saxon origin, and seated in Worcestershire before the 
Norman Conquest. — Wolverton Hall, Stoulton, I'crsfa re. 

ACTON, Mrs. STACKIIOUSE-, of Acton 
Soott, Shropshire. 
Frances, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Andrew Knight, 
Esq., F.R.S., of Dowuton Castle, co. Ileicford, by 
Frances, dau. of Humphrey Felton, Esq., of Woodhall, 
co. Salop; m. 1812 Thomas Pendaryes Staoliliou.se- 
Acton, Esq., of Acton Scott, who d. without surviving 
issue 1835. Is Patron of the living of Acton Scott. 
This family has been settled at Acton Scott from a date 
previous to the reign of Henry III. — Acton Sutt, near 
Church Stre/lon, Salop. 

fit'ir Pt'ft., X her (frandnt phOW, AtlffuStUS Wood, T (, f-nri of 
John Wood, K-u.. and Mary, niece of Mr. StuokllOUEC- 
Acton) ; ft. 1RIJ ; U a .Ma ;i.-.trate for Somerset. 

ACWORTII, Nathaxif.l Brixdlev, Esq., of Tho 
Hook, Herts. 

Third son of the Into William Aeworth. Esq. J b. 1803$ 
m. lKKi Anna Diana, chill, of (he Very Rev. Fl'iiucis 
ClosO, D.D., Dean of Carlisle, and ha-, with other 
issue, 

• Francis William, ft. im:. 
Mr. Aeworth, w ho was called to the Chancery Bur 1814, 
and was formerly Registrar of tin- Supreme Coill'l at 
Madras, is a Magistrate for liovts and Middlesex, "a 1 
the Liberty Of SI Allan's. J. his family WHS formerly 
settled ill Yorkshire. — I'hr Hunk, KorthaiV, Larmt, 
Herts } Oriental Club, w. 

ADAIR, Sir RnnBitT Shafto, Bart., of Eplixton 
Hall, Suffolk (or. IH08), 

I'ldest |I0B of the lute William \ - 1 ■ i i r. E»f| . of I li\t,,n 
Halt (who ,1 ISin, bV Camilla, dau. and lo ir r»f lllC 

late Robert shaito, IS»q,, of lteii«cii, Korihumb i I in I . 



j jPndff tt» ntll "f B. w. w. pnMi »rw«, I m . M.P ..f p, n<l mr.. 
Cornwall brolkn o( the lute Mr. feiou kuou*c*Aot< ■■• 



b. 1786; m. 1st 1810 Elizabeth Maria, dau. of the Rev. 
James Strode (she d. 1853) ; 2nd ISot Jane Ann, dau. 
of the Bev. Townley Clarkson, Vicar of Hinxton, co. 
Cambridge. Educated at Harrow ; is a Magistrate for 
Norfolk, and Lord of the Manor of Fliston ; was Hi:rh 
Sheriff of Suffolk 1846.— Ftixton Hall, Hnrleston, Suf- 
folk; Farm Lodge, Bally mina, co. Antrim; 20a, St. 
James's Square, 

Heir, his son Robert Alexander Shafto, J.P.and D.T.. for Suf- 
folk, Cel. E. Suffolk Artillery, and A.D.C. to the Queen, 
au.l formerly M.P. for Cambridge; b. 1SU: m. 1 S ;G Theo- 
dosia, eldest dau. of the late Gen. the Hon. P.obert Aleade. 

ADAIR, AxexAdee William, Esq.. of Hcath- 
erton Park, Somersetshire, and Colhays, 
Devon. 

Eldest son of the late Alexander Adair, Esq.. of Heather- 
ton Park (J.P. for Somerset, and High Sheriff in lS:i7), 
by Harriet Eliza, dau. of George Atkinson, Esq., of 
Lee, Kent ; 6. 1829; s. 1863; m. 1860 Caroline, dau. 
of J. (J. Turnbull, Esq.. late Accountant- General at 
Madras, and has, with other issue, 

* Gerald, ft. 1SC3. 
Mr. Adair, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch.. Ox- 
ford (B.A. 18.52. M.A. IS.16), is a Magistrate for Somer- 
set and Devon, and Major Commandant Devon Eifle 
Volunteers ; was formerly Lieul. and Capt. Coldstream 
Guards, and served in that regiment at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol. This family is a younger branch of 
that, of Sir Robert Shafto Adair, Bart.— Ib a'h rton 
Park, Taunton, Somerset ; Colhays, Bovcy Tracy, Dl von ; 
Guards' Club, s.w. 

ADAIR, Charles, Esq., of Loughanmore, co. 
Antrim. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Benjamin Adair, Esq.. 
of Loughanmore (who was J.P. and D.L. for co. An- 
trim, and High Sheriff 1801), by his Cousin, Amelia 
Sophia Leonora, dau. of the late Lieut. -Col. Benjamin 
Adair. R.M. ; b 1807; I860; was formerly Capt. 
3,'lrd Foot. This family is a younger branch of that of 
Sir R. S. Adair. Bart.. Capt. James Adair, of Kilhilt. 
eo. Wigtou, X.B.. being tin! first who settled at Lou- 
ghanmore, temp. James I. — lj>u<jhanmorc, 1'arkgate, co. 
Antrim. 

/An- Pres., his brother Henry. 6. 181". 

ADAIR, Glokge, Esq., of Bellegrove. Queen's 
Co. 

Eldc -t son of the late John Adair, E<q.. of Rath. 
Queen's co., by Rebecca rl of 0* orgc Maquav, Esq . 
I of Dublin; /,. «, isoo.. m 1HJ2 Elizabeth, dan. 

j of the late Very Kev. Thomas Trench, Dean of Kil- 
daro. and has is-ue, 

• John Oivirirc (of Tlallnfnlvile. Monredeivrnn. co. Kildare). 
» Miicl<trale for Cos. Tl|>por»rjf, Kitlnrc ntvl lv>npjral ; 
h. lvjl ; wi. is.;; Cornelia, dm', of Gen. W:iil«\vorth, ot 
QencMO, I'.S.. und widow of Col. Mitchie. U.S.A. 

Mr. Adair, who was educated at Rathmmrs and Trinity 
j Coll.. Dublin (B.A. 1803), is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Quern's Co. (High Sheriff 1822). This family tlWC 
1 their descent from Thomas FiirOemld, 0th Earl of; 
n.'Sinnnd.— Jhltriiroif, mar BaVjfhrittttS, Quon'r Co.. 
IMllffhinOrt Cottle, co. Ti^jwrtty ; Glanvragh, ex. 
lUiurfal. 

j ADAIR, Hcbh Edward, Esq., y\ V. 

Se ond son ff Sir U.S. Adair, Bart, (whom see) ; V 
1*8 1 ft { M, h s masitl, Harriet Camilla. cld««tdan. 

of the late Al.'xaml. r Adair. Esq., t»f IT. nthcrtou Park, 

N»nir-it Ivlucat.d M Harrow and St, Johtt'l Coll., 

OjtAird (B.A. is.-.n, M ,\. im.iv tolled the B«r n 
Lineoln'i Inn 1844; i» J.P. end D.L, for SuilMk ; baa 
been M P. for tpetrteh since 18 1 7. — ("fvie rntv a ' 
'/'••»"•""•»' ' ft.TT. ] 2, Vj-frr llyd. l\<rk Stir, t. 

llyd, IKltH 9f* t.\ * \\. 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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ADAM, William Patrick, Esq., of Blair Adam, i 
Kinross-shire. 
Elder son of the late Admiral Sir Charles Adam, 
K.C.B., of Blair Adam (many years 31. P. for cos. j 
Clackmannan and Kinross, and some time Governor of 
Greenwich Hospital), by Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
1'atruk Brydone, Esq.," F.R.S. ; b. 1823 ; m. 1856 ': 
Emily, eldest dau. of Gen. WyllilJ, C.B., and has, with , 
other issue, 

• Charles Elphinstone, b. 1S39. 
Mr. Adam, who was educated at Kugby and Trinit} - 1 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1846 ; , called to the Bar at the j 
InuiT Temple 1850, is a J.P. and D.E. for cos. Kinross : 
and Fife ; elected M.P. for cos. Clackmannan and Kinross ' 
1839; was a Lord of the Treasury 186.5-6. This] 
family have been seated at Blair Adam since the reion 
of Charles I. — Blair Adam, mar Kinross, JS'.B. ; 
Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 2, Eniiismore Place, s.w. 

ADAMS, Lady. 

Katherine, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Coker \ 
.Adams, Vicar of Anstey, by Mary, dau. of Johnson ! 
Pistor, Esq., of Bath; m. 1 S43 her cousin Major-Gen. I 
Henry Wm. Adams, C.B., of Anstey Hall, co. Warwick, 



who died of wounds received in the Crimea 18-54 ; was 
raised by royal warrant to the rank of the wife of a 
K.C.B., to which honour her husband was intended to 
have been raised in 1855. — Anstey, Coventry. 

ADAMS, Lady, of Temple Hill, Devon. 

Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of the .late Sir William 
Elford, Bart., M.P., of Plymouth (ext.); m. 1821 (as 
2nd wife) Gen. Sir George Pownnll Adams, K.C.H. 
(eldest son of the late Win. Adams, Esq., M.P., of 
Bowdon House, Ashprington, Devon), who d. 1856, 
leaving, with other issue, 

• George Dacres, in Holv Orders ; b. 18-J1 ; m. 18'.7 Elizabeth 
Agnes, eldest dau. of the lace liev. Charles T. Patrick, of 
Accleton, co. Salop. 

— Temple Hill, East Budleigh, near Exmouth, Devon. 

ADAMS, the Hon. Mrs., of Thorpe, Surrey. 
Mary Anne, 3rd dau. of the lale Hon. William Cockayne, 
of Kushton Hall, co. Northampton (who </. 1810, by 
Barbara, only surviving dan. and heiress of George 
Hill, Esq., of Rowell, Northampton, Serjt.-at-Law), 
and niece and co-heiress of Borlase, 6th and last Visct. 
Cullen (ext. 1810); m. 1811 Wm. Adams. Esq., LL.D., 
Advocate in Doctors' Commons, who died 1851, leaving, 
with other issue, 

• William Ce(K:iyne, in ITi.ly Orders; b, 1818 ; Ifl M.A. of 
L'.alliiil Coll., Oxford, and Hector of DuMiuer, llaut-<. 

Iliis family were formerly of Loveston and Pater- 
churliu, co. Pembroke. — Thorpe, Cktrtscjf, Surrey. 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN SAMUEL, Esq., of Shinan 
House, eo. Tyrone. 

I' Ideal son of the late (.'apt. Charles James Adam?. 
1!.N'., of Shinan House, who was J.P, anil High Sheriff 

of co. CaTun, by Anne Jane. dau. of William Foster, 
'••q- ; b. 1827; s. 185t ; m. I85u Ueorgitm, dan. of the 
I!ev. G. Iliekson, and lias issue, Is Magistrate for 
eo. Tyrene ; was formerly an ofllcrr in (ho 12th Foot. 
Kcprccents a younger branch of ' the family of Adams, 
oi Northlands (whom Bee).— Shinan llou.>\ vmr tshir- 

iOCK, Co. Tyrone. 

!!■•• Pi'u,, UU brother Chnrlca Jamo?, 4. tsio. 

ADAMS, Borlase Km t. Esq. 
!*■ >'<>M ton of 'trie late William Adam*. Esq,, T,I,.n.. 
f I borpe, Surrey, Advocate of Itottoia Coinmon . bj 
' •> Ib.n Miiry Anne. 4th dau. of tie- Ifoh, William 
1 • 'mwio. () f Ru(/liton Hall, co. Northampton, niece 

'' ; ' wlrcMOf Mtitlnse, fllh and last Visrt, Cullen; 

; \ s . 17 "'• H86 irnrrict Anne. dau. of the late John 
K«j., of 11. ivMeiis, ip, Wl ,h. »nd widow of 

III mm. !(,,.,., K-q. (oho d. 1H'U>. Educated at Win- 



chester and Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1800, M.A. 
1842); called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1841; ^ 
Magistrate for .Middlesex and Westminster. — Oxi'urd 
and Cambridge Club, s.yr. ; 55, Tpprington'§quare,xr.c. 

+ ADAMS, Charles Stuart, Esq., of Ashlield, 
eo. Cavan. 

Third son of the late Very Per. Samuel Adams, Dean 
of Cashel, by Prances, youngest dau. of Capt. John 
Hervey, of Killiane Castle, eo. Wexford; b. 1810; m. 
1850 Elizabeth, dau. of Charles MacMahon (she d. 
1800); is a Magistrate for cos. Cavan and Meath. 
— Ashjield, Kingscouri, co. Cavan. 

ADAI\IS, the Rev. Dacres, of Bowdon, Devon. 
Eldest surviving son of the late William Daerts Adams, 
Esq., of Bowdou (who was private secretary to the 
Bight Hon. W. Pitt, and a Commissioner of Woods and 
Forests), by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Mayow Wvnell 
Mayow, Esq, of Sydenham, Kent ; b, 1800; 1861 ; 
in. 1832 Anna Maria, dau. of Baldwin Fulford, Esq., of 
Fulford, Devon, and has, with other issue, 

« William Fulford. in Holy Orders; 6. 183.T ; m. 1839 Catherine 
Mary, only dau. of the late Thomas Horton, Esq., oi Eroms- 
grove, and has issue 2 daughters. 

Mr. Adams, who was educated at Westminster and 
Gh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1827, M.A. 1832), is a Magis- 
trate for Oxon. Lord of the Manor of Bowdon, and 
Vicar of Bamptou, Oxon. — Bamptun Vicarage, Witney, 
Oxon ; Bowdou House, Totues, Dtvon. 

ADAMS, Edward Biciiaeds, Esq., of Elmers, 
Kent. 

Eldest son of the late Edward Richards Adams. Els [., 
of Elmers, bv Ann, dau. of John Dunkin. Esq., of Pen- 
zance ; h. 1810; «. 1856; in. 1S40 Adelaide, dau. of 
Joseph Wood, Esq., of Manadon Park, Devon, and has, 
with other issue, 

• Edward Richards, 6. 1841. 

Mr. Adams, who was educated at Caius Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1832, M.A. 1830), and called to the Bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1830, is a Magistrate for Surrey, and 
Lord of the Manor of Charlton Adam, Somerset. — C!<ip- 
ham Lodge, Claiiham Common, s. ; EX liters, Bcckciihain. 
Bromley, Kent. 

ADAMS, George Curtis, Esq., of Anstey Hall, 
Warwickshire. 

Eldest, surviving son of the late Henry Cadwalladcr 
Adams, Esq., of Anstey Hall, by Emma, eldest d ut. of 
the late Sir William Curtis, Bart., M l'., of Cullens 

Grove, Southpue, Middle* v ; b. 180" ; t. Ins brother, 

Major-Gui. Henry William Adams. 1855; n. 1817 
Mary Susan, 2nd dan. of Edward Woolnur, Esq., of 
Exeter, and has, with other issue, 

• Henry Ciutwatliuler, 6. IS-V). 

Mr. Adams, who was educated at Rupby, is a Magis- 
trate fur eo. Warwick, and a Capt. H.N. retired. This 
family were formerly settled at East ttaddon, eo. Nor- 
thampton, in which county they still bold property, 
— Anstey Holt, Coventry If rtnticUskin, 

ADAMS, JOUN, Esq., of lTullvhmd, PYml.rokc- 
shire. 

Only son of the ln'o .lohn Adini«. F.«q., of HollyUml, 
by Sophia, dan. of the Into Veil. An-luO lotto II IcutnUrj 
b. 1/90 ;.♦. his cnmlf ( tli.r. 1833; m. 1 S .'8 Ar.nc, • ! !r«t 
<l:»»l. of llenrv GibhoUOi V ^1., of OsWVttry, CO. Salojs 
Bad by her, wlowc'. 1 I, huoj With other i««u», 

• John Alrxnndi r Phlllppli M>< ('upt. It. A., ». IMI< 

Mr Adams, who ism wtucatcd at BMotnon Coll., Ox- 
ford, is a MsprtstrntB for co. Pvmbrokf (High Sheriff 

1837). This lam 1 1 v m ■ re lbrtn< rlv Ol HacWsj<oul, and 
of P.iter, or Patrick CIlURQ, co. Pembrokp. when they 
have held l.neU slltUO the rnd of the I4tli century. 
— He-It yluid, FVmfo ke. 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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+ ADAMS, John, Esq., of Ballydevit, co. Lon- J 
doncleriy. 

Is a Magistrate for eo. Londonderry, of which he has j 
bfcn II igii Sheriff. — Bal/ydt vit, Batlyinoney, co. London- j 
derry. 

ADAMS, John Hkrvey, Esq., of Northlands,; 
co. Cavan. 

Eldest surviving son of the Iato Very Rev, Samuel 
Adams, of Northlands (some time Dean of Casliel), by j 
Frances, youngest dau. of Capt. John Herruy, ofl 
Kilane Castle, co. Wexford ; I. ISIS; s. 1S5G : In. 18-16 
Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Ambrose Going, Esq., of Bally- 
philip, co. Tipporary, and has, with other issue, 

* Samuel Allen, b. 1817. 
Mr. Adams, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. 1841), and called to the Irish liar in 1812, is 
a Magistrate for cos. Cavan and Monaghau (High 
Sheriff lS.il). This family are descended from the old 
Scottish house of Adam, and enjoy the freedom of 
Drogheda, for the services of their maternal ancestor, 
General Scuflpgh Williams. — Northlands, Carrickiiia- 
cross, co. Cavtin ; Loughl)Uwn, <o. MonagJuin, 

+ ADAMS, Joseph Harrison, Esq., of Chad- 
well Court, Shropshire, 
Son of the late Joseph Hollingworth Adams, Esq., Com- 
missary-General to the Forces, who 1861; is a! 
Magistrate for co. .Stafford. — Chadwell Court, Newport, 
Salop. 



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ADAMS, Richard Wallis Goold, 

Jamesbrook, co. Cork, 
Eldest son of the late Michael Goold Adams, Esq., of i 
Jamesbrookj by Martha, 2nd dau. of the late Simon] 
White, Esq., of Bnntry House, Cork, and sister of the I 
1st Earl of Bilntry; b. 1802; 1817; m. 1832 Mary 
Sarah, eldest dau. of the late Sir William Wrixon 
Beeehor, Bart., and has, with other issue, 

* William Kicharil, b. 1883i 
Mr. Adams, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin | 
(B.A. 1823), is a Magistral o for co. Cork.— .Jamesbrook j 
Hull, Cloync, co. Cork. 

ADAMS, Samuel Hamilton Goold, Esq., of 
Salisbury, co. Tipporary. 
Youngest son of the late Michael Goold Adam*. Esq., 
of Jamesbrook; co. fork (who </. 1817), by Martha, 
dau, of Richard White, Esq.; of 15.ii.trv. co. Cork; 
b. 1S1.">; 1st IStO Fanny, dan. of Col. I'liomaa Ber- 
nurd, of Castle Bernard, King's Co. i 2nd 1832 France.", 
dau. of the V.-ry Rov. Dr. l'c [Jurgh, Dean of Cloy no, 
ami has issue, by the former marriage, 

* Catherine Charlotte. 
Mr. Adams, who was educated at Trinity Coll.. Dublin, 
is a Magistrate for eo. Tipporary ; he was formerly 
Ensign loth Foot. — Salisbury^ Clonutcl, co. Tippirurg, 

ADA MS, Thomas, Esq., of ronton N '" M - 

Eldefl sou of tin' late Thomas Adams, Esq., of Siliblc 
Hcdiilghtini, Essex, by Catherine, dau. .>t William 



Smith. E 



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1830 un 



dau. of Sunvucl Oulleii, Esq., of Nottingham, and h 
with other issue, 

• Samuel, b. 161*1; m. IflUH Lotttra Love, dnn 

Thoinns 1'uuUhii, K«|., of IJ.irrmv-uii-Soar. co. 

\daniH ix ii Magistrate for Notts, and t'ati 



Mr. 

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ADAMS, Thomas Xravers, F-q , of iVhavn.. 
purriili, «••). Limerick. 

Klil, a s. .n nl' the Iato William Ad. nu«. Uw|., of Vim va< 
Ollfl'llll, by June, din. of Jollll TrilVlT*! Knq,, nf 
Coll., ''. ITOUi ISHi, »l. LH'JJ Hannah. Jnd d.lll. Of 
(.'apt I'lVmHi of Tippi lary ; n a Mllgi li ite fgf GUM 



Limerick, Cork, and Tipporary. This family is of 
Scottish descent. — JJiavagufrah, near Ballinlanders, co. 
Limerick. 

Jlitr Prt's:, hi? brother George Boyle, b. 1S09. 

-f ADAMS, Wallis, Esq.. of Kilbree, Co. Cork. 
Son of the late Lieut. -Col. Michael Adams, and Cousin 
of R. "W. Goold Adams, Esq. (whom scei; b. 1820; 
educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a magistrate for 
co. Cork. — Kilbree, Cloync, co. Cork. 

ADAMS, the Rev. William, of Throcking, 
Herts. 

Only son of the late WiMiam Adams, Esq., by Anne, 
dau. of James Daniel, Esq., of Colchester: b. 1SOG; 
ni. 1S3S Catherine Anna. dau. of William Sibley, Esq., 
of Wellingborough* co. Northampton (she d% s. p. 1834). 
Educated at Queen's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. lS2y. 
M.A. 1832) ; appointed 1811 Sector of Throcking, of 
which he is also Patron ; is a Magistrate for Herts, 
and Chairman of the lunch of Special and Petty 
.Sessions for the division of Buntingford ; descended 
from the Rev. Simon Adams, of Moiton Pinkney. and 
Rector of Ashton-le- Walls, co. Northampton, IG78 ; 
whose ancestor Simon Adams, Merchant and Vintner of 
Loudon, left a.d. 1118 property to the Vintners' Com- 
pany to found two chaplaincies and for other charitable 
purposes. The elder branch of his descendants are now 
settled at Anstey Hall. co. Warwick (whom see). 
— Throcking Recto, ;/, Butitirigfc/rdy Herts ; National and 
Junior Carl/on Chtbs, s.w. ; Cavendish Club, w. 

ADAMS, William Hexky, Esq., of Plas Llyssyri, 

Montgomeryshire. 
Eldest son of the late William Henry Adams. Esq. 
(who was a J.P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln. M.P. fur 
Boston, ami Chief Justice at Hong Kong, who d. 1863), 
by Anne, dau. of Thomas Walford. Esq.: b. 1834: 
/». 183C Susannah Rebecca, dau. of tho Rev. David 
James, Vicar of Llanvfliog, co. Montgomery, and has. 
with otlu r issue, 

• William Henry Tarr. b. I8S7. 

Mr. Adams is a Magistrate for co. Montgomery and 
('apt. Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry. — Pith 
L'ysxyn, C'amo, Montgomeryshire* 

ADAMS- KEILLY, Anthony Myi.es William. 

Esq,, F. K.C.S., id' Belmont, co. Westmcath, 

ami Roebuck, eo. Cavan. 
Only surviving sun of the Into William A.dams»Rcillv, 
Ksii. ..f Belmont and Km buck, by Francos Helen, dau. 
nf tb ■ Hi v. S. Auehinitty, of Uallvniutv, co. I/mpford ; b, 

ISto: .v. ISIS. Educated at Rugby and fcasenOSC 
Coll., Oxford; isaLieul. U. W.stmealh Rifles. Tin. 
family is a brunch of the ancient family ol O'luillv of 
I'laltiaMia (whom see). — Be/iiont, Mvllintj.ir. 

li.ic ('...«., his si.teri Mary (ill. IS — Knlkinor Minchhi. rS| . 

of Armagh) and Francos Caroliua (m. I (Mil the Uov. It. 
Dvnnot, of ChcvGley, whom sec). 

ADA.MSOX, Wii.i.ivm Ht .-nroN. Esq., of llush- 
ti»u Pm k, Sussex. 

I'hUwt 'on of (he Iato William Adamson, Hn., of 
Macclesfield, eo. ('Ii. -l.r. by Margaret, dan. of Jame- 
Stuart, of Kdinbnrirh ; b. 18'J.i ; Hi, I8M l'annv Con- 
stance, dau of James Deacon, fciaq., of MableJon. Kent, 
and has. with other issue, 
• ItuMltoii Wei.inT, b. IMS, 
Mr. Aduiufon, who wni educated at the Qrammar 

, v lio il, Maei li slield. is ii Magintrutr for Su^. \ « ,s 
bniuerly a Merchant in UiunN."«Af««AfM I'nik, li r.-t 
fin •!>, Sn "a .- i i:y i 'tuh, k,c. 

A DA 1{F, l,nr.l. (St* under Dtmratmi, Btrf ijf.) 
ADDAMSW 11.1,1 \MS. 

(No H'tfiittm* "/ /./iinyiWy.) 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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ADDER LEY, the KiqlitHon. Charles Bowyee, 

of Hams Hall, Warwickshire. 
Elder son of the late Charles Clement Adderley, Esq.. 
of Hams Hall, by Anna Maria, dau. of the late Sir E. 
Cradock-Hartopp, Bart., of Eivathby, eo. Leicester; 
/», 1811; si his great-uncle 1S2G; m. 1842 the Hon. 
Julia Anne Eliza, eldest dau. of Chandos, 1st Lord 
Leigh, and has, with other issue, 

» Charles Leigh, b. 1S-1G. 
Mr. Adderley, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is 
a J. P. and D.L. for ccs. "Warwick and '.Stafford, and 
• Capt. Warwickshire Yeomanry, and has been ALP. for 
N. .Staffordshire since 1811 ; was President of the Board 
of Health, and Vice-President of the Committee of 
Council on Education 1S.38-9; appointed Under See. 
for the Colonies 1 866. — Hams Hall, Minu-orth, Bir- 
mingham; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 3o, Eaton Place, s.w. 

ADDERLEY, Edmund James, Esq. 

Younger son of the late Charles Clement Adderley, 
Esq., of Hams Hall, co. Warwick, by Anna Maria, 
eldest dau. of Sir Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, Bart. ; 
b. 1816; r m. 1848 Marian Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the 
late Sir Joseph Edward Leeds, Bart., of Croxtou Park, 
co. Cambridge, and has issue, 

* Edmund William, b. 1S49, 
Mr. Adderley, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is a .LP. and L>.L. for co. Warwick. — Woodbine, 
Hyde, I. of Wight. 

ADDERLEY, fclie Rev. George William 
Bowyei;, of Eillongley Hall, Warwickshire. 
Youngest son of of the late Ralph Adderley, Esq., of 
Cotton Hall, co. Stafford, by Dorothy, dau. of Thomas 
Kynnersley, Esq., of Loxley l'ark, co. Stafford ; b. 
1787; M. 1823 Caroline, youngest, dau. of the late 
John Taylor, Esq., of Moseley Hall, Worcester ; is 
Lord of the Manor of Eillongley. — FiUonrjley Hall, 
Coventry. 

ADDERLEY, Ralph Thomas, Esq., of Barlas- 
ton and Coton Halls, Stallbrdsliire. 
Eldest son of the late iialph Adderley, Esq., of Coton 
Hall, co. Stafford, by Rosamond, dau. and co-heir of 
William Mills, Esq., of Barlaston Hall J b. Ib26 ; s. 
1851; m. 18f>!) Maria Catherine Wilhelmina, cuvu. of 
Peter Broughton. Esq., of Tunstal Hall. eo. Salop. 
Educated at Eton and GlV Ch., .Oxford,; is a .LP. and 
D.L. for eo. Stafford (High Sheriff 1866) ; wns fomni rly 
('apt. Staffordshire Yeomanry. —JJarlaxton Hall, Stone, 
Staffordshire J Coton Hall, I'lto.vi trr, 

Ihir Pm ., >iirt brilthi r Mylhs It. Uewyer, Lieut. Royal Horse I 
Guards ; b. 1838. 

ADDlNGTi >N, Havilano John, Esq,, of Lang- 
ford Court, SotriPt'tfefc. 
Elder son of the late Highl [Ion. John Hil. v Adding- 
fon, M.P. (who </. 1818). by Mnry, dan. of Hcnrj 
Unwin, Esq. , A. 1 787. Educated ul Trinity Coll .Oxford 
(MA. 1810, M.A. 1813); W »t Magistrate' tot Somerset. 
Kepi-, seiits a younger branch ot the family of Viscounl i 
Siclinouth. — Lanafi'fd Court, Urintol, 

IMr Vies., bin uvptuer tliu ltti-ti' [Jon, H"nrv Cnwlnj r>. 
171)0; »i. IS'lii Kleiinar Amip, eldest dun. m the lutn T. O. I 
liiiekiiall teinii'i , lUanj yeiin M l'. fot Oxford Utit* 
vowlty. I'liiirni.d at wini-iir ter (.'nil. | tntorail ilin 
Foreign OlUco 18U* ; win Hecrutury of LvMutlon at Duma 
i«ii-|m, at ('n|icnlinijt(;n, iHifl-ifi Clmrirc d'Affaiiva nl 
Wii-himiton Is.m.., ; llrlttfih Mnd-ter nt I'Mtikfnfl Is.'S.'i, 
nt Madrid 18:111 l l ; I lull r feerql uy of si ltd ruf l eivien 
AlVnr* IMIt-Rij »\vorn a Member ot the I'my Council 



ADDINC'I'ON. (Sou under s,d ,.,„./!■. I i 

L\'i.. of Tin- Fi iarv, West- 



ADDISON, HoDKKT, 
niorolanrl, 

Ejlli -t son ojt the late Thomas Addison. Emj., of King's ! 

"i ftlmhi, by Anne, dmi. of Kdwai' I liownnui, Esq., of 



Ashy; co. Westmoreland; b. 17UU; m. L835Emilv !!■ 
dau. of Capt. Dupont, of the French Nayv, an \ 
i>sue three daughters. Mr. Addison is a J. p. .,„.( \, j 
for Westmoreland (High Sheriff). — The k'riaru .,. i 
Meaburn, Appleby, Westmoreland. 

ADDISON, Thomas Batty, Esq., of Preston, 
Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late John Addison, Esq. (Barristi 
at-Law), by Ajjnes, dau. of Thomas Batty. Esq., ,. t 
Avenham House, Preston; b. 1787: s. 1&37. Educated 
at Charterhouse ; called to the Bar at the Inner Ti-miJc 
1808; is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, Chairman of 
tlie Lancashire Quarter Sessions, and Recorder ami 
Judge of the Borough Court of Preston. This fan 
is originally from Westmoreland, but has been settled 
in Preston since the earlier part of the 17th centnrv. 
— 23, Winclctty Square, Prc-iton, Lancashire; 29, Sussex 
Gardens, Hyde Park, w. 

Ihir Pres., his niece Anne Asne?, only child of bis lata 
brother John Addison. Esq., BVurister-at-Lnw, Recorder ot 
Clithero, Judge, of County Court.- for Kortli Lancashire 
(who d. 18.itf), m. 1S4-5 Major John If. lliotL Crofton. 

-f- ADDISON, William Bkook, Esq., of Man- 
ningliam, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Georcre Wilson Addison. Esq., by 
Mary, dau. of C. Brook, Esq., J. P., of Meltham. near 
Huddersfield ; b. 1812; s. 1861 ; is a Magistrate for the 
borough of Bradford, and a Manufacturer in that town. 
— Mamiiwffham, Bradford , Yorkshire. 

Heir Pres., his brother George, of Hoi toil Hons*-, near Brad- 
ford ; Capt. in the West Riding Hussars ; o. 181- ; ui. I>1- 
Mary, dau. of — Orr, Ksq., and has 

ADEANE, Hexky Jonx, Esq., of Babraham, 
Camhridoesliire. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late Henry Joint 
Adeane, Esq., of Babraham, .LP. and D.L. (who was 
M.P. for co. Cambridge 1830-2, and d. 1847), by his 
2nd wife Matilda, dau. of 1st Lord Staub v of Aldcrh v ; 
h. 1833; s. his brother 1853; m. 1860 Lady Elizabeth 
Philippa, eldest dau. of Charles, 4th Earl ot Hardwicke, 
and has, with otln r issue, 

* Henry, h. 1863. 

M^r. Adeane, who was educated at Harrow, i- J. P. and 

D.L. for co. Cambridge, Custos Rotnlotum of the Ll • 
of Ely, and Capt. Cambridgeshire Militia; formerly 
Lieut. 62nd Foot ; was M.P. lor Cambridgeshire 
1907-6>>< — Sabrahnm Hull, Camorulgcfhirc ; Arfh r'*, 
Brook j&. 8, and Hot. •ale a Lltib.t, s.w. ; 8, Scamorc ZViftT, w. 

ADi:V DaNITX GobDSON, Esq., of The Cell, 
Dels. 

Eldest sou of the late Daniel Ad. y, Esq . of 8c ;db - 
wood and Combe, co. Gloucester; 6, 178C; /.'. I82U 
Mary Anne. dau. of the latfl Kev. CtUrpc&U-r Qape, uf 
SUAlban's, ami has issue, 

• FriUlcig Willlntn, in Holy Onlerj. a Magistrate for BttU i» I 
Herts ; K Ifttl ; m. 18.18 Mnrv llrootte, fn4 dau. ot ThoniM 
Oliver, Bn).,ol Child tUo f.M I. Her-.-i. 

Mr. Adey, Who was educated lit Harrow, is a J. P. .m l 
l> L. for lb rt". and a M.igisl rate for HtsU. mid for the 
Libofty of St. ARmiiV, and wtm n|>poiBl«l « ('<• u 
Commissioner 1834 This family «• p* fbnm Hv eili 
of Calais; they eamc to l^nir'and in l)ue n M.ir\ s 
reign, and RHUftl uf Dodlltllgtnn, Kent, wiicn.v ilii^ 
brunch migtatnl into CHoUCCMCrchirc e:\riv in the ITlh 
century.— J he t'wV, M.n-ij.tt- Strut, t>HH*t*IJr. 

t- ADKY, Amm.nv. IN,,, ofTbt! Hall, W.mi-m- 
undcr-Ktli^o, t ilouccntcrsliirri 

C*n|y NUryivillll «oll of UlO IlltC IS'lltinm Moore A.b v. 

Esq.. .LP., of \VoUon-undcr-Etl|ra and Durslcv ^w 1 • 
1831), by Emma. lldU. of Col. \n > iin . ft. 1811 . « h - 

bnithar I8U7; in a D.L. for co. (ilouccsicr.— Z*» /■ ' '. 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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ADLAM, WiLLUMj Esq., of Chew Magna, 
Somerset. 

Only .son of the lete John Adlam, Esq., by Mary Ann, 
dau. of Jolin Moore, Esq:, of IJri --tol (a descendant of 
an old Somersetshire family) ; b. 1814 ; s. ! i : 858'; m. 1818 
Sophia Harfotd, only dau. of I'hilip Parker, Esq., of 
Chew Magna ; is a Magistrate for Somerset. — The Firs, 
Chac Magna, Bristol 1 . 

ADLIXGTOX, Hexky Smith, Esq., of Holme- 
Hale Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the lute Thomas Adlington,' Esq., of East 
Bradenham, Norfolk (who d. 18-13), by Mary, dan. of 
Peier Smith, Esq., of Walbridge, co. Gloucester; l>. 
1827; m. 185(3 Emma Jean, dau. of tho Rev. Charles 
Campbell, Vicar of Weascnham, Norfolk, ami has issue. 
Mr. Adlington, who was educated at Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Oxford, is a Magistrate for Norfolk, and Patron 
of East Bradenham, in that count}', and was formerly 
Capt. 4tli Light Dragoons, with which regiment he 
served in tho Crimea, 1851-G. Hohnc~Hale Hall, 
Shipdham, Norfolk; Army and Savy Club, s.W: 

ADNUTT, the Rev. Robert Thomas, of Cadeby, | 
Leicestersliivc. 
Eldest son of tho late Thomas Adnntt, M.A,, Rector of 
Croft, co. Leicester, by Margery Catherine, dau. of 
Robert Green, Esq., of Normanton, co. York; b. 18"2 ; 
s. 1826. Edue;ited at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge (B.A. j 
1824, M.A. 1828i; is a Magistrate for CO. Leicester,: 
and Lord of the Manor and Lector of Croft. — Cadeby,). 
Hinehli y. 

ADYE, Willett Lawrence, Esq., of Merly 
Honse, Dorset. 
Eldest son of the late Major James Pattispn Adye, R.A.. 
by Jane, dau. of the late T. Mortimer Kelson, Esq., of 
Sevenoaks ; h. 1818; m. 18.30 Elizabeth, younger dau. 
of tho late Robert Ross, Esq., of Cargenholm, co. Ji!iik- 
cudbright, and has, with other issue, 

• Henry Kalph Willett, b. 18:,7. 
Mr. Adye is a Magistrate for Dorset, and Lord of the ! 
Manors of Corfe Mullen and Corfu St. Nicholas, in that 
county. This family were formerly of Doddington. in 
Kent, and afterwards of St. Christopher's, \\\ Indies. 
— Mirly House, Wimborne, Dorset. 

AFFLECK, Sir Robert, Bart., of Dalliarn Hall. 
Suffolk (op. 1782). 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late Rev. Sir 
Robert Affleck, Bart,, of Dalham Hall i who d. is .1 \ by 

Ma CM, dau. of .Sir Elijah I no k v ; A. I Ml.) : .v. Ins brut 111 P 

as Glh Bart. I8.it; >„. 18(50 Maria Emily, eldest dau. 
of tho late Edmund Singer Burton, list] , "t Churchill 

House, CO. Norl haiuptoii. Is a Magistrate for co. Cam- 
bridge, Lord of the Manor and Patron of Dalham. The 
family, who represent the old Scott i h hontsi ufAtiehiu- 

leek of that illi, have luen located in Sullblj? sinee the 

17th century.— Dallam Hall, XetupuarRtl ; I'inyringhvc 
Hull, CokhsUr, 

liar , hU son Robert, b. 18'»2. 

AFFLECK, tlto Re*. James Dandy. 

Third sun of the late .Sir Roborl Afllock, Hart . of Pal- 
ham Hall, by frfaria, 2nd dau. of Sir Elijah Impey, of 
Newiek 1'ark. Sussex , b. 1811; m, 1864 Sophia, (Ian, 
of Edward DyfOD, Km)., of Dalham, and has, with other 
issue, 

FrC'Ietlck Dfttlby June-., is 

Mr. Affleck, whs WM •ducnted at ( h ( 'h . Oxford tit \ 
18321, is Kcelor of Dalham.— Jtolkam liittvrtf, A"- 

+ AGAR, Joux, Esq., of BrockfioW, Yorkshire, 
Only son of thf late Bunjamin Aunt, Esq.. of Broi kfl< IJ, 

by l!< .it rice Susannah, dau. of J,. 1'. Iiwin, Esq. , A. 1 70 I ; 
8 



s. 18.3S; m. 1S29 Harriet Maria, dau. of Thos. Swann, 
Esq. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for the N. Ruling of York- 
shire. This family was formerly named Preston, but 
took instead the name of Acrar, by Royal licence, 
towards the close of the last century. — Brockjield, York. 

AGAR, "William Talbot, Esq., of Milforcl Lod^e, 

Hampshire. 
Only son of the late "William Agar, Esq.. Q.C., of Elm 
Lodire, Camden Town, bv Louisa, dau. of the late Hon. 
and Rev. G. Talbot, D.D., of Temple Guitinir. co. Glou- 
cester ; b. 1815; m. 1S.33 Jessy Harriet, 2nd dau. of 
t!ie late Sir Alexander Criehton. F.R.S., of The Grove, 
Sevenoaks, Kent, and lias, with other issue, 

« William Talbot, b. \6oi. 
Mr. Agar, who was educated at Harrow and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. ISoG), is a Magistrate for Sussex. 
— Miiford Lodge, Li/iitinyton, Hants. 

AGAR-ELLIS. (Sec under Clifdoi, Viscount.) 

AGAR-ROBARTE3, Thomas James, Esq., of 
Lanhydrock, Cornwall. 
Only son of the late Hon. Charles Ragnal Agar (who 
was 3rd son of the 1st Visct. ClifdenX by Anna Maria, 
only dau. of Thomas Hunt, Esq., of Mollington Hall, 
co. Chester f grand-niece of the last Earl of Radnor of 
the Robartes family) ; b. 1S08 : s. 1811 : m. 1839 Juliana, 
dau. of the late Right Hon. Reginald Role Carew, and 
has, with other issue, 

* Thomnq Charles, educated nt Ch* Ch., Oxford ; a Dcp.- 
Lieut. fur Cornwall ; 6. 1S-U. 

Mr. Agar-Robnrtes, who was educated at Harrow and 
Ch. Ch.. Oxford (B.A. 1830.), is a Magistrate for Corn- 
wall, a Special Deputy Warden of the Stannaries, and 
• has been 31. P. for E. Cornwall since 1847 ; he assumed, 
by Royal licence, the additional name of Robartes in 
1826. — Lanhydrock, Bodmin; Athcncev.m Club, s.w. ; 1, 
Dean Street, Park Lane, w. 

AUG, William Jonx, Esq., of Hewletts, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Eld. st son of tho late Capt. William Acre, of Hewletts, 
tin Officer in the E.I.C.'s Engineers, by Edith, dau. of 
the late James Cnrdner, Esq., of Cheltenham ; b 1802; 
.<•-. 1827; m. 1829 Mary. dau. of W. Morland, Esq., of 
West Ilsley, Berks, and has issue, 

• William, Ifajor .'.1ft Foot ; b. 1381 ; m, IS61 BentiiceSlirlrlon, 
youni;p-l dBU. uf the late .Jolin H.irr, E-q., of H> rnnie i. 

Mr. .Al'it, who was educated at Pembroke Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1821, M.A. 18211. is a Magistrate lor co. Ulou- 
ec-t.r- M.U'fctk, C/lttttututm, 

AGNRW, Sir AtfDRRW, Bart., of Locknaw, 

NVigto\mshirc (cr. 1020). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Andrew Acuew, Bart., of 
I. o. linaw ( who was M.P. for co. Wigtown 1 830-7 S by 
Madeline, dau. of the late Sir David Carnegie, Bart., 
M.l'. of Southesk. N.l!. ; 1818; .v. as 8ih L.irt. 1849; 
ci. 18K1 Lady Mary Arabella tjouisa, dau of Charloa, 
1st Earl of wains borouph. Educated a. Harrow; is 
Vioe-I.it uti iiaiit of co. Wigtown ; has been M V. for 
co. Wigtown tinea iUoC; ,-ervnl critll 'he 93rd High- 
landers in Cftiiad i in 1 838,audafter\vanlsiu the ltli Light 
Dragoiina, — fMchnaw Qistfr, Stranraer, KJl, ; Biooi»'» 
a. it/ .trim/ and Xnvjf C'nb*, s.w. 

Ittir, liii4 con AnUixw Meal, b. ISfiOt 

ACiNI'.W. JAM! \ Knq., of I.:\rn«\ co. Antritn. 
h. 170- ; i 1 " a Magistrate for , o. Antrim, nf which he 
tins I ei a llitli Kltc-riff: dcs^Ttalcd from ft common an- 
cestor with tli(< Agliewt, DufOnetS, of Lochnaw. — Lame, 
co. Antrim. 

itf« f\w,, hfi bmther William, or KUwaaghm CaaUa^Mai 
l.*nip, a ttaytitniki ret . a, Antrim, 

AdNl'.W. [See V -i.t .(., -trtf.) 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



A LiNEW- WALLACE. (See Wallace.) 

A IK MAN, George Robertson, Esq., of The Ross j 
ancl.Broornelton, Lanarkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Capt. George Robertson Aikman, j 
H.E.I.C.S., of The Eoss and Broomelton, by Sarah, , 
dau. of W illiam Cuml y, Esq., of Norfolk ; b. 1S17 ; 
s. 1841; is Ln ,- d of the Barony of Broomelton, and] 
represents a family who were formerly seated at Love- 
burne and Cairnie, co. Forfar.— The Ross, near Hamilton, 
Lanarkshire. 

Heir Pres., his brother Hugh Henry Robert'on.of New Tarts, 
I.eice.-ter ; a Magistrate for co?. Leicester and Lanark ; j 
Lite Capt. 1st itoyal Lanark Militia ; b. ISiS ; s. Lis faiher- 1 
in-law 1S67; m. 1S-58 Mary Joyce, only child of the late; 
Thomas Stokes, Esq., of New Parks, and has, with other 
issue, * Thomas Stokes George Ungh, b. ISCO. 

A1LESBURY, Marquis of (George William; 
Frederick Brudenell-Beuce, P.O., K.G.). i 
— Cr. J821. 

Eldest son of Charles, 1st Marquis, K.T., by his 1st i 
wife, the Hon. Henrietta Maria, dau. of 1st Lord Ber- ■ 
wick ; b. 18(14 ; s. 1806 ; m. 1837 Lady Mary Caroline, ! 
dau. of George Augustus, 11th Earl of Pembroke, K.G. ! 
Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford; is Lord-Lieut, i 
and Custos Rotulorum of Wilts : Patron of 9 livings, ; 
and Lieut. -Col. Prince of Wales Own AVilts Yeomanrv; | 
was M.P. for Marlborough 1826-30; called to the 
House of Lords in 1838 as Lord Bruce ; was Master of 
the Horse to Her Majesty 18.)0-G6. Is descended pater- I 
nally from a common ancestor with the Earl of Cardigan I 
(to whose Earldom he is heir presumptive). — Savcrnakt I 
Forest, Marlborough ; Jcrvaulx Abbe//, Bedalr ; Wttortton 
Cottage, Swainby, Northallerton; 78, I'aH Mall, s.w. 
Heir Pres., his brother Lord Ernest Anrrustus lirudenell-Krnce. | 
b. 1 SI 1 ; in. 183-1 the Hon. Louisa Elizabeth, (iau. of John, ! 
2nd Lord Defies. Educated ar. Eton aud Trinity Coll., Cam- I 
bridge (M.A. 1831); is a Magistrate for Middlesex and 
Westminster, and J.P. and D.L. for Wilts, and Major Wilts 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; was Vice-Chambcrlnin to the Queen ! 
1 S 41 -U and 1842-8 j has been M.P. for Marlborough since | 
December, 18)2 ; and has, with other issue, "George John, 
a Mugi-traie lor Iierks, late Lieut. 14th Hussars, 6. 1S39 ;, 
in. 18U2 Lady Kvelyn Mary, 2nd dau. of William, 2nd Earl 1 
of Craven, and has, with other issue, George William 
Thomas, 6, 18ti:j. 

AILESBIIRY, Marchioness Dowager of. 

Maria Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the late Hon. Charles I 
Tollemache, of Harrington, co. Northampton, by his I 
2nd wife; Gertrude Fl'orinda, eldest, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. 
William Gardner, and widow of C. J. Clarke, Esq.;! 
vi. 18.13 (as 2nd wife) Charles, 1st Marquis of AilfS- 
bury, K.T., who (i. 1856, — 10, 1L rtj'ord Street, Mnyfair,vt. | 

AILSA, Marquis of (Archibald Kennedy, K.T.). 1 
— Cr. 1831. 

Eldest Son of Archibald, lato Earl of Cnssillis (who d. \ 
1832), by Ei.-anor, dau. of the lale Ale\an. lor A I la r- 
dyce, Esq., of Dnnotter, co. Kincardine, and grandson 
of Archibald, 1st Marquis; l>. 1816; s. 1846; m. 1846 
Julia, 2nd dau. of the Into Sir Richard MountPnoy 
Jcphson, Hart.. Is Lord-Lieutenant of co. Ayr ; wnsfnr- 
merly Lieut. 17th Lancers, and Lieut. -Col, 1st IJattalion 
of Ayrshire lliflc Volunteers. — Cusiillit House, and 
Cu/eetin Castle, Mm/In,/,; Ayrshire, N.D.: flurlinqton 
tU\ w. J " 

ll' ir. hlri son Archibald, Earl of CaBSlllU, b. 1847 ; educated at 
Lion. 

AINSLIE, Montague, Esq., of Grizedale, Lanca- 
shire, 

Fourth but eldest, surviving son of the lata Henry 

Aii -be, Esq., M.U., b\ A|TO< dau. iiml co-heir 01 
William lord, Esq., of Waterhrad, Cnni-tOO, and 
<in.vd.de; b. 1702.J n. IH;U; m, 1st IB18 SunUin Marv. 

•l'li'ft dau. of Georgo 1'o.vntz Rickstu, Esq., B.C.S.; 
•ml 1834 Marv Ann, oldest dan. -if Colin Campbell, 
" I • M'D., Physician-General in Bengal, and hi*, I'V 

ti e former, 



• Montague Mordaunt, educated at Eton i ci 
Oxford ; a Magistrate for co. Lancaste r, b. lias, ' ' 

Mr. Ainslie, who was educated at the Charte: !;.,.•<„ nn ,t 
Haileybury Coll., and was in the Civil < .. 
Bengal 1807-40, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. 1. ' lsl 

— (jrrizedak, Haukshead, Windermere. 

AINSLIE, the Rev. Gilbert, D.D.. of Hall 
Garth, Lancashire. 
Youngest son of the lato Henry Ainslie, Esq., M.I). . f 
Hall Garth (who d. 1834), by Agnes, dau. of Will:', ■', 
Ford, Esq., of Coniston Water Head : 6.1793; , 
Emily, dau. of the late William C. Marsh,' Esq., ','.( 
Gaynes Park, Essex, and has, with other issue, 

• Gilbert, 6. 1S:J9; m. 1S«G Eliza, eldest dau. of Samuel 
Mendel, Esc|., of Macley II .11, Manchester. 

Dr. Ainslie, who was educated at the Charterhouse and 
Pembroke Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1810, 3I.A. lSls 
D.D. 1828), of which College he has been Master 
since 1828, is Lord of the Manor of Carufortli, co. 
Lancaster. — I7ie Lodge, Pembroke Cdhge, Cambridar, ; 
Hull Garth, Lancaster. 

+ AINSLIE, Robert, Esq., of Muirton Hou.->e. 
Inverness shire. 
Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Inverness. — Muirton House, 
TJrray, near Beauty, Inverness-shire. 

AINSWORTH, Peter, Esq., of SmithiUs Hall. 
Lancashire. 

Eldest, son of the late Richard Ainsworth, Esq., of Moss 
Bank, co. Lancaster (who d. 183';). by Sarah, dau. of 
James >'oble, Esq., of Lancaster; b., 1790; 1813 
Elizabeth, 3rd dau. and co-heir of the late Ash ton 
Byrom, Esq., of Fairview, near Liverpool. Is a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Laucaster, and Patron of 1 living; 
was M.P. for Bolton 1830-47— Smithills Hall, Bolton ': 
Union Club, s w. 

AINSWORTH, Thomas, Esq., f Buckbarrow, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Ainsworth, Esq., of 
Preston, by Ljdia, dau. of the Rev. Dr. Macquhae, of 
Saint Quivox ; ft. 1800. Educated at Glasgow Uni- 
versity (B.A. 18271; is a J.P. aud D.L. for co. Lancaster. 
— Buckbarrow, Ulccrstenie. 

AINSWORTH, Thomas, Esq., of The Flosli, 
Cumberland. 

Eldest son of the late David Ainsworth, Esq., of Pre Krtl 
(who d. IS 19 i, by Alice. .Iau. of Richard H.itton, Kstq., 
of Park Lain , Labcashiro; b ksiu ; m. 1^80 M«rv, 
dau. of the Rev. John Stirling, D.D, of Cittigio, <Sr>. 
Ayr (she d. 18(17). Mr. AilrawOrth is in the < >m< 
mission of the IWo for Cumberland (Iliell Sheriff 
18(>1). L'his family was formerly seat e.l in Lancashire. 

— T/U Flush, Whitt hai'en, Cumberland. 

ALREY, Sir Rich aud, G.C.B. (or. 1855). 

Eldest son of the late Lieut. -Gen. Sir Gcoreo Airrv. 
G.C.B. i by Catharine, dau. of Marraret, 1st. Baroness 
Talbol de Malahide; h. 1803; IH. 1 »:tS his COUSIO 'bo 
Hon. Harriet .Mary, 3r<l dau. of James. 3rd Loivl 1.. t 
de Mal.-lhido. Btlucated at Sandhurst; is n UcUl -G<n. 
in I ho Army, Col. of the 1 V 1 1 1 Foot, and Uovcrnot ol" 
Gibraltar, Into QiiaHcr>inHM( , r-Gcnoml at tha ll.>r-.- 
Qunrds; was formerly Lieut. -C.d. 3 till Footj s. n • d .i^ 

Quortor-masttr-Ucacml in the Crimea l8-)4 •»; haa 

served in North Ann ri.-a and Ionian IoImUiU; was 
Dep. Acliut.int-fien. ral IS".S-I7. and Military >.. retair 
to the Ciitiiinan It r-in-Cliii f 1S.VJ-4. — fro» r, t ., t 
IltUtt, Gibndtar ; L nitnl Strckt GPn*, a.\P. 

AIRKY, tii.> R.v. Thomas, of Qblma Park, 
NV ustQioruland. 
Sui of t'ie lato Rev. Thotnn^ Airrv, Incumbent of 

Selside; b. 1701 ; m. 1830 I-.ibella. dm n-.l Rtjf of 
the lute Kivh.ird Holme, Esq, of HoIlM Earl. 



Air] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Ale 



Educated at Merron ColL, Oxford, and Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.At • 1S14; M.A. l s 1 7 , ; is a Magistrate 1 
for Che W. Riding of Yorkshire; was formerly incum- 
bent; of St,. George's, Kendal. — Holme Park, LamLrigg, 
Kendal, Wcstmorida rid. 

AIRLIE, Earl of (David Guaham DtiUiiMOXj)- 
Ogilvy, K.f.).— Cr. 1(339. 

Eldest son of David, 9th Karl, by his first wife Cle- 
mentina, only dan. ut' the late Gavin Prnmmond, K-<;.. 
of Keltie; b. 18'iG; s. 1849; lSol the Hon. Hen- 
rietta Blanche, 2nd dan. of Edward John, 2nd Lord 
Stanley of Alderley. Educated at Eton and Ui. C'k, | 
Oxford (B.A. 1847); is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Forfar,! 
Cn.pt. in the Korfarshire Yeomanry Cavalry, and a | 
Representative Peer for Scotland. This title, forfeited j 
in the Scottish Rebellion of 171'). was restored in 1826. i 
— Cortachy Castle, Kir/ijmuir, Forfarshire, A.//. ; Glut I 
Irla, Myth, N.B.; Airlie Ledge, Cam'j>den Mill, Ken-\ 
sington, w. 

Heir, his son David Stanley William, Lord Ogilvy; 1S5G, 

AITCHISOX, Sir John, COB. (cr. 1859). 
Third s-on of the late William Aitehison, Esq., of Drum- j 
more, East Lothian, by Jane, eldest dan. of George 
Mylnc, Esq., of Longrid:_ r e, East Lothian: >>. ITS'.);' 
in. 18.37 Ellen Elizabeth, youngest dan. of Thomas 
Mayhew, Esq., of Crespigny House, AldLurgli, Suffolk, j 
and has, with other issue, 

* Archibald John Thomas Francis, ft. 1801. 

Sir John, whoenternd the Army as Ensign 1805. became ' 
a, Major-Gen. 1811, Lieut.-Gen. and Col. "2nd Koot j 
1851; served in the Peninsula and in India; was 
formerly in the Scots Fusilier ' i uiirds. — -Unitnl Service 
and Car/ion Club.'!, s.yf. ; 4, Devonshire 1'lucr, w. 

+ AITCHISON, Mrs., of Alderston, Hadding- 
toushire. 

Janet, dau. of the, late George Rennie, Esq., of [Mian- 1 
tassie, co. Haddington; m. 1821 James Aitehison, K-q., 
of Alderston, who d. 1 80^3, having issuo, 

* Four daughters. 

The lato Mr. Aitehison was a J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Haddington, and .Magistrate for .Midlothian, and n pre- 
sented a younger branch of the Altchisonsof Drummorc ! 
(whom see). — Alderston House, Haddington, S.I!. 

AITCHISON", Mrs., of Shrub's Hill, Lyndhuvst, j 
Hampshire. 

Catherine, dau. of Henry Combe Compton, Esf] . of 
Minestead Manor, Hants, by Charlotte, dan. <>l the 
late William Mills, Ksq., of BisU'HI, Hani-.; M. \6&H 

V'iee-Admii'al Robert Aitehison, of Lyndhui>t, who 
(/. IStil, having, with other issue, 

• Henry Compton, It.N. ; ft. istt. 

The fainilv of Aitehison are of Scottish extraction. 
._*/,,•„/,'.,• /fill, nntr Lyndluust, Hunts. 

AIl'CKISON, Liout.»Col. William, of Drum- 
liiore, rltiddingtonslnvc, 

Eldesl son at the late William Aitehison, K-q.. of 
Drummore, bv Anne. dau. of AleXUllfler Allan. I -1 . 
ofHillslde; A. 18^7 ; «. 181C. Muented ut Winchester ; 
is a Mdgisttuto for cos, Midlothian and ■ t I.. .1 In. in. 
nnd a Lieut. -Col. and ('apt. Scots Fusilier Ha nd- 
— Drumniore, Musselburgh, tf.B, ; Guards' and U'tituf 
Service Clubs, s.w. 

AKENHEAD, Robert, Esq., of Otteringtoii 
Mall, Yorkshire. 

S nd son of lb, ■ Into Mr John \ ketllli i il, "I Si«W« 

ea-tle-oli-T\ II.' ; b |N22; 1801 I>*nnui 1 Allllll . • Id. -I 
dm. of Jo-, ph Mnvi-i.ii. K q , ..I t in 1 11. roll I'ark, CO, 
l)urhailr, and h i-, with oth. r issues 

• it.. 1 .it, /•. isiit. 

Mr.Ak.i h. ,i.l, win. is a M i-i-iraio forth. \. Rulnfp 
..f Yoik-hirc, purclnw.d llii-. prop, rly in 185:1 (Yum \\w> 
in 



family of 1'roadrick. This family came to England 
about 1GS8 from Glasgow, where they held a small 
estate in the township of Catlicarf, called Aikcnhead. 
since sold. — OtUriny/on Hall, Sorthallcrton. 

AKERS, Mrs , Of Mailing Abbey. Kent. 

Isabella, dau. of John Larking. Esq., late of Clare 
House, K. nt ; //*. 1821 Art-tas Akers. E*q.. J.P. aud 
D.L.. of Mailing Abbey, who d. 1855. Her eldest son. 
the Rev. .Vrctas Akers, m. 1849 Frances! Maria, dau. 
and co-heiress of Kraucis Brandram, Esq., of Tunbi'idge 
Wcils'j Kent, and d, 1 856, leaving, by her (who m. 2ndly 
I860 William Whitmore, Esq., of Eeekenham, Kent), 
w itH other issno, 

* Aretns, ft. 1S51. 

Mrs. Akers is Lady of the Manor of Mailing, and 
Patron of the Viearage of Lenham. This family, for- 
merly of the island of St. Vincent. YV. Indies, purchased 
Mailing Abbey in 1850. — 3IaUin<t Abbey, Maidstone. 

AKROYD, Edwakd, Esq., of Bank Field, York- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late Jonathan Akroyd. Esq., of 
Halifax: b. 1810; „i. 1838 Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
John l'Yarby. Esq., of Poppleton Lodiie. co. York. Is 
a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Rilling of Yorkshire (on the 
roll for High Sheriff 1869), and Patron of 1 living; sole 
partner in the linn of Janu s Akroyd and Son. Worsted 
Manufacturers ; President of the Halifax Chamber of 
Commerce, and Lieut. -Col. Commandant of the 4th 
West York Ride Volunteers; Was M.P. for Huddcrs- 
II. Id 1857-9; elected M.P. for Halifax t86S.— Saki 
Fi- Id, Halifax ; Brooks's and Reform Cluis, s.w. ; 40, 
Lowndes Street, s.vv. 

+ AKROYD, Henuy, Esq., of Doddington Hall, 
Cheshire. 

Second son of the lato Jonathan Akrovd, Esq.. of 
Halifax; b. 1811; is a Magistrate for co. Chester ; was 
formerly a Manufacturer at. Halifax, &c. — DoddingtOH 
Hall, Santwich. 

ALBEMARLE, Earl of (Oeokge Thomas Ket- 
pel, b\S.A.).— Or. 1696. 
Third but eldest surviving son of William Charles Ith 
Earl, by Elizabeth, dau. of Edward. 20th Lord De 
Clifton] : b. 1799; ». his brother as 6th Earl, 1851 ; n>. 
I8:il Susannah, :tnl dau. of the late SirCouits Trotter, 
Hart. Kduoutod at Westminster: is a J.P. and I). I., 
for Norfolk, a .Magistrate for en. Lei trim, and Palron of 
3 livings ; a Lieut. -General in the Army, unattached ; 
Into a Groom-in-Wuitiug on the Queen; wis .M P. for 
Kist Norfolk 1832-1. and for Lyininglon 1817-50. — 
Qmddinham flail, Atllvborvligh, RotJtiUt; Ath utttum 
ami />Voo/, s'.v (,'hibf, 8 w. 

Iltir, hi. Wn, William Colltts, Viseoinit Hnrv. P.C. : cdm r.t.'.l 
lit. Hton ; n Mn|rintmM for Norfolk, lnte i're.i-uivr of If. r 

M.ijo-t>'« Itonwhold, M.P. for Wick. if. (fttrmarlj M.P. 

for N'MWi h. ami Cnpt, Seats Fusilier Qusnls) : '•. Isaj; 
m. Is.Vi 8o|ililn, (lAU. of the lute sir Alun Napi. r MncNnh, 
Bart., of Dtniilurn Oiutfis i ppcr i'ai,n.io. uivi has, «ith 
Olhcf Issue, • AruolJ Alun Cncll, ft. 1838. 

\ I. COCK, Sir Ui m r.iu oi.h. KAMI. (cr. 1862), 

S .ii of th.. hit" Mr. R. Aleoek ; b. ISO'.): m. 1st IM36 
lb uriella, dan. of Charh s Bacon, Esq. (xho d. 185S1 ; 
2nd 1.S02 Ln.y, widow of the RoV. John Loynler. 
Ivlucated lor ihe .Medical L'rolV^sion, and s rved in iho 
Spanish Legion 1835-7; appoint..! Consul nt Shanghai 

181(1, at (.'ant. .11 lS.'.t; Cotisill-Crclicni) in Ja{MU l.s .8 . 
Knvov at J.dd.i is:,'.), and at P.kiii ISfi.i; er. lion. 
M.C.I.., Oxford, I &6&.—G<nvrnm nl Mhua l\i,n. 
Who, 

VLCOCK, Ei'Wvimi Yi....i:s, Esq., of Ballynoo, 

en. ClirloW, 

See. HI. I I ill i lib t Mtrvixing son of the Into T»ev. G.^np^o 
Al. ... k (llivlur of drailj, and Prel endarv at I II «rd. in 
th. [liite f LrUrlllin), hy .Marin, dan. of th« ilev, 

Edward Vi(j>m«, nl limr g-! co. Cnrlow; b. isos, >». 



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1 S3 l Clementina, dan. of the late John Sehoales, Esq., 
(i.C, of Dublin, and has, with other issue, 

* George, b. 1S43. 

Mr. Alcock, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(Jj.A. 182!), M.A. 1832), and called to the Irish Darat 
Dublin 1834, is a -Magistrate for eo. Carlow. This 
family is a branch of the Aleoeks of Wilton. — Ballynoe, 
Tullow, co. Carluw. 

ALCOCK, Harry, Esq., of Wilton Castle, co. 
^exforcl. 

Eldest son of the late Harry Alcock, Esq., of Wilton 
Castle, by Margaret, dau. of James Savage, Esq., of 
Kilgibbon, co. Wexford : I*. 1821; s. lS-iO. Is a J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Wexford (High Sheriff 1S4G), and I 
Major in the Wexford Militia. This family Settled in j 
Wexford during Cromwell's wars. — Wilton Cattle, Bree, 
Eiiniscort/iy, co. Wexford. 

Heir Pres., his brother Vssher William, b. 1825; m. 1858 

Aphra Belinda, dau. oC Richard Daxton, Esq., of Limerick, 

and has issue. 

■+ ALCOCK, Hexry, Esq., of Aireville, York- 
shire. 

Is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, and a 
Banker and Solicitor at Skipton. — Aireville, Sfcipton. 

ALCOCK, Mrs., of Kino-swoocl Warren, Surrey, 
Elizabeth, dau. of the late Bear- Admiral Stuart ; m. 
1831 Thomas Alcock, Esq., of Kingswood Warren, who 
was formerly M. P. for Newton and Ludlow, and late 
M.P. for East Surrey, and who d. 1 868. Js Lady of the 
Manor of Kingswood and Patron of 1 living.— Kings- 
wood Wcaren, near Mnsom, Surrey. 

ALCOCK-STAWELL, William Sr. Lege it, 
Esq., of Kilbri train Castle, co. Cork. 
Second son of the late Thomas Alcock, Esq., Col. 1st 
Surrey Militia, by the Don. Caroline C'atlienne Letitia, i 
dau. of Hayes, 3rd Viscount Doneraile; h. 1808; m. 
18 1,3 Charlotte Harriet, Esther, only dau. and heir of 
Jonas Stawell, Esq., of Kilbrittain (by Charlotte, i ld< <r 
dan. of Hayes, 2nd Viscount Doneraile), whose name he 
has assumed, and has issue, 

* Jonas William, b. 1840. 

Mr. Alcock-Stftwell, who is a Magistrate for co. Cork, 
and Lieut. -Col. North Cork Rifles, was formerly Capt. 
K. Welsh Fusiliers, and subsequently Lieut.-Col. S. 
Cork Militia. — Kilbrittain Castle, Dandon, co. Cork; 
tailed Service and Junior United Service Clubs, s.w. 

ALCOCK-STAWELL, William ThO>|A3 JONAS, 
Esq., of Lisjjjpfafav, en. Cork-, 

Second son of Col. William St. Lcger Alcock-Stawell. 
of Killirittiiin Castle, co. Cork (whom see), hy Charlotte i 
IlaiTut Km her, dan. of. Ion. is Si I, l-'.s<|.. of Kilhrit- 
taiu. and grand-dau. of Daves, 2nd Viscount Doneraile : 
Ik I860; «. 1801 to tills [Mtoerty under the Will of Ins' 

relaii\e Ludlow, lasi Lord Riversdtilc, some time Hishop I 

pi Kdlaloc ( whose name ot Riversdalo he is to assume 

niintttiining hi» majority) ; is Lord of the .Manors of 
Li8iiegnr and Ruthcorniae, co. Cork,— Liaittgar, Eath'\ 
eormac, co. ('ark. 

ALDAM, Wii.i.ivM, Ksq., of Prickley Hall, 
Yorkslrivo, 

Kid, -I ion of the late William Aidant, Esq . by Sarah, 
dm. of Joseph Jowitt, Bsq ? pf Leeds; b, 1313 : tu. I84n 
Miry 8tiildc», dau. of the Rev. Godfrey Wright, of 
Ihlliam Douse, mar DoUCtlsUT, and by her, who d. 



Is.;;, \ ml 

• V\ niinni Wright, b. is:, i. 
Mr \Mntn, who win tnluoiitctl tvl Trinity Coll., Cum-, 

J l" '.'ci II A. 1830), aid call, d lo I IlC Btimt the Middle 

I •tuple 1830, isivJ.t, and D.L, fur the W Uidiiitf. co 
l'-rk! ho vm M.P tor Lcrda isil 7. This family, 
nnnttica of the family of Pvuse, of Dnrlingtoiij took 



the name of Aldaiu under the will of ICntherini' A' , 
maternal aunt of the late Wm. Aldam,. Esq., ! v 
ho succeeded to an estate at Warnisworth. imth • i 
■which have been in the possession of the !ai,u.' , 
Aldam from the 14th century. — Frickley lit//, tfrna ■ .- 
tt r ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 

ALDBOROUGH, Earl of (Benjamin O'Xkai.k 
Stratford).— Cr. It77. 
Elder son of Mason Gerard, oth Earl, by Corn. . 
Jane, eldest dau. of the late Charles Henrv Taiitlv, 
Esqi; b. 1808; s. 1819. Is a J. P. and D.L. for 
Wieklow ; late Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards. This family 
have been settled in Ireland sinco a.d. 1660. — 1'rln'u 
Hull, co. Kildare ; Stratford Lodge, Baltinglass, c». 
Wieklow; Junior Unit id Service Club, s.w. 

ALDEXBURG-BEXTLXCK. (See Bentinck.) 

+ ALDER, William R., Esq., of Hornclitf'e, co. 
Durham. 

Son of the late William Alter, Esq., of norneliffe: is 
a Dep.-Lieut. for co. Durham. — Hvrnclijfe House, eo. 
Durham. 

ALDERSEY, Thomas, Esq., of Aklersey and 
Spurstow Halls, Cheshire. 
Younger and only surviving son of the late Samuel 
Aldersey, Esq., of Aklersey Hall, by Lucy. dau. of 
George Baylis, Esq., of Shiffnall, co. Salop: b. 1830; 
Si 18").) ; //;. 18")li Rose Sidney, 2nd dau. of the Rev. tr. 
D. Blomfield, Rector of Stevenage, Herts, and h is. with 
other issue, 

* Hugh, b. 1SSS. 
Mr. Aldersey, who is Lord of the Manor of Aldi-rvry, 
was Hi eh Sheriff of co. Chester 18C2, and formerly Ca: ' . 
1st R. Cheshire Militia. This family have been s, ,| 
at Aldersey since tho Norman Conquest. — Ahltrsry 
Hall, Cluster; Spurstow Hall, Whitchurch. 

ALDER SOX. Lady; 

Georgian;!, 3rd dau. of the late Dev. Edward I'rewo 
(of the family of Drewe. of Grange, Devon ). Rector of 
Willand, eo. Devon (who (/. 1810), by Caroline, dau. of 
the lale John Allen, Esq.. of Cresselly, co. Pembroke; 
vi. 1S23 the Hon. Sir Edward H. Alderson (a Baron of 
the Exchequer), who </. 18.j7, leaving isbue. — 7, I j'i ' r 
Portland Place, w. 

+ ALDERSON, the D.-v. Robert Jervis Cookk, 
of Wethterden, Suffolk. 

Youngest son of the late Robert AlderSOU, Il-q., 
Ill corder of Norwich, by Mary. dan. of the late f iinuej 
llurry, Ksq., and brother of the late Sir Edward Hall 
Anderson, Knt., Darou of the Exchequer; b. IK03; 
m. IS.'I J Sophia. Sarah, dau. of the late John ThwMWIl 
Molt, Esq., of Ihirninirham Hall, Norfolk (she d. 
1830). Educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 18*6, 
St.A, 18271; is a M^ayistrate for Sufiblkj app. ini.d 
Ri.t.r of Wctlunlen 18IL— The Rettery, WrtketoleH, 
Sti>r,iiarkct. 

ALDRIDGE, Admil-al Jons Wii mams. of Hil- 
lary 1 roUSC, 1 hvnii. 
Son of the Into John AJdriilgr, I'.sq., ••>( Christeh.^-h. 
Hunts (who W 1840); />. 1700; ■"■ i^i AnmsiiWi. 

of the late William Knight, Em., Ol Axminsler, l», \.,ii; 
2nd ISIS Mary Anne, eldest dau. of tin lale M*joT» 

Qenorul Pilkiiurion, K.K., lurt has no mrviTifig issue 

Admiral Aldrehe, lyllo was edueait-d at the U«l) <l 
Naval Coll., filtered UlC Royal Navy in lso.">. « ,s 
appointid a RenT* Admiral >>n tho riiinnl lid IS' j 
— lldlnri/ tfoHtf, ArtntHtttr, y*ri»> i. 

iUjDRIUOE, Rookrt, K»q M of St LomiAnl % a 
Porwst, Snssox. 

I l.|. si 'on of the lale John \hlridc»\ Rn|.« of s » 
l.eeliatd s h'oiTst, hy Anna Man.i, dau. ot tin IttV 

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Walter li u tt.-lot S.nvth. E-q.. of Stopham House, 
Sussex; b. 1801 ; a: 1802; M: 182!) Caroline Anne, d;ni. 
of Ch irles George Beauclerk, Esq., of St. Leonard's 
Lodge, Horsham, and has, with other issue, 

• John, etUicntod at Eron ; a Ma^i-trate fur Su^ex, anil a 
Major in the Army, late 21st Fusiliers ; 6. 153'J; m. InijS 
Mary Alethea, widow ot Thomus Uroailuowl, E»q., of 
Hi'lmbush, Sussex, and lias issue, * A son. b. J 666. 

Mr. Aldridge is a J.P. and D L. for Sussex (High 
Sheriff 1 828). — St. Leonard's Forest, Horsham. 

ALD WORTH, Richard Oliver, Esq., of New- 
market, co. Cork. 
Eldest sou of the lato Eobert Rogers Aldworth, Esq..i 
of Newmarket, by Elizabeth, daughter of the late Yen. 
Archdeacon Oliver, of Ardagh; b. 179-1; s. 1836; m.\ 
1821 Letitia, eldest dau. of Richard, late Viset. Ennis- 
more, and grand-dan. of William, 1st Earl of Listowel, j 
and lias, with other issue, 

• Richard. Widiam, Lieut. -Col. 7th Royal Fusiliers, b. 1R23 ; i 
7». 18H3 Lady Ma'y Cacherine Henrietta, eldest dau. of i 
Francis, :jr<i Earl ot Eandon. 

Mr. Aldworth, who was educated at Rugby and Brase- 
noso Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for eo. Cork j 
(High Sheriff 1832). This family was formerly of 
Stanlake, Berks. — Nemavket, KanturJe, co. Curie. 

+ ALDWORTH, Robert, Esq., of West Hag- 
bourne, Berkshire. 
Son of the late W. Aldworth, Esq. ; b. 18 — ; m 1802 
Alice, only child of tho late Captain Wright, Bombay 
Armv, and grand-dau. of the late Adam Blandy, Esq., 
of Kinerston House, Berks.— West Haybourne, Wullhuj- 
ford, Berks. 

+ ALDWORTH, St. Leger, Esq., of Rockmill, 
co. Cork. 

Third son of tho late Robert Rogers Aldworth, Esq., of 
Newmarket, eo. Cork, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
Ven. Archdeacon Oliver, of Ardagh; 1 SUG ; in. 183G 
Alicia Susan, dau. of Charles D. Oliver, Esq., of Rock- 
mill Lodge, and has, with other issue, 

• Robert Oliver, Lieut. 49th Foot ; 6. 1S38. 
Mr, Aldworth is a Magistrate for co. Cork, and a 
Commander R.N., retired. — Rockmill, Ki'dorrery, co. 
Cork. 

ALEXANDER, Sir William John, Dart., Q.C. 
(cr. 180i»). 

Eldest son of tho late Sir Robert Alexander, Bait., by 
Elizi, only dau. ami heir of John Wnllis, lisq, ; b. 
1803 ; s. 1H.VJ. Educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, ami , 
was afterwards incorporated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (M.A. 182.j); culhd to the Bar at Lincoln"* 
Inn 182.")-. became n (J.(J, find Bencher of the Middle 
Temple 18'li, Attorney-General to II.J3.II. the F>inc< 
of Wales 1854, ouo of (LRU's Council 18(53. This 
family is descended from tho W Ci Itic family of Mac- 
donald. — Loehgurry lloi'se, Pilluchry, F{fe$hirc; 22, .V. 1 
Jatitislt Placet s.w. ; 7, Figures Court, Tciiyfa s«c. 

HelrPivi,, Ms brother John WTiilli", i* harrlstw-iit law of the i 
iH.lillo Temple; ft. 1812: m. I63H Lad.v I-cpei Chmliitto 
PhipfiH. dim. of Henry. l«t Karl of Mtilgrnvc, ami eirler 'if ] 
Constaiutii'd Henry, i»t M«.-iiuN "f ^tirinaiiby. 

ALEX AN DEB, Sir James Kdwabo, Krtr., 
of Westpi'tnn, Stirlingshire, KA'.L.S, 
K.C.J.J., F.R.S.E. fcr. L838). 

Eldest son of the Into Ivluard Ah x -rider. Efq., Of 
Powis, N.jB, (J.P. and D.L. for eo. (.'laekmantun |. by 
hi* 2nd wife Catherine, dau. of John (II i*. 15m., IVo- 
TOlt of Stirling ; A. 1803; m. 1837 Erolino Ma i.', :inl 
dau. of Lieut. -Col. C.C. Mitchell, K.H., and ho.*, With 
other ifisuo, 

• Edward Maj nc, ^. tSttf. 
Sir J.umr, who was educated at the l'tuverMlirs of 
Edinburgh and QldfgOW, and at tho Rnynl Military 

Coll.. Rmdliui -t, and icrvcd In tbo Garnlry In Fnditt, 
12 



Africa, &c„ is a Col. iu the Army, and commanded the 
14th regiment at ihe'siege and fall of Sebastopol, also 
in New Zealand during the Maori War ; author of 
several works of Biography, Travels, dec This family 
descend from a common ancestor with the Earls of 
Stirling, a title now dormant. — WesterUn House, Stirl- 
ing, S.B. ; United Service and Athenaum Clubs, s.w. 

ALEXANDER, Alexander Esq., of Bryn 
Lhvyd, Anglesey.. 
Eldest son of the late Alexander Alexander, Esq. (who 
claimed the Earldom of Stirling 1 ), by Fortunata Maria 
Gertrude, only dau. of Si-nor Giovanni Bartoletti, of 
Naples; b. 1812; 1859; m. 1850 Diana, eldest dau. 
of the late Pierce Wynne Yorke, Esq.; of Dyffryn Aled, 
co. Denbigh, and has, with other issue, 

* Philip William Wynne Alexander, b. 1352. 
This family claim descent from Donald. Kin? of the 
Isles, by a maternal descent through the Earls of 
Stirling, a title now dormant, but. claimed by Mr. 
Alexander.^ — Bryn Llvyd, Llunidan, Bangor, N. Wales. 

ALEXANDER, Alexander Johx, Esq., of 
Airdrie, and Rosolloch. Lanarkshire, and 
Cowden, Dumbartonshire. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Robert Alexander, 
Esq., of Kentucky, U.S. America, by Eliza "Weisigcr, of 
Frankfort, Kentucky, and nephew of the late Right Hon. 
Sir W r illiam Alexander, of Airdrie House. Chief Baron 
of the Exchequer; b. 1821; 5. his brother 1867; is a 
Magistrate for co. Lanurk and Lord of the Barony of 
Airdrie. This family is a branch of that of the Earl 
of Stirling (ext.)— Airdrie House, Airdrie, X.B. ; Couden 
Hill, Bui/ibartons/tirc. 

ALEXAXDER, Archibald, Esq., of Bordstone, 
Ayrshire. 

Only son of Major Alexander, of Boydstone, by Grace, 
dau. of Angus M'Alester, of Loup, co. Argyle "(Chief of 
the Chin); b. 1812; s. 1843; m. 1853 Agnes, dau. of 
William Crawfurd, Esq., of Cartsburn, "co. Renfrew, 
and has issue, 

• Alexander Charles, b. 1854, 
Mr. Alexander, who was educated at the University of 
Edinburgh, is a Maristrate for co. Ayr. and a Deput v- 
Inspector-General ; he was formerly Surgeon-Major of 
the 4 ill Hussars.— Ann's Lodoe, Ardrossan. Ayrshire. 
X.B. 

ALEXANDER, Ambus, Esq., of Moryville, 

ci). (I, 'i I way. 

Only surviving son of tho late John Alexander, Esq., 
of M nynlle, co, Galway (who d. 184$), by Mary. dau. 
of Gilca Mahon, Esq. ;* b. 1810 ; *. his brother 18*7 J 
m. 1st _1832 Sarah, dau. of Benjamin F.ilkiner. Esq., 

Of Unllinnd, co. Tipperary, who a, t. p 18.">G: 2nd 1867 ' 
San h Matui. dan. ot the late Arthur Johnston. Esq., of 
Cari ickbred.;, io. Armngh, and 'I'remont, co. DoWO< Is 
descended from John, Lord of the bles, by .Martrarft, 
dau. ot Robert II. of Scotland, ihrougb their grandson 
Akiunder MicBonald (called • Mac.Uister '), who in 
the lath ocntury ua^umcd for Uinnsolf nnd hit do- 
PWtuliMltl tllfl Minianic of ' AK vamler.' — X'aryvulf, 
Kt ir.irn,co. (itiiua'l. 

//.ii- Pet*. (It the honoar)Ma wutln the n<>r..Tehn aict- 

imiler, LL.U.. of Cnrne Uectnry, co. \\V\fonl (whi-ra Ml), 

A I.EX ANDEK. Cam no v Drrr;.:, Esq., of Tho 
AubcrncH, l£mu>x, 

I.Mi-t s.>n of tbo lale Jo«inn Pupro Ab x.indcr, l'«q., 
M.J?, (many yuirs a Director of the Bail India Com- 
PMy)i by Mary, dau. of the Lev. Thomu BritckM; 

h. 1 HI 7 ; .«. 1810 ; v,. 1843 l .iroiuio, 2nd .lau. of J.»mo» 

Swing, Esq.. of IV, rk c, . scent, London, formerly of Um 



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Bengal Civil Service, by whom he has issue. 

• Caledon James, Lieut, Coldstream Guards ; b. 1S45. 

Mr. Alexander, who was educated at Eton, and is a ] 
Pep. -Lieut, for Essex, was formerly in the 1st Life j 
Guards ; he represents a younger branch of the family 
of the Earl of Caledon. — The Aubirrits, Sudbury. 

ALEXANDER, Lieut.-Col. Claud, of BaUocli- 
lnyle, Ayrshire. 
Eldest son of the late Boyd Alexander, Esq., of Bal- 
lochmyle, by Sophia Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of the late 
Sir Benjamin Hobhouse, Bart., and sister of John, 1st 
Lord Broughton, G.C.B. ; b. V 31 ; s. 1861; m. 1SG3 
Eliza, only dan. of the late Alexander Speirs, E«q , of 
Elderslie, Lord-Lieutenant of co. Renfrew, and has issue, 

• Claud, b. 18G7. 

Col. Alexander, who was educated at Eton and Ch. 
Ch., Oxford, is a J. P. and D.L. for cos. Ayr and 
Renfrew, and a Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards, and 
served in the Crimea 185-1-6. — Ballochmyle, Mauchline, 
Ayrshire; Guards, Carlton, and Array and Navy 
Clvbs, S.W. 

ALEXANDER, Geoege, Esq., F.S.A., of 
Westrop House, Wilts. 
Second son of the late R. H. Alexander, Esq., of 
Corsham, "Wilts; 6/1810; m. 1845 Elizabeth Maria, 
only dau. of the late John Baby Hicks, Esq., of Castou, 
Norfolk. Is a Magistrate for Wilts. — Westrop House, 
Highworth, H ilts. 

+ ALEXANDER, George, Esq., of Lessane, co. 
Down. 

Fifth son of the late Most Bcv. Nathaniel Alexander, 
Lord Bishop of Heath (who d. 18-10), by Anno, dau. of 
the late Rt. Hon. Richard Jackson ; £."l812 ; m. 1833 
Miss Molloy. Is a Magistrate for co. Down; was 
formerly in the Bengal Civil Service. — Lessane, near 
Saint field, co. Down. 

+ ALEXANDER, Henet, Esq., of Forkhill, co. 
Armagh. 

Fourth son of the late Most Rev. Nathaniel Alexander, 
D.I)., Bishop of Meath, by Anno. dau. of the Right 
Hon. Richard, Jackson, of Colcraine ; b. 1810; in. 1838 
Louisa Juliana, 2nd dau. of Thomas, 2nd Earl of 
Kapfufly, and has, with other issue, 

• Granville Henry Jackson, b. 1S.V2. 

-Mr. Alexander iv a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Armagh, and 
Lord of the Manor id' borkliill. — Forkhill, co. ArmaghA 

ALEXANDER, the Rev.JoilN, LLP., of Game, 

co. Wexford. 
KMesi son of tin.' hit.- Rev. Robert Alexander. LL.D. 
of SVvv Bosi, co. Wexford, ami Burgess of the pity of 
Glasgow, by Catherine, dun. of Godd'ird Richards, Esq , 
of Orange, co. Wexford ; b. 1798 ; 1821 ; m. Mary, 
fluu.of the lato Rev. NVt-kton John Molony, of Kilrannon, 
co. Clare, and lieelor of Dunleckm y, co. Carlow, and 
has issue, 

• Jnlm, B.A. of Trinity Coll., Dublin, in ITolv Orion; K 
lHl:l; in. iSllfl ( aniline, yminp'ol, dan. oC the late Jnlm 
JllOOb, Esq., M.t). 

Mr. Alexander, who was ducat cd nt Trinity Coll , 
Dublin (B. A, 1821, LL.D. ISM), is ft Llurjfoss of the 
< it\ of OliMgo^T, admitted on clnitn of hereditary right 
184-1, ~C<irne h'rclurj/, (,'hurchlown, co. Wtsfurd, 

ALEXANDER, Jonsr, Esq., of Milford Hons.-. 

CO. C'ill loW. 

f" m of the Into John AT xnnder, Enti., of Milfbfd Houit, 
lv GhrUHnmi, dau, of Ltirtmxo tffakaon, 1- -|.. of 

' l.ftprl Uud, CO, Kilk-nny; >>. 18»2 ; m. ISIS liatUCr, 
"•W ''in. of Matthew Urink'.ev, Eaq , of Parftonitof/u, 
eo Mentll, mid hni i>sm>. 

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Mr. Alexander, who was educated at Triii'v r. | 
Dublin (B.A. 1S23, M.A. 1825,), was HijtU . J 

co. Carlow 1824. M.P. for Carlow 1853-D ; { s . a 
claimant of the Earldom of Stirling. — Mi'/ord lit ■ 
Carlow; Ki' dare Street Club, Dublin; Carlton Club > * 

ALEXANDER, John, Esq., ofNewtonlimavady, 
co. Londonderry. 

Youngest son of the late John Alexander. Esq., of 
Newtonlimavady, by Margaret, dau. of S. Maxwe) 
Esq., of Armagh; b. 1SC6; s. 1819. Appointed II..;, 

Sheriff of the city and co. of Londonderry 18*50. 

Newtonlimavady, co. Londonderry ; Windham Club, s.ve. 

Heir Pres., his brother Samuel Maxwell, a J. P. and D.L. for, 
and formerly High SUeriit of, co. Londonderry ; b, 1S34. 

ALEXANDER, Capt. John Houhouse Ixolts. 
R.N., C.C., of Soutli Barr, Renfrewshire. 
Second son of the late Boyd Alexander. Esq., of Bal- 
lochmyle, co. Ayr, and South Barr, co. Renfrew, l.v 
Soph'a Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of the late Sir Benjamin 
Hobhouse, Bart., and sisier of John. Lord Brighton, 
G.C.B. ; b. 1832; s. 1861; m. 18G0 Isabella Barbara, 
only dau. of the late T. C. Humo, E.-q., and has, with 
other issue, 

* Boyd William John, 6. 1SG2. 
Mr. Alexander, who entered the Royal Navv in 1815. 
and became Capt. 1863, served in the Black Sea dnrincr 
the war with Russia 1854-6; he is an officer of the 
Legion of Honour. — South Barr, 1'ais'ey. Hinfrcushire ; 
Army and Navy Club, s.w. ; 14, Granville I luce. w. 

ALEXANDER, Lesley William, Esq., of 
Ahillv, co. Donegal. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Alexander, Esq., of 
Ahill v fwho was High Sheriff of co. Donegal 1852), by 
Jane, eldest dau. of William Ilai^-, Esq., of VVesffield 
House, Doneaster, co. York ; b. 1841; s. 1807. Edu- 
cated at Harrow ; is a Magistrate for co. Donegal, and 
Lord of the Manor of Ahillv. This family i- an eld r 
branch of that of the Earl of Caledon. — Ahillg, Lint- 
crana, co. Donegal ; Frowick, Colchestir, Essex, 
ttfir Pres,, his brother James b. 1843. 

ALEXANDER, Mrs., of Stonel lonso. Kent. 

Mary, eldest dnu. of the late Bcv. Thomas Bracken, by 

Mary, dan. of Richard Chase, Esq., of Sell Hants ; 

m, lsio Josias Dupie Alexander, Esq., M l' . s,>n of 
Robert Alexander, Esq., of Boom HalI,co. Londonderry 
(brother to James, 1st Earl of Caledon), who d. IS: 
leaving i^sne, 

• Calodor. Hupri?. if AnbcrTfeg, r<«e\- [whotn seel. 
Stonehoust, Eroadstairs, Kent ; 43. Grosvenor Ptact, s.w. 

ALEXANDER. R.kikt JaCRSOS, Esq.. of 
Portglenone, co. Antrim. 

F.ldist son of the lale Nathaniel Alexander, E-.'j.. of 
r'ntaknone. co. Antrim (who was .LP. and D.I». and 
M.l'. lor that eo. 1 S H -52 ), by I'loriiula. 2nd dau. of 
Richard Boyle Bagley, Esq., and grand-dnu. of Richard, 
2nd Lord Cnatlumninc (she »i. 2nd ls.'n, Rdtnond I M ie. 
Esq., and d. 1862); b. 1842; *. 1S5*. Ivlucate I at 
llanoiv, is i\ Magistrate for co. Lofidonderry, owner of 
large estates in cos. Antrim, 1\ r inc. and I<ou,loi rr\ 
lepresrnts a young) r brani h of (hp family n! the Ear I 
of Caledon. — PortgltnoH* Mount, co. Antrim. 

Unr Pi tt., M« bnal\rrJ. S., n.N. | ^. 1-14. 

+ ALEXANDER, l^nr.nTQviN, Esq., of Acton, 
co. Armnffii, 

Third ion of the lato Von n»l<. Al> nn lor. Atvlidn. \ 
of Down, by Catherine, ynuagrtl daxu of the late Rurjil 
Hon. Jobo tftaples \ >> IMS; m. ism Q«r rndo lt*r> 
riet, 4th dnu, "i the Into John Lu«hincton Rciily, I - \ . 
ofSeHrTngh lltoftfc, co. Down. 1« a Mniristrntr f«»rci». 
Annniffa j dmcendea from a commra kntmtor with ii«* 

Enrl of Caledon.- Art, n, I'ot, nt-j ,i.<.«, c,i. a- • * 

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ALEXANDER. (See under Cdechii, Earl of.) 

ALFORD, Ln.lv Maim ax Mai;gaim-:t, of Ashridge 
Park, Herts. 
Elder -data, of Spencer Joshua, 2nd Marquis of North- 
ampton, by Margaret, eldest dau. and co-heir of the 
late MajorrGi u. Douglas Maclean Clepbane, of Tor- 
loisk, co. Argyll. ^.B. "; m. 1S11 John; Yiset. Alford 
(eldest sun of John. I >- 1 Earl Brownlow), who d. 1 85 1 , 
leaving, with other issue, 

* Adelbert Wellington, now Earl Erownlow (v.-liom foe). 
Latly Alford is Lady of the Manor of Ashridge and 
Patron of 1 living. — Ashridge Park, Lerkha instead ; 11, 
Prince's Gate, s.w. 

ALINGTON, the Rev. Charles, of LetcW'ortli, 
Hertfordshire. 
Second surviving son of the late Rev. J. Alington, of 
Little Barford, Beds, and Letch worth, by Eliza Frances, i 
dau. of the late Right lion. Sir Thomas Plumer, of 
Canon's Park. Middlesex ; ft. 1833 ; s. 1803. Educated 
at Morton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 185-Jt) ; is Lord of the 
Manor of Let ehworth, and Patron of 1 living. — Letch- 
worth, Hitchin, Herts. 

ALINGTON, George Marmaduke, Esq., of 
Swinhope, Lincolnshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Mavniaduko Alingto,n, of i 
Swinhope, by Ann, dau. of Rev. John hmeris, of Loutli ; 
b. 1798 ; a. 1810; m. 182.) Mary, 3rd dan. of Matthew 
Bancroft Lister, Esq., of Bunvcll Park, co. Lincoln, 
and has, with other issue, 

» Charles Argentine, B.A. of Werton Coll., OxforJ, Rector of 
Muckton, co. Lincoln, b. lSifS. 

Mr. Alington, who was educated at "West minster and 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge; is J. P. and D.L. fir co. 
Lincoln. This family is descended from Sir Hildebrand 
d'Alington, who came over with the Conqueror, and is 
supposed, according to an ancient document in posses- 
sion of the family, to have held sonic appointment of 
authority about bis person. — Sirinh<>pr, Binbrook, Mar- 
ket Rase it ; University Cliib, s.w. 

ALINGTON, Rev. John, of Candleshy, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Third son of tho late Rev. Marmaduke Alington, of 
Swinhope, co. Lincoln (who d. 18101. by Anne, dull, of 
the Into lb v. John Enieris, of Louth, co, Lincoln; b. 
1801 ; »i. in:!,". Charlotte Sophia, 3rd daw, ol the late 
Sir Alan Helling ham, Bart., and has, with olh r issue, 

• AUn Mnrmmluka Alinftton, '•. 1W8 ; »l. 1WM Katluirlhe, 
dau. of II." lute Rev. 'I'. AU.WOOll. 

Mr. Alinuton, who was educated at Rugby and M.it- 

dalen ('..li., Oxford ( 11. \ is;;. M. \. 1.82*)) is a M 

trutc for co. Lincoln, and Rector of Caudleshv and 
Croxby. — Caudhnby, near Sj.ilnby. 

ALINGTON, William, Esq, v , o£ Little Barford, 
Uedfordshiro, 

Eldest Bur\ iviUg SOU of the |..«,. Rev. .lolin Alllipttotl, of 

Little Barford and Lelohworlh Herts, by Kliai Ernn-l 
ces, dau. of the laie Itiglll lb" 1 s ir I le. ma- I'hlmi r, of 
Cations Park, .Middle-ex ; h', 1820; .< I8«S, I'Jduented 

at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1817) i Lord of the 
Manor of Little Harford, ami Patron of livinp 
This family id n younger branch of the lliturtons ol 
Swinhope (whom hop), Litltt Harford, St. Smtn, 

AMKOTOX-PrH, IIim:v, E«|„ ,w Donnn 
Nook tiii(i| Sotm tt'iints, liirtcoltiHhiro, 
Pecntid soli of tlir l ite Rev Miirilindiiko Abm-ion, f.f ; 
Hwinliopo, Lincolnshire, by Annu, duii. of the [lev. E j 

KlIieriN, fif 1,'Hith; b. iHOOj lit. 1 <-{ |828 Charlotte. 

Mary. 2nd dun. and i'o heir, --i of J, YnrbornUL'h, l | , 



i of Erampton ; 2nd 1854 Lady Albi'nia Frances, eldest 
dau. of Augustus, 6th Earl of Buckinghamshire, and 
has by the former, 

* Charlotte Alincton. m. 1834 the Iter. C. C. Barnard. 
Mr. Alington-l'ye, who was educated at "Westminster, 

j assumed the additional name and arms of Pye. by Royal- 
i licence, under the will of Mrs. Sarah Rowe. — Donna. 
I Xoo/c and Soutcrcoatcs, Loath, Lincolnshire. 

ALISON, Sir Archibald, Bart.. C.B. fcr. 1852). 

Elder son uf the late Sir Archibald Alison. Bart., 
D.C.L. the eminent historian, by Elizabeth Glencairn, 
dau. of Col. P. Tytler, brother of Lord Woodhouselee ; 
b. 1826; 8. as 2nd Bart. 1867: m. IS08 Jane. dau. of 
James Connell Black, Esq. Educated at the University 
of Edinburgh; is a Col. in the Army, unattached; 
late an Assistant Adjutant to the Inspector-General of 
Infantry at Portsmouth, and formerly of the 72nd 
Highlanders; served with distinction in the Crimea 
and India as Military Secretary to Lord Clyde. This 
family are descended, on the paternal side, from 
Edward I., Robert Bruce, and Philip IV.. and on the 
mother's from the Royal House of Stuart and the Duke 
of Lennox. — Possil House, Glasgow ; 43. Rutland Gate, 
s.w. 

Heir, his son Archibald, J. 1S.j9. 

+ ALISON, Hexry, Esq., of Park Hall, Lanca- 
shire. 

Is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and a Manufacturer. 
This family is of Scottish extraction. — Park Hall, near 
Chorley. 

+ ALISON, Richard, Esq., of Woolton Heys, 
Lancashire. 

Son of the late R. Alison, Esq. ; is married and has issue, 

* Richard, a Magistrate for co. Lancaster. 
Mr. Alison is a merchant at Liverpool. This family is 
of Scottish extraction. — Woolton Heys, Much Woolton, 
Liverpool. 

ALLAN, Robert Henry, Esq., F.S.A.. of 
Blackwell Hall, co. Durham. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Robert Allan. Esq., of 
Newbottle, co. Durham (cousin of the late George 
Allan, Lsq.. MP.), by Hannah. + dan. of William 
Haveloek, Esq., of Sunderland: /■ 1802; s. 185 1; 
m. I8tl Elizabeth, dau. of John Gregson, Esq., of 
Murton and Burdon, co. Durham. Is a .1 1'. and D.L. 
for co. Durham (High Sheriff 1851), a Magistrate for 
the X Riding of Yorkshire, unci Lord of the Manors of 
Barton Grange, Wnndosford ( ithirw.se Wilkinson's 

.Manor I, Ward's (formerly [nglcby's) Manor, ami Apple* 
ton-upon-WisUe. in the N. Hiding of York-hire. This 
family has been settled in co. Durham for upwards of 
two Centuries, and is descended from the ancient family 
of Allan, of l.uckonhall ami BrockhoUSC, co. Stafford, 
seated there in 1200, M r. Allan is t he representative 
in Hood of the families of I'eniberton Of Aisluby, and 

Killinghul) of Mlddtelnn, St. Gi»orgc, co. Durham. — 
lllack ii ilt Hall and Waekwdl Grange, Darh'tMtvn. 

ttfir PlWt., In. lirothrr flcirtrr Thomas, V 18*11; ••• ISM 
M um, ttftO, of the IteV, l'ltema* Rain-liny, \ icnr of 
ltranipton. 

ALLAN -FRASER, (See fYmr.) 
AI-L.W-WODDROP. (Seo W.ddr T .) 
ALLARDICE. (See Vanity* i.v\.-r.;„o 
+ ALLAWAY. Snniiv, Esq., of >[ars(ono, 

] let t l'.i|-(lslim\ 

Is i\ J.Pnntl D.L, for co. Her. fori. — Mari>tonr, A'.K.t 



t Thl ln.lv tutu nunt c( tln> Into NJtlm nt (ienrr»l Sir llrnn 

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4 A LLCARD, William, Esq., of Burton Closeo, 
I )erhyshire. 

I'.Uh st son of the Lite John Allcard, Esq. ; b. 179o. Is 
it .1.1'. ami D.L. for co. Lancaster, and a Magistrate 
for co. Derby. — Burton C'toses, Bakewell, Derbyshire ; 
Reform Club, w. ; 43, tipper Brook Street, w. 

+ ALLEN, Benjamin' Haigh, Esq., of Longcroft, I 
Staffordshire. 
Elder son of the late Benjamin Haigb Allen. Esq., of 
Greenhead, near Huddersfield, by Sarah, 4th dau. of the | 
laic John Whitacre, Esq., of Woodhouse, co. York; b. I 
I s-JO ; is a J. P. and D.L. for eo. Stafford. — Longcrofl 
Hill, Burton-on-Treut ; The Priory, Clifford, Hereford. 

ALLEN, Charles Hugh, Esq., of Dunston 
Grore, Pembrokeshire. 
Third but 2nd surviving son of the late Charles Bowen 
Allen, Esq., of Dunston Grove, by Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Bowen, Esq. ; b. 1831 ; m. 1856 Mary, youngest 
dau. of Thomas .Richard Saunders, Esq., and has 
issue, 

* Allen Charles, 6. 1857. 
Mr. Allen is a Magistrate for co. Pembroke. — Dunston 
( t ro ce, Ha vcrford west. 

-f ALLEN, Charles "William, Esq., of The 
Moor, Herefordshire. 
Js a J. P. and D.L. for co. Hereford. — The Moor, 
Kin ijton. 

+ ALLEN, George Baugh, Esq., of Kilrhue, 
Pembrokeshire. 
b. 1818; educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1812, M.A. 1845); is a Magistrate for co. Pembroke. 
— Kilrhue, Narberth, S. Wales; 33, Queen's Road, 
lliyent's Park, u.W. 

+ ALLEN, Henry, Esq., of Oakfield, Radnor- 
shire. 

Son of the late Rev. William Allen, D.D., Prebendary 
of Hereford ; b. 18 — ; in. 18 — Catherine, 2nd dau. of 
the late William Bird, Esq., of Drvbridge House, co. 
Hereford (she d. 1842). Is a Magistrate for cos. Here- 
ford, Radnor, and Pembroke. — Oakfield, Hay. 

ALLEN* Henhy Seymour, Esq., of Cresselly, 
Pembrokeshire. 
KMest surviving son of the late Seymour Philipps 
■Mien, Era., of Cn sM'lly (J. P. n ncl D.L. for eo. Pem- 
broke, and High Sheriff in 1850), by Lady Catherine 
PelloweN, dau. of Newton, Ith Karl of Portsmouth ; ft. 
IM7; .i. 1801. Educated lit Harrow; is Lord of the 
Manor of Cresselly. This family is a, younger branch 
"I the Aliens of Dale Castle, in the same county, now 
n presented by Mr. Lloyd*Philipps. — CrmcUy House, 
l\ iHvrotte, 

ii'ir I'ri i., lit-, brother Frederick Seymour, V 1849. 

ALLEN", Jamus Douglas Vauciiian, Esq., of 
Iuclimartino, Perthshire. 

1 ' ov son of the late Sir .lames Van-ban Allen, of In, h- 
1'i.irliliej by Barbara (SlrillgtoH, 3fi1 dau. of tin' late 

• btiirnl Sir Neil Domrliu, K.C.R., [C.C.H., &c, Home- 
t iiiie (. omniauder in-Chief in Scotland and Governor of 
I'liii'mrgh Gii*tilo| ft. 1817; 1862. Is Lord of thol 
I ■ irony of Inclitnartine, and Patron of 3 living. 1 *. Thi- 
J""i1> id a br.iueb of the hou-e of All ell of Ki To), co. | 

U.I.KX, t In- Ven, John, of Howneoil BaryJ 

t II. its. I 
v • ion of the lat.- lb v. David Bird Allen, Rector 

• ' lUit'loti, eo. Pembroke, by Mary Anne Harriet, dau. 



of Bartholomew Julliau, Esq.. of Throgmorton Street 
London, and brother of J. J. Allot, Esq., of 1'.- ■•• , 
(whom see); b. 1810; rn. 1834 Harriet, dau. of J;iui - 
White Hig!iin«, Esq., of Hormead Bury, Herts, and 
has, with other issue, 

* John Hi;rtrins, educated at Eton and Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge, a liarristor-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn ; 6. 1841. 

The Archdeacon, who was educated at Westminster and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B A. 1832. 31. A. 183-3), is 
Vicar of Prees, co. Salop, Examining Chaplain to tie- 
Lord Bishop of Lichfield, and { jure uxoris) Lord of the 
Manor of Hormead ; he was formerly Chaplain of Kin::'- 
Coll., London, and the .first of H. M.'s Inspectors of 
Schools. The family was in the 17th century settledat 
Gelliswick, co. Pembroke : and branches of it are settled 
at Cresselly, St. Bride's Hill, and Dale Castle, all in 
Pembrokeshire. — Hormead Bury. Buntingford ; Resi- 
dence: Prees Viearaye, Shrewsbury. 

ABLEN, John, Esq., of Coleridge House, 
Devon. 

Eldest son of the late Michael Allen. Esq., of Coleridge 
House, by Agnes Cornish, dau. of John Cornish, Esq.. 
of Coleridge House, Devon ; 6.1791; .s. 1828; m. 1836 
Marianne Catherine, 2nd dau. of the late Edmund X. 
W. Fortescue, Esq., of Fallapit, Devon, and has sur- 
viving issue, 

* George Edmund, 6. 3841. 

Mr. Allen is a .LP. and D.L. for Devon, and was for- 
merly Capt, in tho N. Devon Militia. This family was 
formerly of Seveock. near Truro, Cornwall. — Coleridge 
House, Kinysbridyc, Devon. 

+ ALLEN, Capt. John Allen, late of Errol 
Park, Perthshire. 
Son of the late J. Allen, Esq.. of Errol Park: ft. IS—. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Perth, Lord of the Barony of 
Errol, and a Capt. in the Forfarshire .Militia. 

+ ALLEN, John Roy, Esq., of LyiigTbrd, Som- 
erset. 

Elder son of the late John Allen, Esq., of Lvneford ; 
1799: educated at Pembroke Coll.. CamLrM j. (B \. 
1821, M.A. 1825), called to the Bar at the Inner [Vmple 
182G; is a Magistrate for Somerset; late Recorder of 
Andover. — Lynyford House, Taunton. 

ALLEN, Joshua Jcllian, Esq., of Bicton, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. Darin Bird Allen, of Burton, 
h\ Mary .Anne Harriet, dau. of P. 1! .Tiillian, Rsq., 
LondonS b. 1799; ir. 1840; m. 1821 Martha, dau. of 
). Brooke, Esq., anil has issue, 

* .Tnt.lma Bird, educated nt PI. rnul\> and Triii. Coll., Cnm- 
bridge (B.A. 18401 ! ». 1823: m. 1S|* Mnrgarcttn Anne. 

puis hui. of Cel. Uertion, of POTtclow House, co. i\m- 

brokc. 

Sir. Alb n is a Magistrate for eo. Pembroke. This fa- 
mily is a branch of the Aliens of Crcssi llv (whom see). 
— Uieion, Mi{ford,Pcnibroit ,- 20, He^/ora Koh\ w.c. 

+ALL15N", Major Ralph SHurrLEWoimr, of 
lint luitnuton, Somerset . 

Eldest son ot the I Ralph Allen. I\q., of lliihump- 
ton: ft. 181S; n,. 1S|» Anne Eli/abelh, lib dau. of Sir 
Samuel ClIUllTO, lVni., who d. 1802, leaving i^iio. 
Mr. Alb n, who ian Magistrate for Somerset, md Major 
Somersetshire Militia, wna formerly ' apt H i. and 
Major u. en 'iiwull and iVvon Miners Artillery, Tin* 
family wax formerly of Prior Park, mar Bath. — DwA* 
ani]>(vn, Bulk, 

+ ALLEN. Thomas Nihmvp, Esq., of The 
YsH'hr. DUVK1 
Sain of tin- Inu Tliotnui Vllun, hVq . of The VmcIms by 

Saiuli hi* uife; />. 1HOO; r. 18211, Nt, 1 S.V2 CmuIIm 

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Josephine, dau. of — Robinson, Esq. (she d. 1S66V 
Is a Magistrate for Bucks (High Sheriff 1817).— The 
Vacltc, Vhcdfont St. Peter's, Slough; Reform Club, s.w. ; ; 
13, Holies Street, Cavendish Square, w. 

Heir Pres., his niece Miss Bunn, who has taken the name of 
Allen. 

ALLEX, William, Esq., of Lisconville, co. Cork. I 
Eldest son of the lale 'William Allen, Esq., of Liscon- 
ville bv Mary, dan. of James Low, Esq., of Sally Park, 
co. Cork; b. ,1807; si 18)4 ; m. IS IX Clara, dau. of j 
Christopher Blunt, Esq., of Dcraquin Castle, co. Kerry, i 
and has issue, 

• William, ft. Is-12. 

Mr. Allen, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin | 
(B.A. 1833\ is a Magistrate for co Cork. This family 
was formerly of Greenfield, co. Cork. — Lisconville, near 
Kant ark, co. Cork. 

+ ALLEX, William, Esq., of Woodhead Hall, 
Staffordshire. 
Son of the late W. Allen, Esq.; b. 1806; m. 1829 
Maria, dau. of Win. Shepherd, Esq., and has issue, an ! 
only son, 

• William Shepherd, ft. 1S.11 ; M.A. of Wnrthnm foil. .Oxford, 
and a Magistrate for co. Stafford.; elected M.P. for New- i 
castle-under-Lyne. 1M5. 

Mr. Allen is a Magistrate for co. Stafford. — Woodhead', 
Hall, Chaadle. 

+ ALLEX, the Rev. William Jeffkhys. 
Younger son of the late John Allen, Esq., of Lyrgford, 
Somerset, and brother of John Roy Allen. E--q. (w horn 
see); b. 1802. Educated at Pembroke C'oTl'i,' Cambridge' j 
(B.A. 1825, M.A. 1830) ; is a Magistrate tor S6inerset ; 
has been Incumbent of Michaelchurch since 1851. 

— Galchdl, Bridgcwaler. 

ALLEXBY, Henry Hvxmax, Esq., of Kernvickj 
House, and Garnsgatc Hall. Lincolnshire, j 
Eldest son of the late Hyntnou Raddisli Allenby, Esq., ! 
of Keswick House, by Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Bournej 
Esq.; b. 1820; s. 18(11 ; m. 1849 Eliza, dau. of Titus' 
Bourne, Esq., of Alford, co. Lincoln, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Henry Charles llynman, 6. 1S53. 

Mr. Allenby is a Magistrate for eo. Lincoln, and for the 
Borough of Louth, and Captain commanding the 3rd 
Lincolnshire Artillery Volunteers. — Kcnieivlc HoiiS'\ 
Loath anil Garnsgato Hall, Long Sutton, Lin ohishirc, 

ALLEYNE, Sir Reynold Abel, Bart., of Barton 
Hull, Staffordshire (cr. 1 7ti'.> ). 

Eldest surviving son of the latO Sir John Gay Alb vne, 
Birt., bv his 2nd wife, Jane, dau. of A. Alll'VllC, Esq.; 
b. 1789; as 2nd Bart. 180] ; m. 181(1 Rel>CC«l, dan. 
of John Olton, Esq., of Barbados (she d. 18G0). Edu- 
cated at Eton; was formerly Lieut, 16th Foot; a 
Member of II. M.'s Council in Barbados, anil Col. ot 
the St. peters ami Si. Lucia's regiment ot' Militia. 
This family were formerly Lords of the Mnnur of 
Buckeidinle, in Kent, hut emigrated during the (Jivil 
\Yur to Bai'hadoM, wlicrc they became large proprietors, 

— liarton-iindi r-Sadunod, jln/tmi-on- l nnt. 

Heir. hU Fon .lolm flay Newton (lata WnnlMI "f Dnlwtch 
Coll.). ft 1620; m. If il A.ugtiMA l-al« llii. ilaiii of tile lute 
Pir 11. Fit/ Herbert. I '.int., and ha*. « itli other IMUC, •It.v- 
noUl Henry NcV Ion, ft. lBftX 

+ ALLFORD, WitHAM Naish, Esq., of Folkc, 
Dorset. 

b. 1 79 - ; is married, and lias is . no, 

• William, In Hi.lv f ii.l- r . M.A. of Ma^la]. n Rati. Oxford) 
Rial Uiotnr of Fillks ; ft. IMO, 

Mr. Allf.nl is a Magi-train for DorMt and Somerset. 

— Fb'A't limine, near Shtrbom, 

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ALLEREY, HexRy .Wells, Esq., of Heming- 
ford House, Warwickshire. 
Second son of the late Edward Allfrey. Esq., of Sale- 
hurst, Sussex, by Margaret, dau. of Robert Sheddon, 
Esq., of Paulerspury Park. co. Northampton, ar.d 
brother of Robert Allfrey, Esq., of Woketveid Park. 
Berks (whom see); b. 1817; m. 1st 1845 Adeline 
Frances, dau. of the late Col. Sir Robert Moul.ray, of 
Cockairnie, eo. File (she d. 185.3) ; 2ndly 1S-39 Catherine 
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Philip Saltmarshe, Esq., of Salt- 
niarshe, co. York; he has by the former, with other 
issue, 

» Henry, ft. 1850. 
Mr. Allfrey, who was educated at Exeter Coll.. Oxford, 
is a Magistrate for co. Warwick. — Htmingford House, 
A! vest on, Stratford -on- Avon. 

ALLEREY, Robert, Esq., of Wokefield Park, 
Berks. 

Eldest son of the late Edward Allfrey, Esq., of Sale- 
hurst, Sussex, by Margaret, dau. of Robert Sneddon. 
Esq., of Paulerspury Park, co. Northampton, and Slat- 
woods, East Cowes, Isle of Wight: b. 1S09: s. 1834; 
m. 1831 Caroline dau. of William Hobson, Esq., and 
has, with other issue, 

• Goodrich Holin'sdale, Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards, 6. 1S35. 
Mr. Allfrey is a J.P. and D.L. for Berks (High Sheriff 
18.30). This family were settled in Sussex as early as 
the reign of Henry VIII. — Wukfcld Park, Reading; 
Conservative Club, s.w. 

ALLGOOD, Lancelot Jonx Hcxtek, Esq., of 
Numvick, N ortlmnibcvland. 
Eldest son of the late Robert Lancelot Allgood, Esq.. 
of Nunwiek, by Elizabeth, dau. of John Hunter. Esq., 
of the Hermitage; b. 1823; s. 1854; m. 1815 Louisa 
Charlotte, dau. of the late Sir Thomas Noel Hill. K.C.B. 
Educated at Rugby ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Northum- 
berland (High Sheriff 1858) ; and 1'atron of 1 living; 
was formerly Lieut. 13th Light Dragoons. — Nunwiek, 
Hcxhajn ; Armg and Xaiy L'/ab, s.w. 

Heir Pres., li is brother .Tame;!. M. A .. of Bra^cnose Coll., Oxfor.1. 
Hector of Ingram, >.' .rtlnimbcrlaml : ft. 1836; m. ISM 
Isabella, dau. of the late Charles A . Williamson, Esq. 

ALLISON, Joseph, Esq., of Bilby, Notts. 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Allison, Esq., of Bilby, 
by Mary, dau, of Matthew Booth, Esq., of Kirkbuiton. 
near Huddersfield; b. l ts "» ; 5. 1812; .'>■. 1817 Elizabeth, 
dau of William Uodgkinson, Ksq., of Torworth, Notts, 
ami has issti", 

• iYllllatn Uodgkinson, ft. 1838, 

— ILdly. ;nar Fa-it I}, t ford, Xotts. 

ALLISON', Robert ANDREW, Esq., of Scalelty 
Hall, Cutnbfirland. 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Allison. Esq.. of Carlisle 
(who d. 1842), by Jane, youngest dau. of the late John 
Andre*, Esq., of Carlisle; b. 1838; m. ISO? Laura 
Alicia, younger dau. of Joseph Milncr Atkinson, E-q., 
of Thorp Arch, co. York. Educated at Rugby and 
Tiinity Coll., Cambridge. Mr, Allioon {AirekMN tine 
property from the Fnrrvra in lsoj. — Stalely Hdl, 
i 'urli.i/r ; 1'brnijc Cub, s.w. 

ALLIX, CKAnt.ES Peter, Esq., of Swaffham 
1 louse, ( 'nmbrulgcsliirc. 

Only ion "f the I. He »'.>!. OhnrlfO Allht, of SwnfDiani 
House, by hit cousin Marx Catherine Elisabeth, dau. 
of Charles Allix, E«q , uf WtttonRtllty llnll. co Lin* 

| Colli; hi 1843| 1M0J; ,». Igfjfl l ol l A^netA Wcl 

Huston, 2nd rlttv, of Richard I„" lleean, hVq., of 
! Rrnwnrth Mall. KoitlMtnften, and bat ieono, a iboiuhti 
Mr. Altix, ffkn was rdncUod »t Kwron and lSinitj 
Coll., DritnbH<lg% it n Magtetrnte tor to. Cambridge^ 



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This is a younger branch of the family of Allix of 
Willoughby Hall (whom see). — Swclffham House, Cam- 
bridge ; 57, Montagu Square, Vi. 

ALLIX, Frederick William, Esq., of Wil- 
loughby Hall, Lincolnshire. 
Eldest son of the Lite Charles Allix, Esq., of Wil- 
loughby Hall (J. P. and D.L. for co. Lincoln), by Mary, 
dau. of William Hammond, Esq., of St. Alban's Court, 
Kent; 4. 1816; s. 1SG6 ; m. 1S44 Sophia Mary, only 
child of the late Christopher H. Noel, Esq., of Welling- 
gore Hall, co. Lincoln, and has, with other issue, 

• Noel Charles Harvey, b. 1851. 

Mr. Allix, who was educated at Harrow, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Lincoln. This family are descended from 
a noble house who fled from France at the revocation 
of the Edict of Nantes. — WiMoiigkby Hall, Grantham. 

ALLOTT, the Eev. John, of Hague Hall, co. 
York. 

Seeond but eldest surviving son of the late Rev. George 
Allott, of Hague Hall, by Mary, dau. of James Emer- 
ton, Esq., of South Kirkby ; b. 1811; s. 1848; m. 
1830 Catherine, dau. of W. Wilson, Esq., and has issue, 

• John, b. 1838. 

Mr. Allott, who was educated at St. John's Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 183;>), is a Magistrate for co. Lincoln, 
Eector of Maltby-le-Marsh, and Patron of that living. 
— Mai lb y-le-Marsh Rectory, At ford, Lincolnshire ; Hague 
Hall, Wakefield. 

ALLOWAY, Robert Morellet, Esq., of The 
Derries, Queen's Co. 
Eldest son of the late William Johnson Alloway, Esq., of 
the Derries, by Margaret, dau. of late Hon. Ex-Judge 
Robert Johnson, of Dublin ; b. 1807 ; s. 1829; m. 1832 
Marian, only dau. of W. Lewis, Esq., of Harlech, co. 
Dublin, and has, with other issue, 

• Robert Marmailuke, b. 1840. 

Mr. Alloway, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. 1829, M.A. 1833), and was called to the Irish 
Bar in 1830, is a Magistrate for Queen's Co. This 
family was formerly seated in Ayrshire, and is con- 
nected with the Montgonu ries and Barclays of Scotland. 
— The Derries, Ballybrittds, Queen's Co. 

ALLSOPP, Henry, Esq., of Hindlip Hall, Wor- 
cester. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Samuel Allsopp, Esq., 
by Frances, dau. of Charles Fowler, Esq., of Shrews- 
bury j b. 1811; m. 183'J Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Tongue, Esq., and has issue, 

• Samuel CJlmi'lM, 6. 1812 ; m. isns Goorglann Millleent. 
eldcttt dim. o( Charles [lowland l'ulmer-ilorewood, Esq., <>f 
Alfrctoti Park, no. Derby. 

Mr. Allsopp is a J.P. and D.L. for ro. Stafford, and a 
Ma cist rate for cos. Derby and Worcester; he purchased 
I he Hindlip estate in 1866 from the family of Visct. 
Snithwell. This family were formerly of AlsOp-en-le- 
I'de. Derbyshire.-- Hindlip Hall, Woreetttr; Windham, 
t'arlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. 

+ ALSTON, Crews, Esq., of Odell Cnsilc, 1 
Beds. 

KhlcHt surviving son of the late Justinian Alston, Esq., 
"'' Odell Castle, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Gen. 
■Mm Manners Ker j *, 1796; m. 1st 1H..I Marv, eldest 
<! in . ,f the lute Rev. Hugh Sprk. ar oi Dow hsh Wake, 
N.tn,.rs..| (slwtf, i860); Bud i s.i 7 Miss Smith ; lie has 
-u» by the former, 

IS48, an offloer lu Mm Herts feomanry 



[Ame 

Coxstaele, of 



i linniM Orewe, ft 
d'avalfy, 

Alston is it Magistrate lor Bed* (High 81u riff 1802), 
1 "•' the Manor Of Odell, end I'Mtron of 1 livme. 
f.ltlicrof the urctent OWUer Was n natural son of 

1771. 



r fhumni Alston. Hart., of Odell, who d 
Wtii < a>t!r, /;,,//;„•,/, SB, Bthitt l*arA\ n.w. 



ALSTON, the Rev. Edward 
Denning-ton, Suffolk. 
Only son of the late Edward Daniel Alston Esq 
Patron of Dennincton, by Eliza, dau. of J. Frei 1 orn" 
Esq., of Great Maplestead, Essex; b. 1816; s. 1S43- 
in. 1839 Harriette, dau. of the late W. Raekham', Esq.j 
of Norwich; 2nd 1855 Anne Maria, dau. of the lata 
Thomas Simpson, Esq., of Ffford, and has by the 
former, with other surviving issue, 

* Arthur Richard, b. 1841. 
Mr. Alston, who was educated at Caius Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1839, M.A. 1812), is a Magistrate for Suffolk. 
Sector of Dennington, and Patron of that living. This 
family is descended from the Alstons of Sayham Hall, 
Newton, Suffolk, in which parish they have possessed 
property since the reign of Edward III.— Doinington, 
Framlingham, Suffolk. 

ALSTON, William Chaeles, Esq., of Elmdon 
Hall, Warwickshire. 
Elder son of the late William Charles Alston, Esq., 
J.P. and D.L. of Elmdon Hall, by Elizabeth Anne, 
youngest dau: of Col. Fetherston, of Paekwood ; b. 
1842; s. 1862; is Lord of the Manor of Elmdon. This 
family were formerly of Bedfordshire; rhev went to 
Scotland with the Duke of Hamilton, temp. Edward III. ; 
their property was confiscated in 1715, and thev were 
obliged to tly to France. — Elmdon Hall, Birmingham. 
Heir Pres., his brother James, b. 18-14. 

ALTAMONT, Earl of. (See under Sligo, Marquis of.) 

ALTHORF, Viscount. (See under Spencer, Earl.) 

AMBERLEY, Viscount. (See under Fussell, Earl.) 

AMCOTTS. (See Craerqft-Amcotts.) 

AMCOTTS-INGILBY, Lady, of Broxholme, 
Yorkshire. 

Mary Ann, only dau of the late John Clementson. Esq., 
by Elizabeth, 4th dau. of the late Sir Thomas 
Turton, Bart, (ext.), of Scarborough Castle. Surrey ; m. 
1843 (as his 2nd wife) Sir William Amcotts-Inpilby, 
Burt., of Kettlethorpe Park, co. Lincoln, and Ripley 
Castle, co. York, who d.s.p. 185-1, when his titli a became 
extinct. Is Lady of the Manor of Broxholme. Tho 
late Baronet, who held the two Baronetcies of Ingilby 
( I 7 S 1 ) and Amcotts (1796), was a cousin of the present 
Sir H.J. Ingilby, Hart, (whom see). — Broxholme, Ilij'hy. 

AMERY, John, Esq., F.S.A., of P;.rk Houso, 
Worcestershire. 

Eldest sou of the late John Amery, Esq., of Norton, 
ro. York, by Anno, dau of J. Eeeles, ESsq. , b. 1799; 
m. 1824 Anna Dorothea, dau. of Rev. F. W. Fobler, 
who d. 1857, leaving issue, 

• John prortt rick Foster, t>. 1824. 
Mr. Amery, who was called to the Bar at Oray's-Inn 
1838, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Worcester, and a 
Ma'ja'htr.ite for co. Stafford, — Park Ilviisr, Stourbridge; 
Erhington Manor, 1\ rshorr. 

AMERY, John Sparks, Esq., of Druid Roues, 

1 )r\ on. 

Eldest unn of the late John Anierv. Esq . of Narrow- 
more, Devon; b. 1MJ. Is a Magistrate tor Devon. 
—Druid House, Ashlmrlon. 

+ AMES, Edward Levi, Esq., of Cleveland*, 

1 Vvon. 

Third son of the Into ft entire Henry Ames. Esq., of 
Cote HOU 80, by Anna, dau. of O. Aola'.d. Esq ; A. 
18—; .«. li in uncle, John Ames, E»q.. lSfi;. Tim 
family i* n younger bmnrh of the fnmilv of Ante*, of 
The llrde. Clriflnuds, Vplymr, l.ymr It'tvis 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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AMES, Henry Metcalfe, Esq., of Linden, 
Northumberland. 
Younger son of the late Levi Ames, Esq., of The Hyde, 
Herts (who (/. ISIG'l, by Anne Bird, dau. of Henry 
Metcalfe, Esq., of Mcrton. Northumberland, and brother 
of Lionel Ames, Esq. (whom sec); b. 1814; m. 1852 
Elizabeth, dau. of Major Cadogan, of Brinkburn Priory, 
Northumberland, and has, with other issue, 

• Henry, 6. 18-54. 

Mr. Ames is a Magistrate for Northumberland (High 
Sheriff 1864).— Linden, Morpeth. 

AMES, Lionel, Esq., of The Hyde, Herts. 

Eldest son of the late Levi Ames, Esq., of The Hyde, 
by Anne Bird, dau. of Henry Metcalfe, Esq.. of Merton, 
Northumberland; l>. 1809 ; s. 1810: m. 184S Augusta 
Percy, dau. of Col. Sir John Morillyon Wilson, C.B., 
K.H., and has, with other issue, 

• Lionel Neville Frederick, b. 1S-10. 

Mr. Amos, who is a Magistrate for Herts for the 
Liberty of St. Alban's, and Bedfordshire (High Sheriff 
18G5), served for three years as Lieut. -Col. of the I 
Herts Militia, and was formerly Capt. 17th Lancers. I 
— The Hyde, St. Albans; Arthurs u/ul Junior United 
Service Clubs, s.w. 

AMHERST, Earl (William Pitt Amhep.pt).— 
Cr. 1826. 

Eldest son of William, 1st Earl, by the Hon. Sarah, 
dau. and co-heir of Lord Archer (ext.), and widow of 
Other Hickmai., oth Earl of Plymouth (ext.) ; k 1805 ; 
s. 18o7 ; in. 1834 Gertrude, dau. of the late Hon. and 
Eight Rev. Hugh Percy, D.D., Bishop of Carlisle, j 
Educated at Westminster and Cli. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 
1828); is a J.P. and D.L for Kent, and Patron of 1 
living; was M.P. for Kent, 1831-2. The 1st Earl was 
Governor-General of India. — Montreal, near Sevcnoaks, 
Kent ; 43, Grosvinor Square, W. 

Heir, his son William Archer, Vi-ct. Holmesdale of Linton 
Place, Kent, a Dep.-Lieut. for that co. and M.l*. for West 
Kent; late dipt. Coldstream Gourds ; l>. IS36; m. 1862 
Lady Julia Mann-Cornwallip, only surviving child and 
heir of James, 0th and last, Earl Cornwallis (ext.). 

AMHERST, the Right Rev. Francis Kkebil, of 

Fieldgate House, Warwickshire. 
Elder son of the late William Kerrtl Amherst. K<.q , of 
Fieldgate House, by Mary Louisa, dau. of the late 
Francis Fortescue Turville, Esq.. of Bdsworth Hall, co. 
Leicester; h. 1819. Educated at St. Mary's. Oseott ; 
is Roman Catholic Bishop of Northampton. This family | 
descends from a common ancestor with Karl Amhcrwl. i 

— Fi/ldgate Home, Keriilworih ; H'mhop'i House, Xorth- 1 
amjpton. 

Heir /')/•«., hit broMu r Willinui .Tonepb, 1820 : colled to tin- ' 
ftar lit the Middle Ti niplc I ■ I ! ; is do* In llol) ( mlrrs of , 
the Hottmn Catholic Church. 

AM HURST. (See Tysscn-Amhurst.) 

AMOUY, Jotiu IIiiATncoAT, Esq., of Bollinrri, 
Devonshire. • 

Only son of the late Satntn 1 \inory. l'.-q . of Poftlnnd 

Place, London (who <'■ l >-('•<>> , by Anno, dim. ami heir 
of the Into John Ilefttheont, H«fl., oi II.. Hum. many 
years M.l'. fnr Tivcrlon i >>. l s:: l ; r.liin grandfather 
1869; m. 1883 Henrietta Mary, only dau. ol William 

Unwin, Esq., ami has surviving iasUO, 

• Jan Murrny, b. I800i 

Mr. Amorv, who was educated nt University Coll., Lon- 
don, kepi fei'tni for the Biivnl Lincoln's Inn, bul wo» nol 

callid to tin- liar ; if) a .1 V. and I ». I - fi>r Devon, t«onl ol 

the Manor of Bolhnm, nrnl Cunt. 1 11 li l)ovon liiflu Volun- 
teer!. — Evlham Home, ZHwrfoM; Itifonft cli<b,a.vt. 

AMOS, WlLMAM, E«q , of St. Lbbs, llotis. 
Eiclcit 100 of the l ite Andn «• Arnow, E*4 , J.P, of St. 

Ibbl (Downing Proft I of (.''.111111.01 l.mv 111 I nn .1 It} 
IS 



of Cambridge, a Member of the Supreme Council of 
India, and Keeorder of Oxford, Nottingham, and Ban- 
bury), by Margaret, dau. of Professor Lax; b. 1S27 ; 
s. 1860. Educated at Trinity Coll.. Cambridge (B.A. 
ISoO, M.A. 1853); is Lord of the Manor of St. lbbs. 
— St. Ibbs and Hippolilt's, Hit chin, H. rts. 

Heir Pres.. his brother James, b. 1828 ; educated at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1851, M.A. 1834). 

AMPHLETT, Jonx, Esq., of Clent House, 

Worcestershire. 
Only son of the late John Amphlett. Esq., of Clent 
(wlio d. 1826), by Eliza, dau. of Benjamin Bcnyon, Esq., 
M.P., of Hautrhton, Slii'ffnal, co. Salop; b. 1820 ; s. his 
grandfather, John Amphlett, Esq., 1844 ; m. 181-1 Jane, 
dau. of the late K. Smithson, Esq., of Skipwith, co. York, 
and has, with other issue, 

* John, b. 1845. 

Mr. Amphlett represents a family anciently resident at 
Salwarpe, co. Worcester. — Clent House, Stourbridge. 

AMPHLETT, Richard Paul, Esq., Q.C., of 
Wyclihold Hall. Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Holmden Amphlett, 
Rector of lladzor, co. Worcester, by Sarah, dau. of 
Nathaniel Paul. Esq., of Bloonisbury Square. London ; 
b. 1809; m. 1840 Frances, only child and heiress-at-law 
of the late Edward Ferrand, Esq., of St. Ives, co. York. 
Educated at St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1831, 
M.A. 1834), of which Coll. he was also a Fellow ; called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1834 ; appointed one of Her 
Majesty's Counsel and a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1808 ; 
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. AVoreestcr. — fVyehl.old Hall, 
Droitwich ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. ; 32, Wim- 
pole Strict, w. 

Heir Pres., his nephew Richard Holmden, b. 18 — . 

AXDERDOX, James Hughes, Esq., of West 
Pennard, Somerset. 
Eldest son of the late John Froctor Anderdon, E s q., of 
Farley Hall, Berks, by Anna Oliver, eldest dau. of 
Thomas Oliver, Esq., of Bristol, formerly Deputy-Go- 
vernor of Massachusetts, IT S. ; 6. 1800. Mr. Ander- 
don, who was formerly a Merchant in London, n pre- 
sents a family who hare been connected with Somerset- 
shire for upwards of 200 years. — West Pennard. Shrp- 
ton Mtttlet ; Athenwuin Club, s.w. ; 23, Upper Grosrcnor 
Street, s.w. 

//iir Pre*., hu n^phru' John Edmund, of Hentade TToupe, 

m-nr Tnnntou (2ml son of John And. rdon. F.-q., of ("hi le- 
hur>t. Rent) ; b. lSJS; educated nt F.ton and n-iMiol Co'l.. 
Oxford 'P.A. IS.')); In Lord of the Manor of Hcnlade, 
and a I'ir.itor of the 11. mk of l.-.ndon. 

ANDERSON", Sir Ciuri.es Hesm John, Bart.. 
ot'Lon, Lincolnshire (cr. 1660). 

KM. st pi>n of the lute Sir Clm rlcs John Anderson, B nt , 
of Lea, by Frances Marv. dau. of the late Sir John Nel- 

thorpo, Bnrt., of Swvby ; b. isoi ; b ns 10th Bart. 1840 ; 

fit, 1 S32 Kmma, dau. of the late John Silvile Foli iml-e, 
1> I , of AMwuike. Notts. Educated at Or el Coll., 

Oxfonl (15.A. 1820, M.A. L828); is a Mngislmte for the 

\\. Hiding uf V<ii'k-liii'.'. and .11'. and Dl.. for co Lin- 
coln (lli^li SheritV 1861), and Chairman of the Quarter 
Sessions ; it n Patron of I living. Tliil family ts 
descended from Wouor AndeiWMl de Wwwliy, ttHtf. 
I'Mwnrd IV., and said to be of DiNitith pttmotiou. — £m 
Hull, (?(ttHsf»rf»»'ffA ,• AtkttHMn club, s.w. 

Ittir, M< nn Frnm l« Po1]RmM| f>lnr«tnd at Ftrn ; t Mnpln 
tinti" for co. I in sin , '.. IMS, 

ANDKUSOX, Sir Ai KXAXDER, of Phdnck, Abcr- 
dcctinhirc (cr. 18t»3), 

Son of the late 1(, v. William AndertOn, of Stri.-hen, 

Ai.. i. In n. hy Helen, dun. of Dr. Alexander l indlxv, 

Surd' on . 1808 . •". I83A R*< In 1. d.iu.of W illiam 

• II.. utcootdfd hit coiiiin, ll»e lute Mr«. 8. T. An Union, in thia 
• «lnti', IMT, 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



[Ang 



Johnston, Esq., of View-field, co. Aberdeen. Educated 
ii( Aberdeen University ; became an advocate at the 
Scottish Bar 1827 ; is Lord Provost of Aberdeen, and a j 
Magistrate for that city and county. — Blelack, by Tar- 1 
Li til, Aberdeenshire ; Fenton's Hotel, St. James's St., s.w. j 

ANDERSON, Sir James (cr. 1866). _ 

Son of the late Mr. J. Anderson, of Dumfries ; b. 1824. 
I< a Capt. in the Merchant Service, and commander of the 
(in at Eastern. Knighted for his services in laying the I 
Atlantic Cable 1865-6. 

ANDERSON, Lady, of Cromall Lodge, Argyll- 
shire. 

Jane, dau. of the late Archibald Wright, Esq., of Or- 
miston, co. Haddington ; in. 1833 (as 2nd wife) Sir j 
George William Anderson, K.C.B., who d. 1857. i 
— Cromall Lodge, Campbelltown, Argyllshire ; 99, Wesi- 
bourne Terrace, w. 

ANDERSON, Alexander Joiin, Esq., of Kin- 
gask, Fifeshire. 
Eldest son of the late Major Alexander Anderson (of 
the H.E.I.C.'s Service, a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Eife), by; 
Mary Margaret, eldest dau. of J. U. Hampton, Esq., of i 
Henllys, Anglesey; b. 1827 ; s. 1855. Is a Capt. in the 
Indian Army. — Kiugask, Montraw, Fifeshire. 

ANDERSON, David, Esq., of St. Germains, 
Haddingtonshire. 
Eldest son of the late David Anderson, Esq., by 
Christina, dau. of the Rev. Robert Eindlay, of Drun- 
more, Mid-Lothian ; b. 1791; s. 1825; m. 1828 Char- I 
lutte, dau. of Sir James Nasmyth, Bart., of Posso, and ! 
by her (who d. 1868) has, w ith other issue, 

• Jame3 Warren Hastings, Capt. 87th Foot; b. 1836. 

Mr. Anderson, who was educated at the High School 
and University of Edinburgh, and Ch. Ch., Oxford, 
and called to the Scottish Bar 1814, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for co. Haddington. — St. Germains, Long IS'iddry, 
Haddingtonshire, N.B. ; Union Club, s.w. 

ANDERSON, James, Esq., of Bleaton, Perth- 
shire. 

Fourth son of tholato Mr. William Anderson, of Blair- 
gowrie, by Agnes, dau. of John Dow, Esq., of Buttcrston ; 
o 1797; m. 1836 Mary, dau. of Laurence Chapman,| 
Esq., of Crieff, and has, with other issue, 

• Gnorco Brown Anderson, I. 1888, 

Mr. Anderson, who was educated at the University of 
iMinburgh, is a Magistrate and Commissioner of 
Supply for co. Perth. — Bleaionhallet, Blairgowrie, Perth- 
'lure. 



Die u, CO. 

>rson (many 
Anne, eldest 

s. 1859 ; m. 
•w, Esq 

other IBSUet 



of 



ANDERSON, James, Esq., of Grace 
Wat or ford. 
Eldest son of tho late Rev. Joshua Andt 
v ars Rector of Myshall, eo. Carlow), by 
d in. of Capt William Perceval ; />. 1 81 6 ; 
1842 Margaret, dau. of Thomas Can 
ISilliniimona, co. Waterford, and lias, with 

* Thuniiw William, h. 1«53. 
Mr. Audi-won, who was educated it T 
J 1 ildin.jHu Magistrate for co. Watrrfofj 1 . 
' '"• r| y ^ tiled at Wester Eyre, Dorbeek, 
» I'M in Ireland temp. William III.— 
"••trrfi.rj. r 

♦ VM)KI{SON, the Rev. Thomas, of Eelsham, 
SMllulk. 

' t - n ol the late W. And.r-.on, Esq, ; b. I7<)t ; 
• >l Mary, dan. of — Campbell, Esq., who d. 185-, 

" " Villi other 

" ii.-.'tor of x.->« n Darmtnotanj 1. 1M4! ™ 

ii K iin<«th Julia, iMost Ana. <<< tltd linn, mvI it. v. 
» in "' i i ('"u"'" 1 r»nd.(1»Ui of Edward, in visteoAi 



rinity Cull., 
This family, 
in Scotland, 

Grace l)uu. 



Mr. Anderson, who was educated at Exeter Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1816, M.A. 1819), is a Magistrate for 
Suffolk, and Chairman of the Bury St. Edmund's 
Quarter and Petty Sessions ; Rector and Lord of the 
Manor of Felsham, and Patron of that living. This 
family is of Scottish extraction. — Felsha,a Rectory, 
Woolpit, Suffolk. 

ANDERTON, William Ince, Esq., of Euxton 
Hall, Lancashire. 
Only son of the late William Ince Anderton, Esq., of 
Euxton and Ince, by Mary Frances, only dau. of 
Christopher Crook, Esq. /of London ; b. 182.3; S. 1818; 
m. 18.30 Lady Emma Prances .Mary, 2nd dau. of Arthur 
Jam.es, 9th Earl of Fingall, and by her, who d. 1S66, 
has, with other issue, 

* William Arthur Ince, b. 1S35. 

Mr. Anderton, who is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, 
Lord of the Manors of Euxton and Ince, and a Capt. 
in the Lancashire Hussars, was formerly in the 17th 
Lancers. — Euxton Hall, Chorley, Lancashire. 

AND OVER, Viscount. (See under Suffolk, Earl of. ) 

ANDREW, Charles, Esq., of Greenhill, Che- 
shire. 

Eourth son of tho late George Andrew, Esq., of Greeu- 
hill, by Grace, 2nd dau. of — Brown, Esq.; b. 1821 ; 
m. 18.50 Ann, dau. of Samuel Ashton, Esq., of Pole 
Bank, co. Chester, and has issue four daughters. Mr. 
Andrew is a Magistrate for co. Chester, and a Merchant 
and Manufacturer at Compstall. — Greenhill, Compstall, 
Stockport ; licfortn Club, s.w. 

ANDREW, George, Esq., of Apsley House, 
Lancashire. 
Youngest son of the late Giles Andrew. Esq., of Ba- 
quley Hill House. Mossley, by Amelia, dau. of Anthony 
Hardy, Esq., of Mossley; h' 1821 : m. 1848 Hannah, 
dau. of George Mayall, Esq., of White Hall, Mossley, 
and has, with other issue, 

* Georfjo Alfred, 6. 1858. 

Mr. Andrew is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, a Mer- 
chant and Manufacturer at Manchester and Mossley, 
ami Mavor of the Manor of Ashton-utoder-Lyne.— Apsley 
House, Mosslry, Manchester; Reform Club, s.w.; Etform 
Club, Manchester. 

ANDREWS, the late John, Esq., of Rivington 
Hall, Lancashire. 
Second son of tho late Robert Andrews, Esq., of 
Rivington Hall, and of Little 1 > rer Halt, co. Lancaster, 
by Saralt, dim. of Thomas Cocki-hott, Esq., of Marlow, 
eo. York ; b. 1786; *. his brother Robert 18.38 ; was 
Lord of tho Manor of Rivington; d, 180$, and is *. 
by the dau. and grandson of his only si>tor Hannah 
Maria, who tn. Robert Fletcher, Esq , of Liverpool. 
— litrin itvn Hull, near Chorlejf, Lancashire, 

ANG KR STEIN , Wim.iam, Esq., of Woodlands, 
Kent, and Wcefcing 11 ill. Norfolk, 
Young' m. son of tho late John Anguretcio, Esq. (who 
was M l', fur Greenwich t836-7)i by Amelia, duo, of 
tie- late William L . k. , E*q., of Norbury IVrk, surrrv, 
an l grandson of J. J, iVngcrstein, Ksq. (whose pictures 

were the nucleus of the National Gallery): b 1 S 1 1 ; 
a. his brother 18i>ti; tn. 1649 Mary Ann, only child of 
the lato William Nottlesltip, Esq., and has, with other 

issue, 

* WllUtmJitt., 6, IH14;m. IMS /LllgUtta Fmmv« Annp.onlj 

clili.l ol sir ITvnr] IToaro, Dart. 
Mr. Angcstoin, who «.»•< educated .»< H irWPf Mnd Ch. 
Cli.. Oxford, i» a .1 P. and D.L for K -nt . he v>.<* M P 
for Greenw ich 1SV.I -<;.">.- Woodbinds. />" i. tHenfA, Kent, 
\ftrting Hull. Itrandon, Sotfilk; Trutdltfd Cub. 

S.w. ; i,V Strut/mi Str.rf, w. 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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ANGLESEY. Marquis of (Henry Paget, P.C.). 
— Cr. 1815. 
Eldest son of Henry, 1st Marquis, by Lady Caroline 
Elizabeth, dau. ot' George, 4th Karl of Jersey ; b. 1797 ; 
s. 1854; m. 1st 1819 Eleanora. dau. of Col. John 
Campbell (she d. 1828); 2nd 1833 Henrietta, dau. of 
the Right Hon. Sir C. Bagot, G.C.B. (she d. 1S44); 
3rd 1800 Ellen Jane., dau. of Georjie Burnard, Esq., 
divorced from W. Bell, Esq. Educate 1 at Westminster; 
is a Col. retired, formerly in the 42nd Eoot ; is Lord- 
Lieut, and Gustos Eotulorum of Anglesea, for which he 
was M. P. 1820-32 ; was summoned to tho House of 
Lords 1832, as Lord Paget, created 1550. The first 
Marquis was a Field-Marshal in the Army. This 
family are maternally descended from the ancient 
noble house of Paget, the present peer's grandfather 
having assumed that name in lieu of Bayly. — Beau- 
desert, Lichfield.; 33, Albemarle Street, w. 

Heir, his son, Henry William George F.nrl of UxbrM|re ; 
educated at Westminster; a Magistrate 'or Norfolk, a 
Dep. -Lieut, for co. Stafford, la*e Lieut.-Col. Staffordshire 
Militia; formerly Lieut. l«t Life Guards; M.P. for South 
Staffordshire 1845-7; 6. 1R21 ; m. 1*15 Sophia, dau. of J. 
Everstield, Lsci., of Dcane Tark, Sussex. 

ANKETELL, Matthew John, Esq., of Anketell 
Grove, co. Monaphan. 
Eldest son of the late William Anketell, Esq , J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Monaghan, by Sarah, dau. of John Waring? 
Maxwell. Esq., of Fininbrogue ; b. 1812; s. 1 8-j 1 ; ra. 
1840 Catherine Frances Anne, dau. of David Ker, Esq., 
M.P., of Portavo, eo. Down (by his wife Lady Selina, 
dau. of Robert, 1st Marquis of Londonderry), and has, 
with other issue, - 

• Matthew David, b. 1841. 
Mr. Anketell, who is a J.P. and D.L. fnr co. Monaghan 
(High Sheriff 1833), was formerly Major .Monaghan 
Militia. This family is sprung from Anschitil Fitz 
Ameline, a Norman officer of Queen Matilda, who 
acquired a grant of land in Dorset circa 1066 
(see Domesday Book). — Anketell Grove, Emyvdle, co. 
Monaghan.- 

ANNALY, Lord (Henry White).— Cr. 1803. 

Fourth son of tho late Luke White, Esq., of Woodlands, 
co. Dublin (who was many years M.P. for co. Leitrim, 
and d. 1854), bv Eliza, dau. of ■ — Maziere, Esq.; b. 
1791; m. 1829 Ellen, dau. of William S. Dempster, 
Esq., of Skibo f'astle, co. Sutherland. Educated at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B. A. 1810); is Lord-Lieut, and 
Custos Rotuloruiu of co. Longford, and Col, Longford 
Militia; was M.P. for co. Dublin 1323-32, for co. 
Longford 1837 17. and 1 857-6 1 . — WoodhmiU, ChntiUA 
co. Dublin • RathcHne, Dnncsborotiah, co. Longford ; Tit- J 
PiSS Pari,; SumtinyhUJ, lt< rtcs ; ID, Uelgravt Square, s.w. 
Ilrir, his mn tailie. a Junior l.or.l of Ihn Treftsurv. a MaRif 
trate for co. Dutillu, and Lieut,. t'ol. Loncrford itillnn; late 
MP. for Kidiioi'inlliKter, &«(! formerly M 1'. for Cm. C are 

ooii Loiipforit ; formerly C'apt. 19th Light Drflgonm; t. 
1830 ; Mi I s vi Luiily. putt, of .Tame* Stuart, l.-<\., and hni 
with other Iksuv, • Luke, b. 1857, 

ANNANDALE, Jons, Esq., of Shotley, co. 
Durhnm. 

Son of Thomas fVnnnndalc, Esq., I'.ni's, ( ,f Sow- 
rh*tlo-upon-T,viTP| nntl nephew of 1 lie late IVtcr Ainuui- 
dale, Esq.. ofSliotlcy Grove (whl «as a M minlrute for 
pftti Northumberland and Durham); h, s. hi- 

uncle, P. Anmindale, Km)., 18(12; m, INiil Louisa Kate, 

eldest dm. uf Hyatt \\ i*f, I >>q , ..I The OrOVe, Unities- 

li itn, Suffolk, .Mr. Annandnlc renrririttfl n family of 
ScolUih extraction,- II uwtHoust, Shotliy, Gatcshtad, 

ANNESLEY, Earl (William Richard Axki i. 
t.tv 1780. 

h'H\ ot Willi, ra lii'diard, 3rl l*!arl, bv Ills 2nd 
wife l'n«eill t, dau, uf the lite Hugh M 00 ro | l'.-i.uf 

Eglrtntim Ljj'lgr, cu, Down; >■. lam, •. 1838, lulu* 
SO 



cated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (M.A. 1851); is a 
Magistrate for co. Down, and Patron of 2 livings; was 
M.P. for Great Grimsby 18-52-7 ; elected a Repre- 
sentative Peer for Ireland 1807. — Castle Wdlan. eo. 
Down; Carlton Club, s.w.; 25, Sor/olk Street, Park 
Lane, w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Hnsrh. S. 1831; educated at Eton ; is 
Lieut. -Col. Scots Fusilier Guards ; serred in the Crimea 
1S54-5 ; has been M.P. for co. Cavan since 1857. 

ANNESLEY, Arthur, Esq., of Ardilla, co. 
Down. 

Only son of the late Rev. William Annesley. of Ar- 
dilla, by Elizabeth Fances, dau. of — Revnell. E:-q. ; b. 
ISO- ; s. 1809. Educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin; 
represents a younger branch of" the family of Earl 
Annesley. — Ardilla, Downshire. 

i ANNESLEY, Arthur Ly tteltox, Esq., of Arley 
Castle, Staffordshire. 
Eldest son of the late Major-General Norman Macleod, 
C.B. (who d. 1831), by Lady Hester Annabella Annes- 
ley, sister of George, last Earl of Mountmorris (ext.) ; 
b. 1802 ; s. his uncle 1844, and assumed his name by- 
Royal licence ; m. 1835 Mary, dau. of John Bradley, 
Esq., of Colborne Hall, co. Stafford, and has issue, 

* Arthur, 6. 183C. 
Mr. Annesley, who is a Ma"ristrate for cos. Salop and 
Worcester, was formerly a Capt. in the Army. — Arley 
Castle, Bewdley ; Army and JS'avy Club, s.w. 

ANNESLEY, Marcus William, Esq., of Oak- 
ley, co. Down. 
Only son of the late Marcus John Annesley, Esq., of 
Killylea, by Caroline, dau. of the late Ferdinando 
Smith, Esq., of the Grange, Halesowen, co. Salop; b. 
180- ; s. 1858; in. 1846 Frances Elizabeth, sifter of 
the late Sir Francis Holyoake-Goodricke, Bart., and 
widow of Henry Horndern, Esq., of Dunstall Hall, 
co. Stafford. Represents a younger branch of the 
family of Earl Annesley. — Oakby, Kiltyha, Dounshirr. 

ANNESLEY, Richard GROVE-. Esq., of 
Anne's Grove, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of the late Lieut. -Gen. the Hon. Arthur 
Annesley (3rd son of Richard, 2nd Earl Annesley, 
who assumed the namp of Grove, and d. 1819, by Eliza- 
beth, dau. of John M ihon. Esq.. «,f Bcsborough, co. 
Tinpcrary; b. IRIS ; 1863; Educated at Eton and 
Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a Magistrate for co. Cork ; re- 
presents a younger branch of the family of Earl An- 
nesley. — Anm's Grove, Costhnunrvchr, co. Cork. 

A N'N ESLEY. (See under Valentin, FtscOHNf.) 
+AKSLEY, Gilbert John, Em]., of St, Ives, 

Hunts. 

Eldest son of tho late (4. Ansley. Esq., of St. Ires; h 
1828. Educated at Eton and Trinity Ooii., Cambridge 
i H A. 1861); is a Magistrate for Hunts —Nf. ft**, 
Huntingdon, 

anson, Sit- .i<>ii\ William Hamilton, Bui 
(cr. 1881) 

El list son of the Into Gen, Mr William Anson. G.C.B 
(who was younger brother of the 1st Visoount An«»n 
and uncle of th.> |g| Karl of Lichfield), by Lout?* 
France* Mary, only child of John Dickenmn, Esq ; ' 
1S10; .« 1847 i "i. 1 84 'J RHjtaheth Katherinc. dau o 
M i.|..r-(n n Sir D.i.i- IV 1 ,. Ki'.ll. »■ i frmttd dan , 
the Ik Marquis .it W*Aterford, K.R Edumted at Etoi 
and Trinity Coll . C imhrldfR ; ik a M.iuistnte for Sa- 
■ox, a J.P. and D.L for co, Lun a-ter. and Patron of l 
living; w.ir formerly Lieut. lb>vil llnr>e Quards 
Pi <-t/,ind ftnet, w. 

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VXSOX, the Hon. Augustus Hexry Archibald, 
V.C. 

Third son of Thomas William, 1st Earl of Lichfield, by 
Louisa Catherine, youngest dait. of Nathaniel Phillips, i 
E-q.. of Slebeck Hall, eo. Pembroke; b. 1833 ; m. 1SG3 j 
Amelia Maria, eldest dau. of the Bev. Thomas Leigh. 
Claugh'ton, Viear of Kidderminster. Is a Major unat- 
tached ; was successively Capt. of RiHe Brigade; dpt. 
84fh Foot, 10th Dragoons, and 7th Dragoons; .served 
with distinction in the Crimea 185.4-5; in India j 
1S57-9, in China 1860: elected ALP. for Lichfield j 
1 So9. — Shiighnroiigh, Stafford ; Garrick and Army and] 
PTal'ti Clubs, s.w. 
* 

ANSON. (See under Llchfidd, Earl of.) 

AN STRUTHER, SirRortEGT.Bart., of Balcaskie, i 
Fifeshire (cr. 1694). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Ralph Abercrombie Anstru- 1 
ther, Bart., of Balcaskie (J.P. and D.L., and formerly 
Capt. in Grenadier Guards), by Mary Jane, dau. of the 
late Major-General Sir Henry Torrens, K.C.B. ; b. 1834; • 
s. as oth Bart. 1863 : >n. 1857 Louisa, dau. of the Rev. | 
William Kiiox Marshall, Vicarof Bridgnorth. Educated i 
at Harrow ; is Lord-Lit- ut. of co. Fife, a J.P. and U.L. for 
co. Caithness, andPatron of 1 living; elected 3I.P. forco. I 
Fife 1864; was formerly Capt. and Lieut;-Col. Grena- 1 
dier Guards. — Balcaskie, Piiicnwet m, Fifeshire ; Waitin I 
House, Caithness, N.B. ; 24, Onsloiv Square, s.yt. 
Heir, his sou Kalph William, b. 1S5S. 

AXSTRTJTRER, Sir Windham Carsiichael, 
Bart., of Carmichael aud Wcstraw, Lanark- i 
shire (cr. 1694). 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late Right Hon. | 
Sir John Anstruther, Bart., of Carmichael and Wcstraw ! 
(some time Chief Justice at Calcutta), by Maria, dau. 
of Edward Price, Esq. ; b. 1790 ; s. his n-ephew as 8th 
Bart. 1831; m. 1st 1824 Meredith Marin, dau. of 
Charles Wetherell, Esq. (she <1 . 1840) ; 2nd 1811 Anne 
Constance, youngest dau. of Allen W. Grey, Esq. I she 
d, 1806) ; 3rd 1859 Mary Anne, dau. of John Parsons, 
Ksq. Is Heritable Carver to the Royal Household in 
Scotland ; a J.P. and D.L. for co. Lanark, and Major 
1st Lanark Militia. — Curmickael and Wcstraw House, 
near Lanark, N.B. ; 35, Albany Villas, Briyhton. 

Heir, his son Windham Charles James, a Magistrate for co. 
Lanark, b. 1826. 

ANSTRUTHER, .Tames Hamilton Li,otd, Esq., 
of Hintleshaui Hull, Suffolk. 

Second son of the Into General Kohrrl An-arurher. ivlm 

fell at Gornnna 18(H), by Charlotte Lucy, dau uf Col. 
J times Hamilton, and grandson of the late Sir Robert 
Anstruther, Bart., of Balcaskie ; b, 1807; m. 1st [838 
Georpiana Charlotte, eldest dau, of the late Hon. L M, 
l'lrr.ll (shoo'. ib43); 2nd 1817 the Hon. G-eorgina 
• liristinn, dau. of George, 5th Viscount Harrington, and 
has by the former, with other issue, 

• Robert, b. 1841. 
Mr Anstruther, who was ocWfttr-d nt Sandhurst, is a 

J P. «ml D.L, for Suffolk, and Lord of Die .Ma nor of 

iilnth'Nhnm ; he was formcrh Capt. IflUi llegt. ~llin- 
<■''.■ >utm Hall, fystoidh. 

AN"STUUTHER.THO^rSON, Johs, Esq., of 
( linrbton, Fifeshire, of Canity no, Lanark* 
Mtirc. 

' " *] k "n of the late John Austral her, Eiq, ftvho n»- 
' < d the name of ThotniOD on inheriting from ins 
r the Clmrlelon estate-*, by Clementina, only dau. 
' Ilvht lion. VVm. Adorn, M.P., ol Blair-Ailam, 
J I'Meuteflnnt of m Kinro**; />. I s l f» ; *. 1833; m, 

' -' < »h(lin» Maria A'ghCN Bobiim, only dau. of the 



late Rev. John Hamilton Gray, of Carntvne, and L.if, 
with other issue, 

• John St. Clair, b. 1853. 

Mr. Anstruther-Thornson, who was educated at Eton, is 
a J.P. and D.L. for co. Fife ; was formerly an officer in 
the 9th Lancers and 13th Light Dragoons. Is . 
grandson of Sir 1'hilip Anstruther. 2nd Bart, of Bal- 
kaskie. — Char'elon, Colinsbutgh, Fifeshire; Ki'mani/, 
Cayar-Fife. S.B. ; Carntyne Hoi'fC, Glatyow ; Xew C ub, 
Edinburgh ; Boodle's, Junior United Service, and Ar.ny 
and Navy Clubs, s.w. 

ANTRIM, Earl of (Mark McDonnell).— Cr. 
1785. 

Sixth but eldest surviving son of Charlotte (in her own 
right) Countess of Antrim (whor/: 183.5), by Lord Mark 
Kerr, 3rd son of William John, 5th Marquis of Lothian ; 
b. 1814 ; s. his brother as Sth Earl 18.55 ; m. 1S49 Jane 
Emma Hannah, dau. of Major Maean : is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Antrim, and a Capt. R.N T . on the retired 
list. — (ilenarm Castle, Antrim, Ireland. 

Iltir, his son "William Randal, Viscount Dunluce, b. 1S51 ; 
educated at Eton. 

ANTRIM, Countess Dowager of. 

Laura Cecilia, oth dau. of Thomas, oth Earl of Mac- 
clesfield, by his 2nd wife Eliza, dau. of the late W. B. 
Wolstenholme, Esq., of Holly Hill, Sussex; m. 1536 
Hugh, 7th Earl of Antrim, who d. 1855. — 31, L\jj.rr 
Grosvtnor Street, w. 

ANTROBUS, Sir Edmund, Bart., of AmesLury, 
Wilts, and Cheani, Surrey (cr. 1815). 
Elder son of the late John Antrobus, Esq., by Anna, 
dau. of Gibbs Crawfurd. Esq., M.P., of Saint Hill, near 
East Grinstead, Sussex; b. 1792; .«. his uncle, under jv 
special remainder, as 2nd Bart. 1 S2(i ; m. 1817 Anne, 
dau. of Hon. Hugh Liudsay. Educated at St. John's 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1812); is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Wilts, and Patron of 1 living. For on account of this 
family, see Ormerod's ' Cheshire.' — The Abbey, Au,cs- 
bury, Wilts; Lower Cheani, EpSvpi; I'nircr^ity Club, 
s.w. ; 146, Piccadilly, TV'. 

Heir, his son Edmund Edward, educated at Eton and St. 
John's Coll.. Cambridge : a Magistrate for surrey and Mid- 
dlesex, and M.P. for Wilton ; l ite M l', for E. Surrey : *. 
1818; mi. 1847 Marianne Gsorgittna, dau. of Sir <i. 1 \ ti- 
wood. Hart., and has, Willi other issue, • Edmund, t>. IMS. 

ANTROBUS, John- Col its. Esq., of Eaton 
Hal!, Cheshire. 

Eldest son of the hire Gibbs CrawfuH Antrobus, Esq., 
of Fafon Hall (J.P. and D.L. for, and formerly High 
Sheriff uf, co. Chester, and Sl.P, lor Plympton), by Ins 
1st wife Jane, 2nd dau. of Sir CoultS Trotter, Bart. ; 
b. 1S29; 5 1861; m. 1st 1855 Frances. 2nd dau. of 
Clement Swrtenham. Esq., of SomcrforU Booths, co. 
Cluster (she d. 18ti3^; 2nd 1605 .Mary Caroline, dau. 
of Geoffrey J. Shnkerley, Esq., of Whatcroft Hall, co. 
Chester; lie has by the former, with other issue, 

• Crawfurd .'ehn, h. 18ii2. 

Mr. Antrobus, who t»fts educated at Eton and St 
John's Coll.. Cambrid.ro (B.A. 1852. M.A. 185.5). and 
was called to UtO Bar nt Lin ' -la's I an 1 —57. i* a 
Magistrate for co. CheMer (lli;.h .sheriff I8fl8», I. rd of 
the Manors of ICttton HurtOfl Rtld Rnshton, and i atron 
of 2 livings. This family is a TotMgef btuBch of tlint 
of Sir E. Antrobus, Ba'rt.— BU* n H.t 'l. ' 
Uniotrtitf Club, s.w. 

ANTROBUS, Mrs., of Twiaell Hoqm, North- 
uinberliind. 

Frances MarcirM. 2nd dau. of the lato Trideaux John 

Polby, Baq., J.P. and 1».L.. ofTwitell IIuum, bs 1 »wm 
Tabitha, 2nvl dau. of Bertram UitfOrd, I -, ,o( jtlUord 
Ca>tle; 18(>7 . »i. 1833 the lb v. l^luniiid Anti. biiN 
voung'!«f son of the late Rt?. \\ illuun Antrobu«, KVCtaV 

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of Acton, Middlesex. Is Lady of the Manor of Twizell. ' 
— Twizell House, Belford, Northumberland. 

Heir Pi es , her sister Jane, m. 18S3 Sir Thomas Tailored. Bart., 

and has, wrh other i*.=uc, "Thomas Selby, 6. 1S10 ; m. 

1SG6 Mary Harriet, dau. of G. \V. Hemans, E?q. 

APPJOHN, the Rev. Michael LLOYD-, of 
Linfield, co. Limerick. 
Eldest son of the late Michael Lloyd, Esq. (who 
assumed the name of Appjohn after his maternal uncle. 
Marshall Appjohn, Esq.), of Linfield, co. Limerick, by i 
Charlotte, dau. of John Croder, Esq., of Norfolk (Major ! 
12th Beat.); b. 180(3; s. 18-3.5 ; m. 1830 Eliza Coote, ! 
dau. of M;ijor Barnes, and has issxie, 

* Michael Marshall. 6. 18*1 ; m. 1854 Olivia, dau. of Thomas 
Kearney, Esq., of Sunville, co. Limerick. 

Mr. Appjohn, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 1 
(B.A. 1827), was appointed Rector of Ballybroad, co. 
Limerick, I80O. This family went over to Ireland with 1 
Strongbow, and have been long resident in Limerick 
and other southern counties. — Ballybroad Rectory, j 
Cahirconlish, Ireland ; Linfield, co. Limerick. 

APPLEWHAITE, Edward Archer, Esq., of 
Pickenliarn Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the late Edward Archer Applewhaite, 
Esq., of Pickenham Hall, by Mary, dau. of Thilip 
Lythcott, Esq., of Barbados; b. 1800; s. 1805: m. 
1821 Judith, dau. of Sampson Wood, Esq., of London, 
and has issue, 

* Edward Thonihill, 6. 1822 ; m. 18(12 Jane, only dau. of the 
late Thomas Hay, Esq., and has issue two sons. 

Mr. Apph.whaite, who was educated at the Charter 
House, is a J. P. and D.L. for Norfolk, Lord of the 
Manors of N. and S, Pickenham, .and Patron of 1 living. 
—Pickenham, Swaffliam; Boodle's and Union Clubs, 
s.w. 

ARAB IN, William St. Julian, Esq., of High 
Beech, Essex. 
Eldest son of the late Bichard Arabin, Esq., of High 
Beech, J.P. and D.L., by Elizabeth Mary, eldest dau. 
of the lato Sir Henry Mcux, Bart,; b. 1812 ; s. 1865. — 
Drayton House, Hii/h Beech, Waltham Abbey. 

+ ARBUCKLE, Major-Gen. Benjamin' HuTCHE- 
son Vaughan, of Charlton, Kent,. 
Eldest son of the lato B. Arbuckle, Esq.; 1788; 
educated at Woohvich Acadi my, and entered the Army 
in 1800; is a Magistrate for Kent, and a Major-Gen. in 
the. Army; was formerly in the Royal Artillery. This 
family is of Scottish extraction. — TAUle Hath, Charlton, 
Woolu id/, h.k. 

ARBUTHN0T, Sir Rohekt Keith, Bart., of 
Kdiaburgh (er. 1 S:':i ). 

Eldest Hon of tlie lato Sir William Arbuthnot, Bart. I 
(who was Lord Provost of Edinburgh in 1822), by 
Anne, dau. of Join, Alves, Esq., of Shipland ; A. 1801; 
t. 1820; in. 1828 Anne, 2nd dau. of General Sir John 
F. FitzOerald, O.O.U. Educated ul the Hifth Brhool 
of Edinburgh and Hiiiloybury Coll. ; entered the Bom- 
bay Civil Service 1 820 ; retired 1817. This family I 
were formerly settled in Bueban, and claim to be .i. 
loendcd, as fur back us the middle of the sixteenth 
century, from a younger son of > the limn [utiird ol 
ArbuUmot, in Kincardineshire.— i<>, Chnrlottt Square, 
Edinburgh, 

Heir, liin SOU Willlnm W. -.1,1. rhurn. Mnjor IRlll fTUMftrS, ^. 

ih;ii ; Mi, I Rim AHee Mnrfrnret, dau. of thi Rev. M C. 

Tnmpunn, Vleftr of UderintMMer, - Wen-enter, anil lm«, 
wlch nlle r ItlUO, • Hubert Keith, 6. 1KU4. 

ARBUTHNOT, General Charles G G0R0G 
James, of WootHbrd [louse, Northampton- 
■hiro. 

Eldest ion of the Rigid Hob, Charles Arbuthnot, of 
Woodford House, by Mnrrin, dau and echeircm of 
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William Clapcott Lisle. Esq.. and the Hon. Hester 
Lisle, sister to the 1st Marquis of Cholmondelev ; b. 
1S01; 5. 18.50; m. 1833 Hon. Charlotte Eliza, eldest 
dau. of 1st Lord Vivian, and has, with other issue, 

* Arthur, b. 1843. 

General Arbuthnot, wdio was educated at "Westminster, 
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Northampton. General in the 
Army, and Col. S9th Foot ; he was formerly an Equerry 
to Her Majesty, and M.P. for Tregony 1830-1. This 
family is descended from Hugo de AberbotUenoth. who 
lived temp. William the Lion. — Woodford House, 
T7i capstone ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

ARBUTHNOT, George Clerk, Esq., of Mavis- 
bank House, Midlothian. 
Third son of the late Sir William Arbuthnot, Bart., of 
Edinburgh, by Anne, dau. of John Alves, Esq.. of 
Shipland; b. 1803; m. 1st 1837 Agnes, dau. of John 
Bait, Esq., of Anniston, co. Forfar ; 2nd 1845 Caroline 
Bamsay, dau. of James Hay, Esq., of Collipriest, Devon, 
and has, with other issue, 

* George, *. 1846. 

Mr. Arbuthnot, who is a Magistrate for Midlothian, 
was formerly commander in the maritime service of the 
Hon. E I.C. This family is descended from a cadet of 
the noble family of Arbuthnott. — Mavisbank House, 
Loan head, Midlothian ; New Club, Edinburgh ; Carlton 
Club, s w. 

ARBUTHNOT, John Alves, Esq., of Coworth 
House, Berks. 
Second son of the late Sir "William Arbuthnot, Bart., by 
Anne, dau. of John Alves, Esq., of Shipland; b. 1802: 
m. 1832 Mary, dau. of George Arbuthnot, Esq., of 
Elderslie, Surrey, by whom (who d. 1859) he has, with 
other issue, 

« William, b. 1833, 
Mr. Arbuthnot, who is a Magistrate for Berks, was for- 
merly a Merchant at Madras. — Oncorth House, Old 
Windsor; Carlton Club, B.W.J 25, Upper Wimpolt 
Street, w. 

ARBUTHNOT, William TJrquhart, Esq., of 
Bridgen Place, Kent. 
Fifth son of the late Sir William Arbuthnot, Bart., of 
Edinburgh, by Anne, dan. of John Alves. Esq . of 
Shipland ; h. l\so; ; r,i. 1834 Eliza, dau. of General Sir 
Henry Taylor, K.C.B., of tho Madras Army, and has. 
with other issue, 

* William Henry. I. 1835. 

.Mr. Arbuthnot. who is a Magistrate for Kent, and a 
Member of H.M. Indian Council, was formerly in the 
East India Civil Service. — Bridt/rn Place, litxfev, 

ARBUTHNOTT, Viscount (John Arbcthnott) 
— Cr. Bill. 

Eldest son of John, 8th Viscount (who was formerly 
Loid-laeut.nant of co. Kincardine, and a Representa- 
tive I'eer for Scotland), by Marirarct, dau, of Hon. W. 
Ogihy; b. 1806; .«. lSC.O; m, 183* Lady .loan Graham, 
eldest dau. of David. Oth Earl of An lie ; i- a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Kincardine This family was elevated to 
the Pnemge tor thi'ir faithful adherence to Kinc Charles 
I. — AfVtltAHOtt House, F<itr</ou». Kineari/inrsbire, A./', 
//.if. In «m Jolin, Mft-tor of Arlnnluiolt . KDtt&H4fthBwt 
h. IM.1. 

ARBUTHNOTT. lite Hon Sir Hrr.it. K.C.B 
of Mirvkirl;. Forfarshire (cr. 1862), 

Second son of John, 7th Viscuint Arbutlinntl, hx 

Isabella, 2nd dau. of Win. Graham, Esq., -t Uorplue, 

ro. Kincardine; V 17*0, is n .11'. nnd D.L t r co 
Kincardine, n General in tin] Army, nnd Col. "'Mh Hirh 

Inndm; was M P. forco, KiucaraiM I826-6A — .v 
kirk, Vonfrme ,• ftatfom, fleree>, nTtaenrWiaesA/ra, .n 6 

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ARBUTHNOTT, Sir Alexander Dcxpas Youxg, i 
K.J.J, (cr. 18-59). 
Only son of the late Col. Robert Arbuthnott, 31st Regt. i 
(who was grandson of the 1st Viscount Arbuthnott', 
by Cordelia, dau. of the Hon. General Murray ; b. 1796 ; 
m, 1827 Catherine Maria, 3rd dau. of the late Rev. 
Charles Eustace, of Robertstown, eo. Eildare, and has 
issue an only child, - — 

* Josette Eli.'.a Jane, m. 16.30 F. Wollaston, Esq., of Slienton 
(wtiom see). 

Sir Alexander, who entered the Navy in 1805, is an 
Admiral on the retired list, and a D.L. for co. Nor- 
thampton. — Shtnton, Nuneaton; 14, Great George Street, 
Wistminster, s.w. 

ARCEDECKNE, Andrew, Esq., of Glevering 
Hall, Suffolk. 

Only son of the late Andrew Arcedeckne, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L., of Glevering Hall (who was M.P. for Dunwich 
1826-31), by Harriet, onlv dau. of Francis Love Beck- 
ford, Esq., of Basing Park, Hants; b. 1822; s. 1819. 
Educated at Ch. Cu., Oxford ; is a Magistrate for Suffolk 
(High Sheriff 1856), Lord of the Manor of Glevering,, 
and Patron of 2 livings. — Glcveviwg Hull, Woodlj ridge ; 
Gar'ricJc Club, tv.c. ; 1, Grosvenor Square, w. 

-t ARCHBOLD, James, Esq., of Davidstown, 
co. Kildare. 
Eldest surviving son of the late James Archbold, Esq., 
of Davidstown, by Eleanor, dau. of T. Kavanagh, Esqi ; 
b. 178- ; s. his brother Robert (late M.P. for co. Kil- 
dare) 1855 ; m. 1812 Mary, dau. of N. M. Power, Esq.. 
of Faithlegg, co. "Waterford ; is Lord of the Manor ot 
Davidstown. — Davidstown, Atfig, co. Kildare. 
Heir Pres., his brother John. 

ARCHDALL, Capt. Mekyyx Edward, of Castle 
Archdall and Riversdale, co. Fermanagh, 
and of Kilskerry, co. Tyrone. 
Eldest son of the late Edward Archdall. Esq., of 
Rivcrsdalo and Castle Archdall (who was a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Fermanagh, and High Sheriff 1812), by 
Matilda, 2nd dau. of William Humphrvs, Esq., of 
Ballyhaise, co. Cavan; b. 1812; s. 1864. Is a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Fermanagh, Lord of the Manor of 
Kilskerry, and Capt. in the Army unattached; elected 
M.P. for co. Fermanagh 1831; was formerly Capt. filh 
Dragoon Guards.- — 1 Iiivemdtde, Evnuikiffen, and Casth 
Archdall, Li$Marick,co Fermanagh ; K IsA'i mi, Trillick, 
ro. Wynne ) Carlton and Army and Ntwg Clubs, S.Tt. ; 
23, Half Moon Street, w. 

ARCLtDAXL-GtlATWlCKE, Mrs., of Ham 
Place, Sussex. 

Jemima tJlizabpth, eldest dau. of the late Rev. William 
lUnlcsido, of (Vngmering, Sussex (who d, 1836)! by 
1' ranees, dau. of William Gratwieke, Esq., of Ham 
Place j $, !ic r brother William Kinlcsido Gratwieke* 
Kink-side, IShCj., 1802; m, 1835 tin- b'cv (Jeorao Arch- 
dall, D.It., Master of Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge, who 
ssMtmod the additional namo of Oratwicko, TheG.ritt« 
wickos havo been seated in Sussex fot ninny genera* 
linns; one of them was burnt at I ho sUlke in l he reign 

of Qiiucu Mary, — llam Place, Angmeritiff, Arundel. 

ARCHER, Clement, Esq., of Ballyseskin, co. 
Wexford. 

*-.-oiid ion of tho lata Henry Archer, Esq . by Mary, 
'!;>i. o£ John Harvey, Esq., of Kill. me C.i-'tle, (W 
»M'xf.ird; h. 18,11); ., 1836; »>. 18:11 Julia, dm of 
< !' ties WVrrnl, Esq., of New York, U 3. This family 

*fit formerly Dp nnd wore Rented in Rsscx; 

' >*y ►ettlcd ill Co, Wctftml abOUl thO ClOM Of the 17lh 

' ' ■'">">. imd obtained Huflysrskin by niorriugr- wtth nn 



lieiress of the house of Bunbury. — Julia-mount, H\r. 
ford. 

Heir Pres., his nephew Henry, b. IS 10, eldest son of th«, Ut« 
Bnuburj Archer, Esq., by Ilaria, dau. o£ Dr. Leiv. ith. 

ARCHER, Edward, Esq., of Trelaske, Corn- 
wall; 

' Eldest son of the late Edward Archer, Esq., of Tr 
laske, by Charlotte Augusta, dau. of Charles Harvard, 
Esq., of Havne House, Devon; b. 1S1G ; s. 1S37 ; >., 
1838 Sarah Lydia, eldest dau. of Rev. Walter B 1- 
clilfe, of AVarleigh Hall, Devon, and has, with other 
issue, 

* Charles Gordon, b. ISio. 

Mr. Archer, who was educated at "Winchester and 
Oriel Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall, 
and Lieut. -Col. Duke of Cornwall's Rifle Volunteers. 
This family are descended from Fulbcrt Archer, who 
came over with William the Conqueror, and have been 
seated in Cornwall for four centuries. — Trelaske, Laun~ 
ccston. 

ARCHER-HOUBLOM". (See Mutton.) 

ARCHIBALD, Charles Dickson, Esq.. F.R.S., 
F.S.A., M.R.I., of Rusland Hall, Lanca- 
shire. 

Son of the late Samuel George William Archibald. Esq., 
Attorney-General, Master of the Rolls, and Speaker of 
the Assembly of Nova Scotia (who d. IS 13), bv his l?t 
wife Elizabeth, dau. of — Dickson, Esq.; I). 1802; m. 
1832 Bridget, only dau. of 31. Walker, Esq., of Rusland 
Hall, and lias, with other issue, 

* Charles William. *. 188S ; m. 1S64 Isabel, 2nd dau. of tU» 
late Kobcrt Falcon, Esq., M.D. 

Mr. Archibald is a J P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster. — 
Rudand Hall, Newton-in-Cartmcl. 

ARDEX, Geohge Pinckakd, Esq., of Longcrofts, 
Staffordshire. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Rev. Francis Edward 
Arden, of Longcrofts (who d. 1855), by Rachel, dau. of 
John Pinckard. Esq. ; b. 1813; S. his brother the Rev. 
II. C. Arden, 186(5 ; m. 1842 Caroline, dau. of the late 
Rear-Admiral Hills, and has, with other issue, 

• dcoree Edward, b. 1S5S. 

According to Dugdule and Drummond's 1 N<>i le Fami- 
lies of England,' the Ardens (who have hi Id this pro- 
perty for nearly 31)0 years ) descend from (lie Sason 
kings, Thtir anccstots wcrc.Alwyno (Sheriff of War' 

wick-hire in the time of Edwnid the Contessorl. T ie 
i ll i 1 . Siw(trd,and Guy, Karl of Warwick, of w hich t '1 > 
they. were dispossessed by the Normans. — Longcr>>]ti 
Halt, Yuxall, liar Ion. 

ARDEN", Joseph, Esq., of Rickmanswortli 
Park, Hons. 
Eld, st son of tlie late Joseph Arden. Esq., b. 1799; IN 
1823 Mary Ann. dan. of .lohn Monro. Esq , and by 
lur (who d. 1SC.M has, with other is^ue. 

• FmWIck. late I.ien'. 12th Lnnccrt; ». 182C; m. IS I* 

Helen, rinii, (if Hector Monro, Ktq. 
Ml*. Ardpn, who was called to the liar nt Gnv's Inn 
1840. is a J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, a M.iffistrato 
for Herts ami the Liberty of St. All an's. Principal of 
the Ancient and lion. Society Of Clifford** Inn, .vid 

a Member of the lion. Society of Gray's - Inn — T*t 
Park, RieliHantttvrth i l, CUffbrttt Inn. Fit.' Street, b.c. 

ARDEN", RicifAUt) Eowaud, Esq., of Sunbury 
Park, Middlesex, and Portvaue, Pombrolw" 

sliitr. 

SoCOnd mo of tho IftU Joseph Anbn, Esq , of Islins 
ton, Middlctrx; 6. 1 804 { m, lot 1839 Ennnv, ,1m. of 
John WWlsrd, K*q . M.D. (oho d. . t*A IW« 

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Mary, dau. of John Finney, Esq., and has, with other 
issue, 

* Percy, educated at narrow and Bra : erose Coll.. Oxford, and 
a Barrister-at-La\v of the Inner Temple, b. Ibto. 

Mr. Arden, who was called to the liar at Gray's Inn 
1847, is a J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, a Fellow of the 
Geological and Royal Geographical Societies, a Member 
of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, and Patron 
of 2 livings. — $imh>iry Park, Hampton Court, Mid- 
dlesex ; l\ rtvanc, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire ; National, 
Junior Athtnawm, and Civil S.rvice Clubs, s.w. 

AREXGO-CROSS, John William, Esq., of 
Abermarluis Park, Carmarthenshire. 
Eldest son of the late Sir John Cross, some time Chief 

. Judge of the Court of Review (who d. 18 to ), by Mar- 
garet, dau. of Nathan Hyde, Esq., of Ardwiek ; b. 1 80-1 ; 
m. 1st 1810 Maria Teresa, dau. of Senor John Arenso, 
of Gibraltar (who d. 1861) ; 2nd 18G2 Mary Anne Mar- 
tinet, only child of Thomas Johnston Richardson, Esq., 
of Greenwich, and has by the former, with other issue, 

» Alaric Edward, 6 1817. 
Mr. Cross, who was educated at the Charter ITouse, was 
formerly Capt. GOth and 73rd Regis. — Abcrmarldh 
rark, Llangadock, Carmarthenshire. 

ARGLES, Frank Atkinson, Esq., of Eversley, 
Westmoreland. 
Second son of tho late Capt. George Amies, R.N., of 
Brunswick House, Southampton, by .lane, dau. of 
Thomas Atkinson, Esq., of Kendal ; h. 1816; m. 18. r )S 
his cousin Susannah, dau. of Tohias Atkinson, Esq., of 
Kendal, Westmoreland, and lias issue, 

( • Thomas Atkinson, b. 1859. 

Mr. Argles, who was educated at Tollbridge School, is 
a J.P. and D.L. for Westmoreland. This family for- 
merly had large possessions in Kent, and was of knightly 
rank (see the Heralds' Survey of that co. in loSI). 
— Evrrslcj, Milnthorpc ; Conservative Club, s.w. 

ARGLES, the Rev. Maesium. 

Eldest son of tho late Capt. George Argles, R.N., of 
Brunswick House, Hants, by Jane, dau. of Thomas At- 
kinson, Esq., of Kendal , b. 18H-; 1839 Margaret 
Julia, dau. of the Right Rev. George Davys, P. P., Lord 
Bishop of Peterborough. Educated at Winchester and 
Merton Coll., Oxford (BA. 1831, M.A. 1837); ap- 
pointed Rector of Baruack 1851, and a Canon Residen- 
tiary of Peterborough 18lt); is a Magistrate tor the 
Liberty of Peterborough ; was formerly Chancellor of 
tho diocese of Peterborough, ami Examining Chaplain 
to tho Bi*liop. —Hint.irk lieetory, Stamford : Prcbendul 
House, Pit»,rlqroughj United University Club, s.w. 

ARGYLL, Duke of (George Douglas Camprkll, 
K.T., P.O.). — Ci\ L70L 

Youngi r and only surviving son of John Douglas Ed- 
ward Ilcnrv. "ill Duke, hy his 2nd wife Joanna, dau. 
of tho Into William Grlassoll, Esq., of Long Niddry, 
East Lothian; '>. 1823 ; 1847; m. 1811 Lady Eliza- 
beth Georgiatin, dtiUi of Gmrp', 2nd Duke of Suther- 
land, K.G.j is Hereditary Keoperofthc Groat 8eul of 
Scotland and of tho Queen's Household in that king- 

dom ; Lord-Lieut, n.i nt of co. .Yig;, II, Admiral of lie 
Western Pies, and a Stnli) Councillor for Scotland ; u\\t 
in the House of Lord? as Lord !S.\ndridge and Hamilton 
(cr. 1770); was Lord Privy Scnl 1852-A and I860 Gft; 
Postmaster-General 1856-8. His Urnee is head and 
chief of I ho chin i lain] In II, of w hioh ( lie Earl of Itn ad 
albane, Earl Cnwilnr, and Lord Cnntphi II, and several 
Scot ti ill bnionets represent younger I'Mnchcs, dlPit' 
ary Castle, AryyllMre ; Rosnmih CW/f, Hcfonsburovgh, 
Dumbartonshire , Athrnttuui Club, B.W. j CVtwWtH ihll, 

Ktntington, w. 

lirir,h\* "in John I)0MSHlfl Sutherland, Mi\r.|\il« Ol dflrHOj 

riiuentoi r\t Eton nn.i Trinity Cnll„ Cnmbi'filpr j m r. for 
ro. Am lb tnd Cbj>i . London ■cottltn tlllta \ u|unuien ; ft. 

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ARGYLL, Dowager Duchess of, of Ardencaple, 
Dumbarton sliire. 
Anne Colquhoun, dau. of the late John Cunningham, 
Esq., of Craigends, N.B. ; m. 1831 (as his 3rd wife) 
John, 7th Duke of Argyll, who d. 1817. — Ardencaple 
Castle, Duihbarton, N.B. ; 40, Rutland Gate, w. 

ARKWRIGHT, Alfred, Esq., of Wirksworth, 
Derbyshire. 
Eourth son of the late Peter Arkwright. Esq., of AA'il- 
lersley, by Marv Ann, dau. of Charles Hurt, Esq., of 
AVirksworth ; b. 1812-t rn. 1845 Elizabeth, dau. of 
George Henry Crutchley, Esq., of Sunning Hill Park, 
Berks, and has issue, 

* Two daughters. 

Mr. Arkwright, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Derby. This fa mil}- is a younger branch 
of the Arkwrights of Sutton Scarsdale. — The Gate 
House, Wirksu-orth, Derby, 

ARKWRIGHT, Feedeeick, Esq., of Willersley 
Castle, Derbysliire. 
Eldest son of the late Peter Arkwricrht, Esq., of AA'il- 
lersley (who was a J.P. and D.L. for co. Derby, and 
High Sheriff in 1855), by Mary Anne, dau. of the late 
Charles Hurt, Esq., of AVirksworth, co. Derby : b. 18UG ; 
•5. 18GG ; m. 184o Susan Sabrina, dau. of the A'enerable 
Archdeacon Burney, and has issue. — Willersley Castle, 
Matlock. 

ARKAYRIGHT, the Rev. George, of Pencombe, 
Herefordshire. 
Third son of the late John Arkwright, Esq., of Hampton 
Court, co. Hereford, by Sarah, eldest dau. of the late 
Sir H. Hoskyns, Bart.; b. 1836; m. I860 the Hon. 
Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Lloyd, 3rd Lord Kenyon, and has 
surviving issue, 

* Bernard George, 6. 1862. 

Mr, Arkwright, who was educated at Eton and Oriel 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1859, M.A. 18G3). is Rector of 
Pencombe, and Patron of Mars ton, co. Horelord. 
— Peneoinlie Rectory, Bromyard, 

ARKWRIGHT, the Rev. Henry. 

'fluid son of the late Peter Arkwright, Esq., of AVillors- 
ley, by M iry Anne, dau. of tho late Charles Hurt, 
I '.'sq , of AVirksworth ; b. 1811 ; m. 1st 1838 Henrietta, 
dau of the Roy. C. ThorneVcroft (she d. 1844); 2nd 
f847 Ellen, dau. of J. Homc-Purves, Esq., and lias, with 
oilier issue, 

* Honrs John, ft. IS 14. 

Mr. Arkwright, who was educated at Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1834, MA 1837). was ap- 
pointed A'icarof Bodonluim 1812. — Rod. nham 1'icamge, 

Liomuisttr. 

ARKWRIGHT. JoitS FtCSGERFORB, Esq, of 
II tmpton Court. Herefordshire. 
Eldest eon of the late John Arkwright, E-q., of Hampton 
Court (who was J.P. tor that co. and liiglt Sheriff 
in is: 11. by Sa, ah. eldest dau. of the Into Sir ttu«- 

gcrfonl Ho-kyns. Bart., of Unrewood ; />. 1833 ; ». is.ss ; 
in. 1800 Charloite Lucy, youngest dau. of the late John 
Davenport, Esq., of Eoxloy. co. Hereford. Mr. Ark- 
wright. who was educate 1 at Eton and Ch Ch.. Oxford, 

is a J.P. and D.L. for eo ItorcfordflTIgh sheriff 1802), 
Lord of the Manor of lltunpion, and Patron "i 4 in m^*. 

lie represents n youncer branch of tho Arkwrights of 

Sutton Bearsdale. — Hampton Court, fcvatUMfrr; Carl- 
ton Club, s.w. 

//fir/Yf.i., Ml iirotiir-r Richard, editcntad at Iturtww; ».t.r 
mid li l„ f.>r ro. Hereford, and U.P.fot l.eumlnttart at. 
IM1 Lady Msr- \u nc.it»>t. of Qearge, fad i *i i rt strnfford. 



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ARKWRIGHT, John Thomas, Esq., of Hatton; 
House, Warwickshire. 
Youngest son of the late Peter Arkwright, Esq., of 
Willersley, by Mary Anne, dau. of Charles Hurt, Esq., : 
of "VVirksworth, CO. Derby j ft. 1S23 ; m. 1856 Laura, 
daii. of the late Rev. Edward Willes, of Hamstall Eid- j 
ware, co. Stafford, and lias, with other issue, 

• Edward John, 6. 1859. 

Mr. Arkwright, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. ! 
and D.L. for co. Warwick, and a Capt: in the "Warwick- 
shire Yeomanry. This family is a younger branch of 
the Arkwrights of Sutton Searsdalc (whom see). — Hatton ! 
Houte, Warwick. 

+ ARKWRIGHT, Loftus Wigium, Esq., of 
Rundells, Essex. 
Fourth son of the late Eev. Joseph Arkwright, of Mark 
Hall, Esses, by Anne, dau. of the late Sir Eobert 
Wigram, Bart.; 6. 1829; is a Magistrate for Essex. 
— Rundells, Harlow. 

ARKWRIGHT, Robert Wigram, Esq., of Mark! 
Hall, Essex, and Normanton Turville, 
Leicestershire. 

Eldest son of the late Eev. Joseph Arkwright (who 
was a Magistrate for E-^sex and Herts), by Anne, dau. 
of the late Sir Robert Wigram, Bart. ; ft. 1322 ; s. 18G4 ; 
m. 1847 Sophia Julia, eldest dau. of Alexander Greig, 
Esq., of Lowndes Street, and has, with other issue, 

« Itobort, b. 1848. 
Mr. Arkwright is Lord of the Manor of Normanton 
Turville, and represents a younger branch of the Ark- 
wrights of Slltton Scarsdale. — Mark Hall, Harlow; 
Normanton Hall, Thurlastdn, Hinckley. 

ARKWRIGHT, William, Esq., of Sutton 
Scarsdale, Derbyshire. 
Only son of the late Major William Arkwright, of the 
6th Dragoons (who d. 1857), by Fanny Susan. 2nd dau. 
of Edward Thornowill, .K-q., of Dovediff, co. Stafford, 
and grandson of the late Robert Arkwright, Fsq., of 
Sutton Scarsdale, J.P. and D.L. (who d. 1859); ft. 
1857 ; s. his uncle, the Eev. Godfrey Harry Arkvrright, 
18G6. Is Lord of the Manors of Sutton Scarsdale, &c., 
and head of the family of Arkwright. — Sutton Scars- 
dale, Chesterfield. 

Heir /'res., his cousin Francis (eldest son of the lete Rev. 
Godfrey Hnrry Arkwrieht, by hia '.'ml Wife, Marinn Hilary 
Adelaide, dau. of tin: late Hon. and Very Kev. O. Pellew, 
Dean of Norwich) ; h. 18U3. 

ARMAGH, Archbishop of (Maeccs Gfkvais 
Beresfoed, D.]).). 

Second son of the late Right Itov. George Beresford, 
D.D., some time Lord Bishop of lulmore(who d, 1841), 
by Frances, dau. of die hue Gervais P. Bushe, Esq., 
M.P., of Kilfane ; ft. 1801 ; »>. 1st 1821 Mary, dau. of 
Col. II. P. L'Estrange, of Moystown, King's Co., 2nd 
l8.'.o Elizabeth, dau, of J. T. ICenuody, lisq., bud has 
by the fornn r, with eithe r issue. 

• Ororp.i Do In l»oar, b. I8HI , mi latMVMaiy AnnRbclln, dau. 
of tin- iu v. \\ ill Mm Vernon Hnrcoui t, of Nuncliam Park, 
Oxi.n. 

The Archbishop, who was educated at. Trinity Coll., 
Cnmbridgo { 11. A. 1823, MA. 1820, D.D. 1840), and 
was formerly Aivh'b aeon of Arrnuhnnd \"icar-< ii ■n.-ral 
'■f Kilmore, was consecrated Bishop of Itilmoro 1861, 

translated 1802; is I.onl Primate of all Ireland, an. I 

Patron of 92 livings Represents a vounger branch of 
H, - family of il„. Marquis of Waterford. //.<- Palace, 
Ar«„<„h, /rrl„n(i , Athcnaum Club, s.w. ; 49, /••■, „, ,, 
'HirdtHI, w 

AUMTSTEAD, the Rev ( harms John, M A . 
., P 'S A. 

'•• ' M,n 'I'" l ite John Armistcod, Esq . of Leeds, 
1 v M — 



ftr y. >'->ungrr 1 liin. of Anthony wilton, Esq., of 



High Wray, co. Lancaster; ft. 1821 ; 1845. F/ • • i 
at Masdaien Hall. Oxford ; ordained Deacon t v i 
Archbishop of Canterbury to the Curacy or" \VWtw< .: 
Kent 1854; Priest 1855. This family, whose n.in.c 
has been variously written Armit stead, Ernusl 
Armestead, Armystead, and Armistead, was orig'u 
seated at, and derived its patronymic from, Armist a i. 
near Giggleswick, co. York. In 1548 a well-endow< i 
grammar-school was founded, at Skipton-in-Craven, bv 
Sir William Armystead. Canon of St. Paul's and Ch i - 
lain to Queen Alary, who d. \6p6-%--Iloundhay, L&c •. 
Yorkshire ; National and. United University Clubs, s.w. 
Heir Pres., his brottier Francis, b. 

ARMIT, John Lees, Esq., of Xevctown Pari:, 
co. Dublin. 

Eldest son of the late John Armit, Esq., of Newtown 
Park, co. Dublin (founder of the. house of Armit, 
Borough, and Co., Army Agents, Dublin - *, by Mary, 
e drst dau. of Nathaniel Varren, Esq.. of Dublin ; ft. 
1795 ; s. 1835 ; m. 1824 Hoemie de Xessier, Baronue 
de Marguerittes, by whom he has 

• Louis John Amedee, ilajor R.E. ; b. ISio ; m. 184" Ee^ic, 
dan. of the late Major-Gen. BreUin, R.A. 

Mr. Armit, who was educated at Trinity Coll.. Dublin, 
was formerly Major in the(Queen*s Own) City of Dub- 
lin Militia. — Newtown Park, co. Dublin; Chateau da 
Brialntont, Belgium. 

ARMITAGE, Sir Elkaxah, Knt., of Hope Hall, 
Lancashiie (or. 184-9). 
Third son of the late Elkanuh Armitage, Esq., of New- 
ton, co. Lancaster; ft. 1794 ; rn. 1830 Elizabeth dau. of 
H. Ivirke, Esq., and has issue, 

• Samuel, b. 1831 ; m. 1S.-.7 Henrietta, dan. of the lite James 
Kershaw, Esq., MP., of Victoria Park, Manche.-ter. 

Sir Elkanah, who is a Manufacturer and Cotton Spinner 
in London and Manchester, and partner in the firm of 
Armitafre & Co.. is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster 
(Hich Sheriff 18fi(> ), and lias been Mayor of Manchester. 
— Hojic Hall, Kecks, Lancashire; Rcjorni Club, s.w. 

ARMITAGE, Artiiuk, Esq., of Dadnor, Here- 
fordshire. 

Fifth son of the late Whaley Armitage, Esq., J. P., of 
Moraston, co. Hereford, by Eleonora, dau. of F. IT.i ; si - 
well, Esq.; ft. 1812; m. 1851 Isabel Jane, only dau. of 
the late Dudley M. Perceval, Esq., and grund-dau. of the 
late General Sir Richard Bourke, K.C.H., and has, with 
ot.licr i*-suo, 

• Robert, 6. 1857. 
Mr. Arniitace is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford. This 
family is of Sforkshiro extraction. — badnor, Ross, Ilcrt- 
fordsnirt, 

+ Aim IT ACE, tbe Rev. Rratuwaite, of Coolo, 
co. Louth. 

Eldest son of the lata Whal< --y AJrmitagfe, F.--q.. of Mo- 
raston. co. Hereford) J.P. for that co., and I?arristcr-at- 
LaW, by Eleanor, daU. of Edward Haistwel 1 , Esq.; ft. 
1803; rn, 1831 Ann Susftll, dau. of Mr. Longdon, and 
has. with other issue. 

• Wtwlaj Artuur, b> 
Mr. Armitai*e, who was pduratetl at Trinity Coll, 
Cambridge (.It A . 1826), '* a Magistrate lor co. Sl-re- 
fnrd, was appointed Vicar of i'eterchnivh in 1*32. 
This family is descended ff-mi the Armitnim of York- 
shire. — ntttthwck Wcaragr, //. rrfora ( mtt, co. LouiM, 
Ire/and. 

ARMITAGK. OfiOMB, Esq. of MilnsbriJg^ 
House, Xorkslxir*. 
Eldest *"n of the late Jo*er>n ArmitaM, Esq., J P. «n' 
D.L., of Milti-' i ;.lge ami of Blrkby l^-dge, co. Y. rk.by 

I SM Pr. WMtakor 1 ! • Rlataff of tli» I>r»i„ry of Cr»r»n. In <»'• 

Coant| of York.' 

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Anne, eldest dau. of Joseph Taylor, Esq., of Bladdey j 
Hall. co. Lancaster, and grandson of the late George 
Armitage, Esq., of Highroyd House, J. P. and D.L. ; b. 
1806; s. 1S6U; m. 1830 Caroline Jane, eldest dau. of 
James Dowker, Esq., of North Dulton, near Driffield, co. 
York, and lias, -w ith other is.-ue, 

• Joseph Armitage, 6. 1840 ; educated at Rugby; m. 1866 
Julia France-. 2ntt dau. of George Thomas Pollard. Esq., of 
Stannary Hall, Halifax, and Ash Field, Cheltenham, and 
has issue, * a son, b. 1867. 

Mr. Armitage, who was educated at the Grammar 
School, Manchester, is a J.P. and D.L. for W. Hiding 
of Yorkshire. — Milnsbridgc House,, Huddersfield. 

ARMITAGE, Jose™ Taylor, Esq., of Birkby 
Grange, Yorkshire. 
Second son of the late Joseph Armitage, Esq., of Milns- 
bridgc House, co. York (see that family), by Anne 
Taylor, dau. of Joseph Taylor, Esq., of Blackley Hall, 
co Lancaster; //. 18u9; m. 1816 Elleu, dau. of Henry 
Ingrain, Esq., of Halifax, and has, with other issue, 

* Charles Ingram, 6. IS 19. 

Mr. Armitage is a J.P. for theW. Ridinir of Yorkshire, 
and CJapt. 2nd W. Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 
— Birkby Grange, Huddersfield. 

ARMITSTEAD, the Rev. John Richard, of 
Sandbach, Chesliire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. John Armitstead, Vicar of 
Sandbach, by Susan Hester, dau. of the Rev. Richard 
Massie, of. Coddington, co. Chester; h. 1830; s. 1805; 
m. 1866 Frances Mary, ehb'st dau. of W. II. Hornby, 
Esq.,M.P., of S .irewbridge Hall, Cheshire. Educated at 
Westminster, and Ch. Ch.. Oxford (B.A. 18)2. M.A. 
1855); ordained Deacon 1853: Priest 1851; is Patron 
of Sandbach; was formerly Student of Ch. Ch. and 
Rector of Weridlebury, Oxfordshire. — The Vicarage, 
Sandbach, Cheshire. 

Heir Pres., his hrother William George, b. 1831: m. 186' 

Mary, dau. of lute Eev. William Carrie, of Broughton 

Ball, co. Chester. 

+ ARMITSTEAD, Lawrence, Esq., of Cranage 
Hall, Cheshire. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. John Armitstead. of Cran- 
age Hall ; b. 1800; is a Magistrate for Cheshire. This 
family was formerly of Armitstead, near Giggleswick, 
Yorkshire. — Cranage Hall, Middtt wick. 

ARMSTRONG, Rev. Sir Edmund Erlpcrick, 
Bait., of Galleu Prioiy, King's Co. (cr. 
' 1841). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Andrew Armstrong, Bart.j 
(who was wometime Receiver-General oi Stamps in 
Ireland, a J.P. tind D.L. for Kind's Co., High Sheriff' 
in 1811 an I 1836, and M.P. tor King's Co. 1811-32), 
by Frances, dau. of George A. b'ullerton, Esq , of 
Ttullinioy, co. Antrim; b. ItCifi ; s. as 2nd ll.nl. L8(J3 ; 
m. 1805 Alice Ann, oldest dau. of William Windsor 
Fisher, Bsq, Is a Magistrate for King's Co., and 
Vicar of Skeirkc, Quopn's Co.— Gotten Priory, Ftrbaue, 
King's Co, ; L'oxttt ll< ni/iig, Qtue-i's Co. 
Jhir, liis son Andrew Harvey, b. 1S66. 

ARMSTRONG, Sir W'iiuam OrEOItOK, Kut , 
F.R.S., of Elawiuk, Northumberland (cr. 
1859}. 

Son of the Into Alderman Arnmtrong, of Newcastle* 
on-Tyne; h. 1810, in. 1H3.I M.iivar. t, d.m. of Willmm 
Rani-haw, Ecq.i of Bishop Auckland. Is a Magistrate 
for Northumberland; inventor of the hydraulic ma- 
chinery used in docks tor working cranoa and other 
purpo^os, as also of i he hvdio-eh cine machine, Htld <■! 
the rifle-cannon which bears liisnatne; was lOngineer 
toiho War Department off Rifled Ordnnnce 1 858 03, 
Was formerly a Solicitor in practice. — K/tvicA', A'rN' 
rontlf-oi-'D/'ir i 0, //i/< ! r Pitrk street, w . 
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ARMSTRONG, tlie Rev. Bexjamix Johx. 

Only son of Benjamin John Armstrong, Esq., of Southall 
(J. P. and D.L. for Middlesex and Westminster;, by Ann, 
dau. of John Bailey, E=q., of Kew, Surrey; b. 1819 ; 
m. 1843 Ann Rebecca, eldest dau. of William Dun- 
combe, Esq., of Langley, Great Derkhampstead, Herts, 
and has, with other issue, 

• Benjamin John, 6. 1800. 

Mr. Armstrong, who was educated at Cains Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1841, M.A. 1818">, is Vicar of East 
Dereham and Hoe; he was formerly Rector of Little 
Stanmore, Middlesex. — The Vicarage, East Dereham, 
Norfolk; 7, Upper WihtpAc Strict, w. 

ARMSTRONG, Carta ret Andrew, Esq., of 
Garry Castle, Kino-'s Co. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas St. George Armstrong, 
Esq., of Garry Castle, by Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas 
Priaulx, Esq., of Guernsey; b. 1707; s. 1856. Edu- 
cated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1817): called to 
the Irish Bar 1821. — Garry Castle'; King's Co., Ireland,. 
Heir Pres., his brother Thomas (settled at Buenos Ayres), 
m. llarie, dau. of Don Pedro de Viilauueva, of Castile. 

ARMSTRONG, Charles, Esq., of Larch Hill, 
co. Clare. 

Youngest son of the late William Henry Armstrong, 
Esq., M.P., of Mount Heaton, Kind's Co., by Bridget, 
only dau. of the late Col. Charles MacDonnell, M.P., 
of New Hall, eo. Clare, and brother of Major Arm- 
strong- MacDonnell, of New Hall (whom see): b. 1830; 
m. 185G Gcorgina Maria, eldest dau. of R. J. Siacpoole. 
Esq., D.L., of Eden Vale, co. Clare, and has, with other 
issue, 

• Charles Richard Beauchamp, 6. 1858. 

Mr. Armstrong is a Magistrate for co. Clare. — Larch 
Hill, Ennis-, co. Clare. 

ARMSTRONG, the Rev. Charles Edward, of 
Holgato Lod<re, York-shire. 
Eldest son of the late C. E. Armstrong. Esq., of the 
E.I.C. service, by Dorothy, dau. of Capt. Wood, R.N., 
of ISon ling Hall, co. York (grandfather of Charles, 1st 
Viset. Halifax); l>. 18H7; 1852; M. 183S Mary 
Anne, dau. of J. Clayton, Esq., of Enfield Old Park, 
and lias issue, 

• Charles I'.dward, Lieut. It. Benpal Artillery ; 6. 18S9. 

Mr. Armstrong, who was educated at Ropton and 
Worcester Coll., Oxford i M.A. 1831. M.A. 18331. was 
appointed Master of ILmsworth Hospital and Vicar 
ot Frickley and Clayton. Co. York, 1832. — Ho/gate 
l.oilg.; Ponttfract, 

A B M STRONG. Epmcnp John, Esq, of Lis- 
luoliiT, co. Clare. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. J. Simpson Armstrong, of 
Willow Rink, co. Clare, by Maria, dau. of Robert 
Youngc, Esq.. of Castlerea; b 1808; 1 82ft; hi. 
IS 10 Jane, dau. of Thomas Ilayter Loilgden, Esq., of 
t learn, Surrey, and Ennisnioro Place, London. Dep.* 
Ldeuti foi Middlesex, ;iud has, With other ismio, 
« Bdmuiiil John Young, Lieut. lOlli Knot; b. 1SH. 

Mr. Armstrong, who was educated »t Trinity Coll., 
Dublin, i- a .1 P. and D.L. for eo. Clare (High Sheriff 

185-). Tins family are descended from Muiwr-General 
Armstrong, 8nrvoyof"Oeneral of Ordnance, and Chief 

Engineer Of England, and they first Mtthd in Clare in 
the 17th Crn'nry.— -Lttmnhtf, AV'rioivj, <v Ci-f . 

Kitdore Sttrtl CYno, Dublin 41, £omr Lreson Strrft, 

Dnbtin, . 

AUMSTHONG, Edward Marci s, Esq , of 

Mooliflc, co. Tippenvcy. 

Second but eldest fur\i\inn son *>f the liie Jolin 
AnuitraDg ( l'.sq.. of MealitVe, by Catherine, dan, and 
heir of the lute ThoBiai Somen, I'.sq . o( t huffytoole, 



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co. Sligo; ft. 1827; s. his brother George De la Poer 
1864; in. 1862 Frances, 3rd dau. of the late Walter 
Steele, Esq., of Mpynalty, eo. Monaghan. Is a ISI.igis- 
trate for co. Tipperary, and represents a younger 

branch of the Armstrongs of^He^^/^, ARMSTR o XG< WltLIAM BlGOE, Esq., of Bal- 



Peninsula, &e. This family, a branch of the Arm-- - . 
of Mount Heaton, have been settled in eo. Tiimcr.irv 
for nearly two centuries. — Farmy Castle, Thurlcs, co 
Tipper -ary. 



Tlmrles, co. Tippcrary ; 
Sligo. 

Heir Pres., his brother James William, Commander E.JT. ; 
b. 1828. 

ARMSTRONG, Jonx Herbert, Esq., of Kill* 
clare, King's Co. 
Eldest son of the late John Armstrong, Esq., of Kill- 
clare, by Alicia Lxtitia, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. | 
Herbert Eawson Stepney, of Durrow, King's Co. ; ft. j 
1828 ; s. 1844 ; m. 18.36 Elizabeth Catherine, 2nd dau. j 
of Eobert William Lowry, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Pomeroy, | 
co. Tyrone, and has, with other issue, 

* Graves Lowry Herbert, b. 1857. 
Mr. Armstronz, who is a Magistrate for King's Co. and 
West Meath, and Capt. It. Tyrone Fusiliers, was formerly i 
Capt. 95th Foot, aud served in China. — Killclare, Clara, j 
Kings Co. 

ARMSTRONG, John Priaulx, Esq., of Clare- 

mont, King's Co. 
Youngest son of the late Thomas St. George Armstrong, 
Esq., of Garry Castle, Kind's Co., by Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomas Priaulx, Esq., of Montbelle, Guernsey ; b. 1801 ; 
m. 1827 his cousin Emma, dau. of Thomas Priaulx, Esq., 
of Guernsey, and has, with other issue, 

» Thomas Priaulx St. George, late Capt. 49th Foot ; 6. 1SU2. 
Mr. Armstrong, who is a Magistrate for King's Co., 
represents a younger branch of the Armstrongs of Garry 
Castle. — Claremont, Banagher, King's Co. 

ARMSTRONG, Richard, Esq., of Greenfield, I ARMSTRONG-MACDONNELL. 
co. Dublin. ! ^oMacDonndl.) 

Eldest son of tho late William Armstrong Esq., of Rox- ; ARMYTAGE, Sir GEORGE, Bart., of Kirklees 
borough, co. Armagh, by Elizabeth, dau. of Edward j Park Yorkshire (cr 1738) 
Stacey Atkin, Esq of Ebxborough; ft. 1815; m. 1847 j E1(1(>st son f tb« late John Armytace, Esq., of Kirklees, 
Elizabeth, dau. ot hdward Meurant, Esq. Educated at | by Mar y >dau> of the | atp W m. AsshelOn, Es |.,of Down- 



Iver, King's Co. 
Only son of the late James Ferricr Armstrong, Esq., of 
Bal-Iver, by Honoria, eldest dau. of the late .1- !in 
Fleming, Esq.. M;P., of Stoneham Park, Hants : ft. 1 830 ; 
«. 1865; in. 1866 Anna Maria De Courcy, 2nd dau. of 
James Freeman Hughes, Esq., of The Grove, co. Dublin. 
Is Treasurer of Kinfr'sX'o., and the fifth of his family 
who has held that otfice in succession. He represent . 
a younger branch of the Armstrongs of Garry Castle. 
— Bal-Iver, Banaglar, King's Co. 

ARMSTRONG, William Joxes, Esq., of Killy- 

lea, co. Armagh. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. W. J. Armstrong, Rector of 
Termanfeckan, co. Louth, by Margaret, dau. of John 
Tew, Esq , Alderman of Dublin (whose sister in. the 
Rev. Sir J. M. Stronge, Bart.) ; b. 1794; s. 1825; m. 
1842 Frances Elizabeth, only dau. of Major C. Wilson, 
22nd Foot, and widow of Sir 31. McCreagh, K.C.H.. and 
has, with other issue, 

» William Fortescue, Cornet 7th Hussars; b. 1843. 
Mr. Armstrong, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. and M.A.), ea'led to the Bar at Dublin, 
and subsequently at the Inner Temple, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Armagh (High Sheriff 1840); he was formerly 
a Magistrate for co. Wicklow, and Lieut.-Col. in the 
Berbice Militia. This family derives from a common 
ancestor with the Armstrongs of King's Co. (whom s^ei. 
— Kdhjha. Tynan, co. Armagh; Sockville Street Club, 
Dublin ; Union Club, s.w. 



Trinity Coll., Dublin (li.A. 18:i9, M.A. 1865); called I 
to the Irish Bar 1839 ; appointed Queen's Serjeant-at- 
Law 1861; elected M.P. for Sligo 1865. — Greenfield, \ 
Su/lon, co. Dublin ; 32, Stephen's Gri.cn, Dublin ; lit form 
Club, s.w. 

ARMSTRONG, ROBEttt Batnes, Esq., Q.C. 

Eldest son of the late John Armstrong, Esq., of Lan- 
caster, by Deborah Anne, dau. of Robert Barnes, Ksq., 
of Cockormouth ; b. 1785; wi. 1812 Frances, dau. of the 
lute ft. Rlamiro, Esq., of Thackwood, Cumberland, and 
by her, who a. 1862, has issue, 

• Robert, b. 1844. 

Mr. Armstrong, who was educated at St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. )n<>7. .M.A. 1810), and called to the 
l'.ir at the Inner Temple 1814 and went tin' Northern 
Circuit, is a J.l'. fur co. Lancaster, a Bencher of tho i 
Inner Temple, and Recorder of Manchester; he was 
M.P. for Lancaster 184B»-68.>— •University aud luform\ 
C! uhs, s.w. ; 29, Chcskr Square, s.w. 

AHMSTltOXG, Major W;uiam, of Famey 
Castle, CO. Tippovavj , 
Only Hon <>f the Into Major 1'homns Armstrong, of For- 
ney Castle (formerly of tho 8th Foot), by Bridget Sophia, 
dau of Richard Vandclour, Esq., of Rut hind, King's Co. , 
J. 1 704 ; m, 1B10 Ellen, dau. of George Steele, Esq., of 
liHrristown, Quccn'a Co., and had, with other iasuo, 

• Thomm.6, tHjn; m. ISA] Mat hi ld« <\o Labrosto, wttlow of 

f"i»| l. Wttlhm Arm tronif. of MealllTO, CO. TlppORU*) J and 
• I. 181)3, ICft> tag luttO i BOM mm 1 ami. 

Major Armstrong, who in n Mugtatrntpibrco.Tipporary, 

»»* formerly in the 10th Lane.-,-., And served m tin- 



ham Hall, co. Lancaster; b. 1819; his grandfather as 
5th Bart, 1836; in. 1841 Eli/a Matilda Marv, dau. of 
Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart. Is a J.P. and D.L. for W. 
Riding of Yorkshire. — Kirk/ecs Park, Brighousr, near 
Konnanton, Yorkshire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 27, Cam- 
bridge Square, w. 

Iftir, hi* won C.eorge John, lute Lieut. It.N". ; b. 1*12. 

ARMYTAGE, Godfrey, Esq. 

Third son ot tho late John Arinytaeo, Esq., of huk- 
lees, eo. York, by Mary, dau. of William Asshrton, 

Esq., of DoWnham Hall, arid Cuerdale, co. Lanoa- ir; 
h. 1825; m. 1849 Charlotto Emily, dan. of John 
Blackburn, Esq., of tho Cape of Good Hope. Edu- 
cated Ot Royal Military 0611., Sandhurst ; is a Dep.- 
Lieut, for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, and Governor 
W. Riding Prison at Wakefield, late ("apt. 6th Royal 
Regiment, ami Adjutant 6th Wist York Militia 
n\,/.ejiei,/, Yorkakirt, 

ARMYTAGE, l.u-ut.-Col. Hlxuy, ofBroomhill, 
K out. 

Elde-t, son of the late Col. Armvtoge of Brwomhtll 
(who d. 1861 \ by Charlotte, dau. of Nicholas La 
Uondrc Starkie, Esq., of Huntrovde Hall. co. ball* 
casier; ft. 1(128; >.->. 1 8.11 the lion. IVnolla. dau. o( 
Maurice. Lonl 1 -'it/ILinlince. and ha!> l^siie, 
• Tercj-, b. 1 Ut, 

Col. Armj'tngO, who entered the ColdstrMBI Qwtrdl in 
1847, ICrTCll in the Crimea, and wax brcMQl at all th<» 
octioAl frf>m I8A4 to the clo«e of the campaign 

BrOOtnhMt, 1'rnbri fgr ll'r.Vt, <t»<ird/ tftt fi.trrf. (■ 
Ch'l'f, «\w. : !•», St. «.A>r./e> A\v».V. 

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ARXEY, Sir George Alfred, Knt. (cr. 1362). 

Youngest son of Wm. Arney, Esq., of Salisbury, 
Wilts; b. 1800 ; educated at. Winchester and Brase- 
noso Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1829, M.A. 18301: called 
to the Bar at Lineoltfs Inn 1834, and went the 
Western Circuit; appointed Chief Justice of New Zea- 
land 18.3S. — Auckland, New Zealand. 

I 

ARXOTT, Sir JoftX, Knt., of Fir Hill, co. Cork j 
(cr. 1800). 

Third son of John Arnott, Esq., of Auchtermuty. by 
Elizabeth, clan, of Alexander Baton, Esq., of Greedy- ' 
bank; b. 1817; //?.1S">2 Mary, dau. of James M'Kinley, ! 
Esq., of Stilling, N.B. (she (/. 18661. Is a Magistrate lor 
the co. and city of Cork, and a Merchant at Cork ; was , 
M.B. for Kinsalo 1859-63; Mayor of Cork 1859 and' 
18G0. — Fir Hill, Moncksiovn, io. Cork; Reform Club, ' 
s.w. 

ARNOTT. (See Walker- Afiioft.) 
ARXOULD, Sir Joseph, Knt. (cr. 1859). 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Arnould, Esq., J.B. and ! 
D.L. of Whitecross, near Walliugford, Berks (who d. 
1859), by his 1st wife Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas I 
Bailv, Esq. ; b. 1815; m. 1st 1841 Maria, eldest dau. I 
of H. G. Ridgeway, Esq. (she d. 1859); 2nd 1800 
Anne Bitcairn, dau. of Major J. W, Carnegie, C.B. 
Educated at the Charterhouse and Wadhum Coll., 
Oxford, where he gained the University Brize for 
English Verso 183 1, and graduated B.A, (1st class 
in classics) 183G; was afterwards Fellow of his Col- 
lege; called to the Bar at the. Middle Temple 1841, 
and went tho Homo Circuit ; appointed a Judge at 
Bombay 1859. — Bombay ; Garrick Club, w.C. 

ARRAN, Earl of (Puiup Yoeke Gore, K.P.). 
— Cr. 1762. 

Eldest son of the late Col. the Hon. William John 
• Gore (who d. 1836), by Caroline, dau. of the late Sir 
Thomas Bvm Hales, Bart. ; b. 1801 : s. his uncle as 
4th Earl 1837; 1838 Elizabeth Marianne, dau. of 
the late General Sir W. E. B. Napier, K.C.B. Is a 
J.B. and D.L. for co. Mayo, of which co. he was 
formerly also Vice-Lieutenant ; was formerly Secre- 
tary of Legation and Charge 1 d'Affaires at Buenos 
Ayrcs. — Castle Gore, co. Mayo. 

Heir, hia son Arthur Sfiunderfl William Charles Fox. Vis- 
count PudTey, educated nt Eton! n J. P. and D.L. fur en. 
Donegal rvnd Mayo, and Ppneial CoinmisMoner of rncomo 
Tax; formerly atl.iohe nt. Vienna and Pnrl« ; h. ls:!9 ; tn. 
18BS tli,-! lion, Edith. 2nd dau ..f IV lato V>». nunl Joi elyn, 
and grand-dau, of Hubert,, 3rd Earl of ItoUon, and turn 
Ifhic, a dim. 

+ ARROWSMITH, Petem Rotitwell, Esq., of 
the Ferns, Lancashire. 

A. 18—; "i. IH.'iT .Mary Jane, foil rl h dau. of the late 

James Knight, Esq., ntid sisfdr of the Rev. Jam eg 
William Knight, of Baxterley Hall, Atherstono, co. 
Warwick, and has issue. Is a Magistrate for SO. 
Lancaster. — The Fcms, UoKoii, Lancashire. 

ARTHUR, Sir Fbederick Leopold, Bart, (cr. 
1811). 

Eldest sou of tlie late Right lion Sir George Arthur, 
K.C.H., by Kli/a Orde, dan. of the l it" Sir John I' 
Sigismumi Smith, K C.B., B.A ; /'. 1816; ». 1851; 
m. I860 Lndy Rlicnbcth, dau, of I honi u RoWrt, 10th 
Karl of K innoull, It a Miiiii tratf for Middlesex, Col, 
in tho Army, formerly Cflpl Ith Foot ; \>a~ Military 
Soerctury to hi* fatlurin India. Tho 1st Biirt uas 
nmny yenra Lieut. -Governor of Upper Canada, and 
Governor df Bombay 18t2 ti. an.i was Appointed Pro* 
visional! y Gov, rnor-General of India in 1816.— lW/i » 
Clvb, s.\v. ; 24, Quci's Gate, Kentingfon, iff. 

Heir, hi .on 0« t(jr CoBtptOD Archibald. *. l»' - .0. 
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ARTHUR, the Rev. James, of AtLerington, 
Devon. 

Eldest son of the late William Arthur, Esq., of Broad- 
gate, by Grace, dau. of Edward Hockin, Esq., of 
Stowe; ft. 1707; s. 1814; m. 1826 Mary, dau. of 
| Thomas Burnard, Esq., of Bideford. Devon, and has, 
with other issue, 

•Thomas EreV-e, 6. 1S2S; m. 1S36 Marv Priscilla, dau. oi 
John Wills, Esq. 

Mr. Arthur, wdio was educated at Bembroke Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1823), is a Magistrate for Devon, 
Bector and Lord of the Manor of Atherington, and 
Batron of that living. This family were formerly 
seated in Cornwall. — Atherington Rectory, Barnstaple. 

ARTHUR, Thomas, Esq.; of Glanomera, co. 
Clare. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Arthur, Esq., of 
Glanomera, by Harriet, dau. and co-heir of the late 
Wm. Smith. Esq., of Cahirmoyie ; b. 1806; s. 1845. 
Mr. Arthur, who was educated at Eton aud Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is Lord of the Manor of Glanomera. This 
family have been seated in co. Clare since the time of 
Oliver Cromwell, and before that period were settled in 
co. Limerick. — Glanomera, Limerick. 

Heir Pres., his brother the Eev. Lucius Arthur, b. 1810; m. 
1R40 Caroline Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of John Jervis, Esq., of 
Mo-eley, co Warwick, and has issue. 

ARTHUR. (See Lcaly-Arthur.) 

ARUNDELL OF WAR DOUR, Lord (Jon* 
Francis Arundell). — Cr. 1605. 

Eldest son of Henry Benedict, 11th Lord, by his 2nd 
wife Frances Catherine, dau. of tho late Sir Henry J. 
Tichborne, Bart., of Tichborne, Hants; //. 1831 ; s. 
1862; m. 1862 Anne Lucy, dau. of John Errington, 
Esq., of Higll Warden, Northumberland. Educated at 
Stonyhurst Coll.; is a Count of the Holy Boman 
Empire, and Lieut. B. Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry, and 
co-heir to the baronies of Fitz-Payne and Kerdestou; 
a J.P. and D.L. for Will-, and Lord of the Manors of 
Wfirdour and Tisbury, Wilts ; anil Batron of 2 livings. 
The first Lord, a military commander, was raised to 
the peerage for his services against the Turks. A 
branch settled in Cornwall were also raised to tho 
peerage, as Lords Arundell of Tp rice, but the title 
became extinct in tho 18th century. — H'arJour Castle, 
Salisbury, WUtu; Stafford Club, xf. 

Heir Pres., his brother, Etciard AJovsiuS, in Holy Orders ; b. 

(834, 

ARUNDELL, tho Hon. Robert, of Candover 
House, Hauls. 
Fourth son o' James Fverard, !>'h L^rd Arundell of 
V.'ardnur, by his 2nd wife Maty. Srd dau. of the late 
Robert Burdett Jones, Esq.. of Adi s. SussHtj ft. 181 j; 
m, 1837 Elizabeth Louisa, eldest dau. of the Rev. John' 
Jones, of Hurley on-the-hill, co. Rutland, and by her 
(who d. 1861) has issue thro*, daughters. 1- I'ait. 
Hants Yeomanry Cavalry; late Lieut. 2nd Life Guards. 
— CandoVir House, Alrcsfvrd, Hants. 

ARUNDELL, William Rkinfrsd Arcxpfii 

HAItUIS-. Eflq., of liffton, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late V\ ill im Anindeil Harri<«- 
Arnndell. E»o., of St. Mnry's Lifron . «ho was a J.P. 
and D.L. fur Povnn, and n MafristRitc for Corn wall \ 
by Mary I.neiudn, dau, of Will in n» WeUbcr, Esq. ; ft 
1822; .«. 186.): m I AdO Flir.beM-, of thfl Rf? 

lb nry Towiu nd, and has, with other issuo, 

• VTIIUam Ri infrot, h. is.-,?. 
Mr. Harris-Arund- 11. who was eduM(.d «t Eton, repre- 
»ents a family deiOeudtd from tha Amtidrll* of Trong- 
wainlnn ; the surname of H irris was KMOIBfd bv tho 



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grandfather, and that of Arundell assumed by the 
father, of the present representative. — Li/ton, near 
Exeter, Devon. 

ARUNDELL. (See Hunter- Arundell.) 

ASH, of Ashbrook, co. Londonderry. 
(See Birtsford, of Lcarmount.) 

ASHBROOK, Viscount (Hexrt Flower).— Cr. 
1751. 

Second but. only surviving son of Henry Jeffrey, 4th 
Viscount, by his 1st wife Deborah Susannah, dau. of 
Eev. William M. Freind ; b. 180G; s. 1847; m. 1828 j 
Frances, dau. of the late Rev. Sir J. Robinson. Bart. \ 
Is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny and for Queen's 1 
Co., and Patron of 1 living. Assumed the name of | 
Walker in lieu of Flower; but in 1847 resumed his 
paternal name, by Royal licence. — Castle Burrow, co. 
Kilkenny; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 26, Dover Street, vr. 

Heir, his son Henry Jeffrey, late Liput. 52nd Foot ; was High 
Sheriff of Queen's Co. 1856 ; 6. 1829. 

ASHBURNHAM, Earl of (Bertram Asiibcrx- 
ham).— Cr. 1730. 

Eldest son of George, 3rd Earl, E.G., by his 2nd wife, 
Lady Charlotte, eldest dau. of Algernon, 1st Earl of 
Beverley; b. 1797; s. 1830; m. 1810 Katherine Char- 
lotto, dau. of the late George Baillie, Esq., of Jervis- 
wood and Mellerstain, N.B., and sister of George, 10th 
Earl of Haddington. Is a J. P. and D.L. for Sussex, a 
Magistrate for co. Carmarthen, Lord of the Manors of 
Ashburnharn, &c, and Patron of 8 livings. This 
family have been settled in East Kent since the early 
Saxon times. — Ashburnharn Place, Battle, Sussex ; Bark- 
ing Hall, Needham, Suffolk ; 30, Dover Street, vr. 

Heir, his son Bertram, Viscount St. Asaph, b. 1840. 

ASHBURNHAM, the Hon. PERCT, of Slicrn- 
- fold Park, Sussex. 

•Second son of George, 3rd Earl Ashburnharn, E.G., by 
his 2nd wife Lady Charlotte, dau. of Algernon, 1st 
Earl of Beverley, sister of George, 5th. Duko of Nor- 
thumberland ; 1709 ; Ml. 1838 Esther, dau. of the 
late Lient.-Col. By, R.E., but by her (who d. 1848) has 
ho surviving issue. — Shernfold Park, Tunbridge Wells; 
39, Hill St net, W. 

ASIIBURXIIAM, the Hon. Thomas, C.B. 
Fourth son of George, 3rd Earl of Ashburnharn, E.G. ; 
ft. 1807; m. 1859 the lion A lei Aide, youngest d*u. of 
Thomas, 3rd Lord Foley (she d. 1800). Is N Major- 
Gen. in the Army, Col. of the 82nd Regt., and A. 1>. C. 
to 1 1 io Queen; commanded th" British expedition in 
China 1867, and a division in India 1867-8. — United 
Service Club, s.w. ; 40, Park Street, w. 

ASHBURNHAM, Sir Akchitei, Bart., of 
Hmomhnm, Sussex (cr, 1(>GI). 
Eldest surviving son of the late Rev. Sir Join, Ash- 
burnharn, Bark, ol Broomham, Cnnon of Chiehostrr, by 
Funny, 4th dau. of William Foster, Esq., of [lolling 
• on, Sussex; b. 18'.»8; ». ui 8th Hart. 1864; u 1H,)!I 
Isabella, eldest dau. of the httr. C'upt. George Bohun 
Martin, R.N., C.B, of East Bridgford, Notts. \* a 
MHRistrata for Sussex, and Patron of l living, Do- 
•cendou from a common ancestor with the ljirl of Asu- 
burnhnm.— - BroomAam, Hantingt. 

IMr, til Hon Ancliltcl Tl. r i, b. 1801. 

ASllBUItN'HAM, Lady, of Broomham, Basses 
(cr. 

Ann. dan, of Mr. Hnrman, m, a < his 2nd wife the Rot, 
J' lm Aihlmrnhftin, Hart , of Broonthatn Park, 



Canon of Chichester, who d. 1854; is. Lady r.f •!., 
Manor of Broomham. — Broomham Park, Hastings. 

ASHBURTON, Lord (Francis Baring; .—Cr 
1835. 

Eldest surviving son of Alexander, 1st Lord (who d. 
1848), by Anue. dau. of the late William Bingham, 
Esq., of Philadelphia, U.S.; b. 1SO0; 5. his brother a) 
3rd Lord 1864; m. 1833 Clara Lortense, dau. of U 
Due de Bassano. Is a Dtp. -Lieut for Essex, a Magis- 
trate for Norfolk, Lord of the Manor for Bujker.ham, 
and Patron of 8 livings, and of 2 alternate presenta- 
tions ; was M.P. for Thetford 1832-41 ami 1S48-57. 
The 1st Peer was President of the Board ot' Trade. The 
Barony of Ashburton, first conferred in 17S2 upon John 
Dunning, Esq., became ext. in 1823. — Biukenham Park, 
Thetford, Norfolk ; The Grange, A'resford, Hai.ts ; Loch 
Luirhart, Dingwall, Ross-shir. , X.B. ; Addiscombe Farm, 
Croydon ; Carlton and Travellers Clubs, S.Vf. ; Bulk 
House, Piccadilly, Vf.. 

Heir, his son Alexander Hugh, B.A. ot Ph. Ch., Oxford, J. P. 

and D.L. for Norfolk, late M.P. for Thetford ; b. 1S35 ; tn. 

1864 Hon. Leonora Caroline, '2nd dau. of Edward, ath Lord 

Digby. 

ASHBURTON, Dowager Lady, of Melchet 
Park, Hants. 
Louisa Caroline, 3rd dau. of the late Ricrht Hon. .Tames 
Alexander Stewart Mackenzie, by the Hon. Mary Eliza- 
beth Frederica Mackenzie, eldest dau. of Francis, last 
Lord Seaforth.and widow of Sir Samuel Hood, Bart., 
K.C.B. ; m. 1858 (as 2ud wife) William Bingham, 2nd 
Lord Ashburton (who d. 1864). — Mclc/ict Park, 
Romscy, Hants. 

ASHBY, Georce Ashbt, Esq., of Nasebr, Nor- 
thamptonshire. 
Only son of the late Rev. George Ash by Maddock, of 
Nasehy, and of Greenfields, co. Salop, by Anne, dau. of 
Mr. George Procter, < if Cairn Cottage, eo. Arjiyle ; b. 
1834; S. 1836; m. 1855 Ellen, dau. "of M:ijor-0eneral 
Hope-Gibsone, of Peutlaud, Mid-Lothian, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Gi'orge Ashby, b. lB'.G. 
Mr. Ashby, who assumed the name and arms of Ashl J 
by Royal licence, 1857, in right of his grandmother, 
Hannah Maria, dau. of Edmund Ashl y. Esq . of the 
Lynches, .Salop, is a Magistrate for co^. Northampton 
and Leicester, and a Dep.:! i< ut. t'.r eo. Northampton 
(High Sheriff 1863), and Patron of 1 Living; whs for- 
merly Cu.pt. 1 1th Hussars. This i* the senior branch 
of the ancient family of Ashbj . which can be authenti- 
cally traced from Richard Uo Ashby, Lord of the 
Manors of Louth, Croxton. and Quenby, co. L^icc-tcr, 
A.n. 1297. — The B"<> .//, v «, A'owty, Weiford, Xorthamp- 
ton&hirt; Army at.d Savy dab, s.yt. 

ASI1E. the Ri v. Robert Martyjj, of Lankier, 
Wills. 

Eldest and onlv Utrviving son of the late Rev. Robert 
Ashe, of Laii^ley IIoubo, by Mary June Jenner, dau. of 
Richard Whtts, Esq., of ll.ii uhill, Co. Gloucester; t>. 
1807: ». 1X55; „i. IS5'2 Lititiii, youngest dim. (if th« 
late Cupta Daly, of the 53rd Font, and In* issue, Mi 
Ashe. uho Wan I'diieatcd at Trinity Coll . Oxford <R A. 

1828, M.A. 1832). is a Mngistmra for Wilts. Lord of 

the Minor of 1 vr -ley HttlTPlI, and Patron of that 
living.- iAinglry //ottM, ( hn>i>r>.ha;n. 

ASHFIELD, the Rav. Giukwa W^mxr. 

Eldest son of tin' Into Uvv. Charlci Aaltlleld, Vienr of 
Stnkely, Huek«. bl Mary, d.iu of th.' l!ev. Edmund 

Wodley. of Soulbury, Dnrks; 17 ( .>< ; »" i ^ i r 

Anno, 3nl daU. of the R*V, W illiam (..■>.! TO. of Pinton 
Hull, Huckl*. DdttCfttod nt Merchant ItiylOTt' and 
BnRMBM C.U., Onfitrd (B.A, 1 RI O : appointed RNM 
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Ashl 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Ash 



of Gt. Bhtkenham, Suffolk, 1827, of Burgate 1834; is a I 
Magistrate for Suffolk and Bucks. This family was 
formerly of Stowlangtoit Hall, Suffolk. — Murgate, Scale, 1 
Norfolk. 

ASHFORDBY-TREXCHARD, John, Esq., of 
Stanton Park, Wiltshire, and Nyn Park, | 
Herts. 

Only son of the late Kev. John Trenchard Craven I 
Ashfordby-Trenehard, of Stanton Park, by Mary j 
Elizabeth, only dau. of the Eev. Samuel Davit's ; b. 
184-1; in. 1867 Augusta, only child of the Rev. H. R. j 
Fowler, of Felton, co. Gloucester. Is Lord of the Manor j 
of Stanton Fitzwarren, and Patron of that living, and | 
represents a family of ancient Leicestershire extraction, j 
The additional name of Trenchard was assumed by 
Royal licence by the grandfather of the present owner 
in 1801, in compliance with the will of his maternal j 
uncle. — Stanton Park, Highworih, Wilts; Nyn Park,\ 
Herts. 

ASHHURST, John Henry, Esq., of Waterstock, 
Oxfordshire. 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late William 
Henry Ashhurst, Esq., of Waterstock (many years M.P. 
for Oxfordshire), by Elizabeth, dau. of O.Mosley, Esq., 
of Bulesworth Castle, co. Chester; b. 1813; *. 1846; 
m. 1848 Elizabeth, dau. of the late Thomas Duffield, 
Esq., M.P., of Marcham Park, Berks, and has, with 
other issue, 

« William Henry, b. ISM. 
Mr. Ashhurst, who was educated at the Charterhouse, 
is a J.P and D.L. for Oxon ; Lord of the Manor of 
Waterstock and Patron of that living; was formerly 
Capt. 15th Foot. — Waterstock, Oxford. 

ASHLEY, Lord. (See under Shaftesbury, Earl of.) 

ASHLEY, the Hon. Anthony Evelyn Mel- 
bourne. 

Second surviving son of Anthony, 7th Earl of Shaftes- 
bury, by Lady Emily, eldest d;iu. of Peter Leopold, 5th 
Earl Cowper; b. 1830; m. 18GG Sybella Charlotte, 
2nd dan. of Sir Waltor Rockcliffc Farqnhar, Bart. 
Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (.11. A. 18.">8).J 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1803 ; is a J.P. and 
D.L. for Dorset, and Lieut. South Middlesex Rifle 
Volunteers; was formerly See. to Lord Palmerston. 
— 24, Grosvenor Square, s.w. ; 5, Paper Buildings, 
Temple, E.C. 

ASHLEY, the Hon. A'NTHONY LlONEX GeOROK. 
Third surviving nun of Anthony, 7th Earl of Shaftes- 
bury, by Lady Emily, eldesl dau. of Peter Leopold, .1th 
Earl Cowper; A. 1838. Educated at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (M.A. 1859); is a Dep.-Licut. for Dorset, 
and a Merchant in the City. — 21, GroSVCHOr Square, w. 

ASHLEY, tli.- Hon. Mrs., of Copt Hall. Essex, 
Julia, eldest dan. and heir of tin, late Henry John 
Conyers, Esq., of Copt Hall, E<sex; m. 1840 the Hun 
Anthony John Ashley, Q.C., barrister-sit -law »( the 
Inner temple, and a J.P, mid D.L. for Essex, who 
d.s.p. 1B67.— Copt Hall, tipping, Eisex) 17, l'j>per 
Jlrook St red, W. 

ASHTON, Benjamin, Esq., of Geo Cross, Che- 

sliiro. 

Second Hon of the late Sumui I Ashton, l '.>q., of Gee Cross, 
by Mary, dau. of Thomas turner, K 'I . "I Dudley, eo, 
Chester; b. 1813; *. 18-19, Is a Magistrate for co. 
Chester, and n Manufacturer at Hyil«, This family 
lias long been resident m I lie ^neighbourhood of Hyde. 
— Git Cross, Cho/iire. 

line /Yri.,ula urotuor ThomiM, kMnglitrate for no. RhetMf ; 

b. 1816. 

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ASHTOX, Mrs., of Gorstage Hall, Cheshire. 
Louisa, third dau. of the late Sir John L. Lister-Kaye, 
Bart., of Denby Grange, co. York, by Lady Amelia, oth 
dau. of George Harry, 5th Earl of Stamford and War- 
rington ; m. 1850 Richard Ashton, Esq., of Gorstage 
Hall, who d. s. p. 1867. — Gorstage Hull, yurthwich, 
Cheshire. 

ASHTON, Ralph Shorroce, Esq., of "Wood- 
lands, Lancashire. 
Second son of the late Thomas Ashton, Esq.. of Wood- 
lands, b}' Mary, dau. of Ralph Shorrock, Esq., of Black- 
burn ; b. 1S29. Educated at University Coll., London 
(B.A. 1852); is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and a 
Merchant andManufacturer. — Woodlands, Oecr Darwen ; 
lief or in Club, s/W. 

+ ASHTOX, Samuel, Esq., of Presfrvich, Lan- 
cashire. 

Son of the late Samuel Ashton, Esq., of Middleton, co. 
Lancaster, by Mary, dau. of John Howarth, Esq. ; h. 
18 — . Is a Magistrate fur co. Lancaster, and a Mer- 
chant and Manufacturer at Manchester. — Prcstieich, 
Mauchcsti r. 

ASIITOX, Thomas, Esq., of Middleton, Lan- 
cashire, and Hatfield Court, Herefordshire. 
Second son of the late Samuel Ashton, Esq., of Middle- 
ton (who d. 1S33), by Mary, dau. of John Howarth, 
Esq., of Edenfieid; b. 1792"; m. 1834 Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Slater, Esq., of Nut Bank, near Manchester, 
and has, with other issue, 

* John Howarth. b. 1840'; m. 18(13 Maria, elder dau. of 
Frederick Berhvell, Esq., of Norfolk Square, Hyde Fark, 
London, and has issue. 

Mr. Ashton is a Magistrate for cos. Lancaster and 
Hereford, Lord of the Manor of Hatfield, and Patron 
of 1 living. — Middleton, Manchester; Hatfield Court, 
Lcomiustir ; Cliff Hall, Tamworth ; Ford Bank, Dids- 
b try, Manchester. 

ASHTOWN, Lord (Frederick Mason Trench). 
— Or. 1S00. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Trench, Esq. (next 
brother of Frederick, 1st Lord), by Mary, dau. of 
Henry Mason, Esq.; b. 180-1; s. his uncle (under a 
special remainder) as 2nd Lord 1840: m. 1st 1831 
Henrietta, dau. of the late Thomas Phillips Cosbv, 
Esq., of Stradbally Hall, Queen's Co. (she d. 1845i: 
2nd 1.862 Elizabeth, 2nd dau. and heir of the late 
Richard Oliver Gascoigno, Esq , of Ca<tlo Oliver, co. 
Limerick. Is a J.P. and D.L. fur co. Gal Way (of which 
county h 1 has been High Sheriff"), and Patron of 1 
living; — Woodlnum, Galway. 

Heir, liii turn Frederick Slilnev Cliarln*. 1P79; m. 1967 
l.j ly Anno, eldest dau. of \\ illiam, 3rd Earl of Clancarty. 

ASH W < HH H, Henry, Esq., of Turton, Lanca- 
shire. 

Eldrsl son of the late John .Ashworth. Esq., of Titrt ->n, 
by Isabel, deu. of Thomas Thomasvon. Esq.. of Elg- 
worth; b, 17 04 ; IS&5; »t. 1823 Letitia, dan. of 
OeOPgd Bin lit Esq., of Liverpool, and ban, With other 

issue, 

• (i 'orce Binns A«h«nrtli, b. 1"M. 

Mr. Athworth, who is a Magistrate for CO, L&nGMtOT, 
represi nts an OflCICUt family, who wore m ind of the 
Manor of Ashworth, in Lancashire, with the Manorial 
rights, which thev held for m.inv generations, and who 
si' l> ■ I villi the l'iirliatnentary army trn/>. Charles I. 
— The Ottiit. I'lirtat, UqUqH ffe/oTM Club, s w. 

+ ASHWORTH, the Rev. Jons IIekvet, late 
of Crnffgiw Tower, co. Cltvre, 

S >n of the late John AlUwOrtlt, Esq, wf Elian. I Bank, 
co. York; h. 1 7 1» •"» ; M. 1827 Mary, dan. of T II 
Vnv is uir, Esq. I^Juentcl at I'mversity foil.. Oiford 



Ask] 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



[Ast 



(B.A. 1819, M.A. 182.3); is a Magistrate for Hants, j 
This family have been settled for many generations in | 
cos. York and Lancaster. 

ASKEW, Henry William, Esq., of Conishead 
Priory, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Henry Askew, of Greystoke 
Eeetory, Penrith, by Ann, dau. of Col. Sunderland, of 
Little Croft. Ulverstone; b. 1808 ; m. 1832 Lucy, 3rd i 
dau. of the late Hon. and. Right Rev. Hugh Percy, Lord 
Bishop of Carlisle, and has issue, 

• Henry Hugh, b. 1S-17. 

Mr. Askew is a Magistrate for cos. Argyle, Cumber- i 
land, and Lancaster, and Patron of 1 living. — Conis- \ 
head Priory, Ulverstone ; Glehridding, Penrith, Cum- 
berland. 

ASKEW, WATSON, Esq., of Pallmsburn, Nor- 
thumberland. 
Only son of the late Capt. Christopher C. Askew, R.N., 
of Broadbush, Hants, by Sarah, dau. of Patrick Dick- 
son, Esq., of Whitecross, co. Berwick; b. 1834; s. his 
uncle 1851 ; m. 18.36 Sarah, eldest dau. of David 
Robertson, Esq.. M.P., of Ladykirk, co. Berwick, and 
has, with other issue, 

* David Hugh Watson, b. 1863. 

Mr. Askew, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is a J. P. and D.L. for Northumberland (High 
Sheriff 1 803 ). — Palliiisburn, Woolh r, Northumberland ; 
Carlton, and Oxford and Cdmbridf/e Clubs, s.w. 

+ ASPLNALL, John, Esq., of Standen Hall, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late John Thomas Walshman As- 
pinall, Esq., of Standen Hall (who was J. P. anrl D.L. 
for co. Lancaster, and formerly M.P. for Clitheroe), by 
Elinor, dau. of N. Aspinall. Esq.; b. 1S17; s. 1860. 
Is Patron of 1 living. — Standen Hall, Clitheroe. 

ASSHETON, Ralph, Esq., of Downham Hall, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late William Assheton, Esq., of 
Downham Hall, by Frances Annabella, dau. and j 
co-heir of the late lion. William Cockayne, of Rushton 
Hall, co. Northampton ; 6.1830; s. "l 8.08 ; m. 18o4 
Emily Augusta, daw. of Joseph Feilden, Esq., of i 
Witton, co. Lancaster, and has issuo. Mr. Assheton, ] 
who was educated at Eton and Trinity Coll., Cam- 1 
bridge (15. A. 18.32). is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster 
and VV, Gliding of Yorkshire. This family is the only 
known branch in direct male descent from the ancient 
house of Ashton, of Ashton-under-Lyno. — Downham 
Hull, Clitheroe; University Club, s.vtn 

A SSI rETON-S M 1 TI 1 . (See lh.ff.) 

ASTELL, Charles Edward, Esq., of Puddle- 
hiuton, Dorsetshire. 

Fourth son of the late William Aslell, Esq., M.P. ( for- 
me 1 1 y Thornton), of Everton House, Hunts, by Sarah, 
only dan. of tho latn John Httrvetf, ISsq.i of Inkwell 
Bury, Beds, and [''iuninRley, eo. i'ork; b 1810; m, 
isis Harriett©, dau. of Francis Spaight, Ksq., ol Derry 

CuKllo, CO. Tippcrai V, and has, with Other issue, 

• Bomomt ChAtlei Godfrey F.iirfax. ^. 1866. 
Mr. ABtell is a Magistrate fur Dorset, and a Major in 
the Army, late of (ho 16th Rfgt, — Wist. Lodge, Puddle- 
hiuton, JJorchmtrr. 

ASfKLL, John Harvey, Esq., of Woodbury 
1 1 all, Cambridgeshire. 
'"' ' uu but ohk'Sl surviving son of iho late William 
I loruton, Esq., m.1\, of Evvrton House, Hunts (who 



assumed the name of Astell by Royal licence 1806" 
and d. 1847), by Sarah, dau. of the late John Harvey 
Esq., of IckweLl Bury, Beds; b. 1S06; 5. his brother 
1864; m. 1863 Anne Emelia, dau. of Robert Parrv 
Nisbet, Esq., of Southbroom House, Wilts, late M.P. 
for Chippenham, and has, with other issue, 

* William Harvey, b. 1860. 

Mr. Astell, who was educated at Haileybury Coll., is a 
Magistrate for cos. Cambridge and Hunts, a Dep. -Lieut, 
for Bi-ds and the City of London, and was formerly 
superintendent of E ist India Company's Factory at 
Canton; he was M.P. for Cambridge 1862-3, for Ash- 
burton 1859-6.5. — Woodbury Hall, St.Seots; Carlton 
and Union Clubs, s.w. 

ASTLEY (See under Hastings, Lord.) 

ASTLEY, Sir Francis Dug dale, Bart., of 
Everleigh, Wilts (cr. 1821). 
Only son of the late Sir John Dugdale Astley, Bart., 
of Everleigh House (who was M:P. for Wilts 1820-34), 
by Sarah, dau. of W. Page, Esq. ; b. 1805: s. 1812; 
tu. 1826 Emma Dorothea, dau. of the late Sir Thomas 
Buckler Lethbridge. Bart. Is a J.P. and D.L. for Wilts, 
Lord of the Manor of Everleigh. and Patron of 3 livings. 
Is descended from a common ancestor with. Lord 
Hastings. — Everleigh House, Marlborough. 

Heir, his son John Dugdale, J.P. for co. Lincoln and Wilts, 
and Lieut.-Col. Seas Fusilier Guard-; lsi'S; m. 1658 
Elearu.r Blanche, only dan. aivl heir ot' T. G. Corbctt, 
Esq., of Elsham (whom see), and cousin of the Duke of St. 
Alban's. 

ASTLEY, Fbaxcis Dokinfield Palmer, Esq.,* 

of Dukinliehl Lodge, Cheshire. 
Only surviving son of the late Francis Dukinfield 
Astley, Esq., of Dukinfield, co. Chester, by Susan, dau. 
of Major Palmer, of lckwell, Beds; b. 1825; IS 17 
Gertrude Emma, dau. of the late Lieut-Gen. Sir Harry 
D. Jones, G.C.B., and by her (who d. 18C2) has, with 
other issue, 

* Francis Dukinfield, b. 1853. 

Mr. Astley, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Chester, Derby, and 
Inverness, a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and Lord 
of the Manor of Dukinfield; be was High Slier ill of 
Cheshire 1863. — Dukiufirld Lodge, Chester; Arisaip, 

Fort William, K.S. ; R. Y. Squadron, Coins : Brooks'* 
and lu form Clubs, s.w.; C7, Eaton Square, S.W, 

ASTLEY, John Newdigate Francis, Esq., of 
Ansley Park, Warwickshire. 
Eldest son of tho Rov. Francis Bickley Astley, by 
Mary Anno, Sit) dau. and eventual In ir of the lato 
John Newdignte Ludford, Esq., of Ansley Park; b. 1817; 
is a Dep. -Lieut, fur co. Warwick. — Ansliy Vark, mar 
Athrrstont. 

flifff rWlu his brntl.er TVninmin Itn.-klev Giftord. in holv 
orders. H.A. of ft, Albkn'l Hall. ONfor.1 : b. 1818 ; r». 1st 
ISOU Susan Lou I VI. Tth dan. of the laic Hon. nlld llev. 

Frcriurlck Picytlcll Bouvertc <-!»■ ./. : tad l«y Maris 

CathiM tin', el. lest dau . ol sir AlcMimkr l)i\io. Hart. 

ASTOX, .l.'iiv, Esq., of Llowing^on Hull. 
Warwickshire. 

Son of the late Samuel Aston, Esq., of RowiofrtOa 

Hall, by Jan.'. duu. of Mr. Walton; h, 1800; .« 1830; 
tn, 1834 Lucy, dau. of John Meredith. Esq, and tins 
issue, 

* John Mrr-di'li, H.A. j ^. IMS; m. IS - ; Knthrrinc Ann. 
■OUIIUtsI idltU. ol TlMUlSS lViul*rion, l>q., o( \\ liaritoiir, 
co. Warwick. 

Mr. Aston, who wns np|>->int.d High Bailiff of Bir- 
mingham 1810, is a Magistrate for co. Warwick, and 



t Uicsl whlUt ll.fs,.. vUrct" wrrr *t pMi 



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Ast] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Atk 



a Governor of King Edward's School, Birmingham. | 
— Rowington Hall, and The Dales, Edgbatton, War- i 
wickshire. 

ASTON, of Aston Hall. (See Talbot.) 

ASTON-PUDSEY, George Pudsey, Esq., of 
Seisdon Hall, Staffordshire. 
Eldest son of the lute George Peach Aston, Esq., of 
Newton, co. Salop, by Mary Anne, youngest dau. of j 
John Baker, Esq., of The Down, oo. Salop; b. 1826 ; s. 
his uncle, John Pudsey, Esq., 1860; is a Magistratefor 
co. Stafford, and Lord of the Manor of Seisdon. The 
family of Pudsey wero seated at Seisdon temp. Charles 
II. — Seisdon Ha'l, Wolverhampton. 
Hair Pres., his brother John, 6. 1831. 

ATCHERLEY, David Francis, Esq., of Marion 
Hall, Shropshire. 
Eldest son of the late Mr. Serjeant Atchcrley, of Mar- 
ton Hall, hy Anne Margaret, dau. of James Topping, 
Esq., of Whatcroft Hull, co. Chester; h. 1823 ; s. 1845; 
m. 1866 Minnie Amhurst, dau. of the lata Courtenay 
Stacev, Esq., of Sandling, Kent. Educated at Harrow 
and Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1844); is a J.P. and D.L. 
for co. Salop, a Magistrate for co, Flint pligh Sheriff 
of Salop, 1861), and Lord of the Manor of Mart on. 
— Marlon Hall, Shrewsbury; Whatcroft Hall, Middle- 
wich, Cheshire; Cyinmun, Flintshire ; The Ffrt/th, Den- 
bighshire ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

ATHERLEY, Francis Hexkv, Esq., of South- 
ampton and the Isle of Wight. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Rev. Arthur Atherlcy, 
of Heavitre -, near Exeter, by Amelia Elizabeth, dau. 
of the late Richard Dawkins, Esq., Olio of the Com- 
missioners of Excise, Auditor-General in Portugal 
during the Peninsular tVar ; h. 1831 ; 5. 1.857; m. 1863 
Lady Isabel Julia Elizabeth Howard, oldest dau. of 
Charles John, 17th Earl of SulFolk, and has issue, 

* Arthur Harrj (town, d, b. 18li5. 

Mr. Atherley, who was educated at Eton, is Lord of 
the Manors of Luecornbe, Lamlguard, and Road, in 1 1 1 <■ 
Isle of Wight ; he was formerly an GJnccr in tho Rille I 
Brigade, and received a Brevet Majority fur services at 
Cawnporc and Lucknow in 1 S."> 7 and IS.'iS. This family | 
has been long established in Hants.' -Trarelltrt' Club, \ 
e.w. ; 14, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, s.w. 

ATHERLEY, G-eorge, Esq., of Northbrook 
House, Hampshire. 
Eldest son of I ho late George Athulev, Esq . of Mouth- ' 
ampton, mid nephew id' tho late Arthur Atla rloy, lv-q., 1 
formerly MP. for Southampton; h. 1811); wi. 18."il 
Ellen, dau. of Arthur Frederick, Esq., and has, with 
other issue, 

• Evelyn George Hammond, i. is:.'.'. 

Mr. Atherlcy wan educated at Harrow and Trinity Coll , 
Cambridge, is a Magistrate for Hants, nn I a 1' putv- 
Lieut. for Southampton ; he purchased this pmjterty in 
1865 from tho family • > t" the Into Col. Saundorion, 
—Kor/hbroof, //,...„•,-, Ihshop Wttltham, Jin-its, Offvrd 
and Cambridge Club, s.w. 

ATHLUMNEY, Letfd (William Mkrkpytn 

SOMERVILLE I. Cl\ 1m-.;. 
Eldest Ion of the Into Sir Marcus SunicrviUe, I'.irt. 
(who d. 1831), by Marv Am..-, dan. of Sir Kiolinr.) 
Gorge* Meredyth," Uai-t. ; b. 1802; ■>. [H'.i'i l.-i-ty 
Harriet M iri.i, din. of I l-nrv, I Ml Mil rtjuis Coll ynffhaiil 
(she d. 1813) ; Snd 18(10 Maria Geurtfiann Klifcihith, 
dan. of th- hue H. '< JoncK, Km., Serjciint«ni>Lnw, 

Sits in tin- Hou«C -it Peerl as Lor I M-n lvh. t* If, (or. 

1860). 1,, „ j.p. and D.I, A>ron, M- m, ;'wn* M t», fur 
Droghedn 1837 .v.', for Ctuitcrtnir} ih »i OA; i " i, lor- 
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Secretary for the Home Department, and Chief Secre- 
tary for Ireland 1S47-52. — Somerville,Savan,co. Ideath; 
Brooks's Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son James Herbert Gustavus ileredjth, b. 1S65. 

ATFIOLE, Duke of (John James Hugh Hexet 
Stewart Murray). — Or. 1703. 

Only son of George, 6th Duke, by Anne, only dau. of 
Henry Home Di-uminond, E>q., of Blair Drummond, 
co. Perth; b. 1840; is. 1861: m. 1803 Louisa, eldest 
dau. of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe. Bart., of that ilk. Sits 
in the House of Lords as Earl Strange (or. 1786); is 
Hereditary Sheriff of co. 'Perth, and represents the head 
of the ancient and historic Scottish house of Murray; 
late Cape. Scots Fusiliers. — Blair Castle, Blair Athole ; 
Dunkeld House. Dunkeld, Perthshire; Guards' and 
Carlton Clubs, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his uncle Lord James Charles Plantag-enct (2nd 
son of James, late Lord Glenlyon, wbo 'J. lsUT, by Lady 
Em ly, 2nd dau. of Hugh, -.'lid Duke of Northumberland), 
a Magistrate for co. Perth. Groom in M'aiting to the Queen, 
and late Col. Scots Fusilier Guards; b. ISIS; »». 1S51 Eliza- 
beth, dau. of the late George Fairholme. Esq., of Greeukuow, 
co. Berwick, and has issue three daughters. 

ATHORPE, Joux Carver, Esq., of Dinnington, 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Marmaduke Middle-ton Middle- 
ton, Esq., of Learn Hall, co. Derby, by Mary Ann. dau. 
of Robert Athorpe. Athorpe, Esq.. of Dinnington Hall, 
eo. York; b. 1803 ; .v. his uncle Thomas Athorpe, Esq., 
1820; vi. 1831 Marv, dau. of Thomas Gibbon FitZ- 
Gibbon, Esq., of Ballyseeda, co. Limerick, and by her 
(who d. 1863) has, with other issue, 

• GeortreMiddlptnn.m Holy Oiders, M. A. of Emmanuel Coll., 
Cambridge; b. 1855. 

Mr. Athorpe, who was educated at Emmanuel Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1826, M.A. 1829), is a J.P. and D.L 
fir co. Derby, a Magistrate for the West Hiding of 
Yorkshire, and aCapt. lstW. York Yeomanry Cavalry. 
— Dinnington, llotlarham. 

ATHY, Handle Edmond Lyxch, Esq., of Ren- 
ville, co. Oahvay. 

Eldest son of the Into Philip Lynch Athy. E~q., r-f 
Renville, by Mary Bridget, dau. of Handle MacDonnell, 
Esq., of Fairfield, co. Dublin; b. 1815; s. 1810; - 
1 H..S Murgnret, dau. of William Hilt Buckle, Esq., of 
Chaccly, co. Worcester, and has, with other issue, 

• Edmoud Joseph Philip, 6. 1859. 

Mr. Athy, who was educated at Downside Coll., is s 
M itristi'.ile for co. Gatwoy. — Rinvdlc, Oranmore, <o 
tiidwau, 

iVTKIN, Jons Thomas, Esq., of Lculing-ton, 

co. Cork. 

Eldest son of the lnte Maurice Uniacko Atkin. Esq., of 
Liadington. Lieut. -Col. X. Cork Militia, by Elizabeth, 
only dau. of Danid M'Carthv. E«q., <>f Carriunar.ir.. * 
CO, Cork, and grand dan. ot Gerald. 24th Lord K. 
sib-; ITS-; m. 1812 Sophia, dan. of — Wright. 
E- I , of Dublin, and has, with othi r is>ue, 

• Mic.irlco, l,. 1st i. 

Mr. Atkin, who was rducntfld at Trinity Coll., Dttblio, 
i* descended fmm lUc Atkins. ■« of Somenet, of *ll I 
Ui» lint Rcttlerin Ireland, John Atkin, d. in 1041 

t*adington, near Mid-ilclon, oo. Cork. 

+ ATICtN, Wsvmt. Esq.. of Atkinvillo, CO 
Cork. 

S..ii nf llid Into Mr. — Alkin ; h. 18—: M. IS 
(Vmbollfl, , Id.-I dtU, Of the late J«.hn Dr, w. l-i . •• 

lt<vkll«ldi cm. Kerry, tnJ -i^tir of the R«t 1 
VMllmm Drew («hum >-eo\. Heprtntntt « youn( 
I nn ch nf the Aikiu-oi. of LMllilUAnn. -AtiiHt^f 
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ATKINS, John Pelly, Esq., of Halstead Place, | 
Kent. 

Son of the late John Atkins, Esq., of Halstead Place, 
Alderman and Lord Mayor of London (who was M.P. | 
for Arundel 1S30-31), by Anna Maria, dau. of the late | 
Ven. Dr. Burnaby, of Baggrave Hall, Archdeacon of 
Leicester; b. 1800; in. 1825 Anna, dau. of J. Gv 
Children, Esq. Is a Magistrate for Kent, and Lord of 
the Manor of Halstead.— Halstead Place, Sevenoaks. 

ATKINS, Robert St. Legeb, Esq., of Water- 
park, co. Cork. 
Only son of the late Robert Atkins, Esq., of Water- 
park, Capt, 60th Rifles, by Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of 
James Penrose, Esq., of Wood Hall. co. Cork; b. 1842 ; 
5. 1858; is Lord of the Manor of Waterpark. This 
family is descended from Hey ward St. Lcger, Esq., of 
Ileyward's Hill, who m. Margaret Atkins, whose second 
son s. to this property.— Waterpark, Carrigaline, co. 
CorJc. 

Heirs Pres.. his sisters Loui;a, Mary Elizabeth, and Hen- 
rietta Ceraldine. 

ATKINS. ( Sce Martin-Atkins.) 

ATKINS-BOWYER, Henry, Esq., of Steeple 

Aston, Oxfordshire. 
Eldest son of the late William Atkins-Howyer, Esq., of 
Bray wick Grove, Berks (eldest son of Richard Bnwyer, 
who assumed the name of Atkins, under the will of 
Sir Richard Atkins, Bart., of Clapham, Surrey), by 
Francos, eldest dau. of the Hon. B. Wentworth, Secre- 
tary of the Province of N. Scotia; b. 1805; m. 1833 
Isabella, eldest dau. of James Hodges Byles, Esq., and 
has, with other issue, 

• Henry, Into Col. 10th Hussars ; 6. 1S37. 
Mr. Atkins-Bowyer, who was educated at the Military 
Coll., Addiseombe, and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 1829, M.A. 1817), is a Lop.-Lieut. for Oxford- 
shire, Lord of the Manor and Patron of Clapham, 
Surrey, and Lieut. -Col. Commanding 1st Oxford Uni- 
versity Rifle Volunteers, and was formerly in the 14th 
Light Dragoons. This family is a branch of that of 
Sir G. Bowycr, Bart., of Eadley (whom see). — Steeple 
Aston House, Oxford; Junior United Service and 
Arthur's Clubs, s.w. ; Garriik Club, w.c. 

ATKINS-GOING, the Rev. Philip Goixc, of 

Firyille, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of tho late Robert Atkins, Esq., by Char- 
lotte, 2nd dau. and co-heir of Philip Going, E q., Oi I 
Mwiaqui), co. Tipperary; b. IKOt; s. 1839; /». 1830 | 
.bine, 2nd dau. of the late Rowland Morrison, Esq., of 
Tivoli IIouso, co. Cork, by his w ile Maria June, dau. of 
Robert Davies, Esq., M.D., and sister of the Rev. 
Boyle Davies, and has issue, 

• Hubert, b. 1830. 
Mr Atkins-Coiner, who was educated at Trinity Coll.. 
Dublin, uesumed tho additional name of doing under 
the wilt of his maternal grandfather, on the decease of 
hit widow Grace, dim. of Thomas Bernard, Esq,, ol 
CiimIo Bernard, Kiwi's Co. This family is n branch of 
M i Gloucestershire house of tho same name, and our <.( 
i he few remaining in tho male line. — t'irville, Mallow, 
to. Cork. 



the late Sir Thomas Gage, Bart., and has, with- other 
issue, 

* Charles John, b. 1855. 
Mr. Atkinson, who was educated at Shrewsbury, is a 
Magistrate for co. Northumberland ; formerly Capt. 
Northumberland Light Infantry Militia, and Lieut. 
Northumberland Yeomanry Cavalry. — Lorbottle, Whit- 
tingham, Alnwick; Cfjns.rvative Club, s.'w. 

+ ATKINSON, Capt. Bryan Waller, of Burton 
House, Westmoreland. 
Son of the late William Waitham Atkinson, Esq., of 
Burton House, by Anne, dau. of William Swainson, 
Esq., of Lancaster; b. 1828. Is a Magistrate for co. 
Westmoreland, and Lord of the Manor of Burton-in- 
Kendall, and a Capt. in the local Militia. — Burton 
House, Warcop, Wcstmorilond. 

ATKINSON, George, Esq., of Morland, West- 
moreland. 

Eldest son of the late Francis Baring Atkinson. Esq., 
of Morland Hall (who was a Magistrate for Cumber- 
land and Westmoreland, and a D.L. for Cumberland, 
High Sheriff 18.52-3, and formerly Lieut. 73rd Fout\ 
by his 2nd wife Ellen Frances, dau. of John Home, 
Esq., of Ivlpbaston, a descendant of the Homes of Whit- 
field and Wedderoourne ; b. 1838; s. 1864. Educated 
at Harrow and University Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1S59). 
This family was formerly of Temple Sowerby, Westmore- 
land. — Morland Hall, Penrith. 

Heir Pres.. his brother Francis Home, in Holy Orders, of 
Caius Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1810. 

4- ATKINSON, George Guy, Esq., of Ashley 
Park, co. Tipperary. 
Elder son of the late Anthony Atkinson, Esq., of South 
Park, co. Tipperary, by Catherine, dau. of — Blake, 
Esq., ami granddaughter of Nicholas, 5th Viscount 
Netterville ; b. 1800;" is a J.P. and D.L. for King's Co. 
and co. Tipperary. This family is descended from a 
common ancestor with the Atkinsons of Cangort. 
— Ashley Park, Nennah, co. Tipperary. 

Heir Pres., tiis brother Charles, of South Park.co. Tipperary ; 
6. ISO*. 

ATKINSON, Guy Newcomen, Esq., of Cangort,^ 
Kind's Co. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late Ouy Atkin- 
son, Esq., J. P., of Cangort (who was High Sheriff of 
Kinc's Co. 1817), by Anne Margaret, (hut. of the late 
William Trench, Esq., of Cangort Park'; b. 1817; 
1859. Educated at the l{. Military t oll.; is Ensign 
85th Foot This family have been seated in the King's 
Co. for about three centuries. — Caugort, Shinronr. 
King's Co. 

Heir I'm., his brother William Henry, b. IMS. 

ATKINSON, tin- Rev. James Atoostcs. 

Son of tho lato .lames Atkinson. Esq.; A 1881; m. 
1856 the Hon. Charlotte Adelaide, 3rd dan. ..f Richard, 
lith Visct. Chetwynd, 1". Incited nt IStOD anil Exeter 
foil., Oxford ( It A. 1863, M. V 1856); is Hec'or of 
Lnnirsight, co. Lancaster; late Lncnmbent of Hollin* 
wood, in the same co. — £oHd*tpAj RtitVTjf, >.r,xr M>iv- 
chesttr. 



ATKINSON, ADAM, Esq., of Lorbottle. Nor- ; 
tlmmbcrlund, 

r'.Mi.'M v„n nt' tho latfl Adam Atkinson. Esq., J.P., o( 1 
I t'.'ttle (who was Mn?Or-Corant, of n Corps of 

i iiiiinry Cavalry}, by Bloitni v. dau, of N. Davison, i 
1 i . Rrili'h Consul at Algiers; h. 1817 ; his grand* | 
01 1st l ; 185(1 Charlotte Eu-t.itia, only child of j 
J ''ii t'ullvtt, I'.sq., M.T., and of Emma, eldest dau. ot 



ATKINSON, Jam y s HSNIW Holms. Esq., of 
Angcrton. Non buruberland. 

E'dcht son of the Into QoDCMI ^ir Thomas Bradford, 
Gf.C.B., iVc. by Mary Anne. dau. of Jinn Atkinson. 
K^q., of Nc'V'-ast lc-on Tvne. and w (doW of Lioutenant- 

Colonel Ainslie; i>. lsiy, m. l s *o Anne Louis*, dau. 



t runcr*. Hint n Inrer portt n ,.f (lip Klnc'» Co.. now In ottwr 
hnmla. wrrv (ilvrn t'i the Alkiixnn fnmily by (Jnceii Klifntvih. 

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of William Ellice, Esq.; took the name and arms of his ] 
maternal great-uncle Ralph Atkinson. Esq., of Anger- ! 
ton. and Neweastlc-on-Tyne, on succeeding to his estates j 
in 1810. Educated at Eton: is a J. P. and D.L. for 
Northumberland (High Sheriff 1847): late Cornet 
Royal Horse Guards. — Angerton, Morpeth ; Carlton and 
Loodh's Clubs, s.w. 

ATKINSON, Joseph, Esq., of Crowbill, do. 
Armagh. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Atkinson, Esq., of Crow- 
hill, bv Elizabeth, dau. of James Johnson, Esq., of 
Knappagh, eo. Armagh; b. 1822; s. 1812; m. 1844 
Judith Charlotte, dau. of Richard Barnsley, Esq., and 
has issue, 

• Joseph, 6. 1S45. 

Mr. Atkinson, who was educated at the Royal School, 
Dungannon, is a Magistrate for co. Armagh (High 
Sheriff 1855). This family emigrated to Ireland from 
England at the time of the plantation of LTster. — Crow- 
hill, Loughga.ll, co. Armagh. 

ATKINSON, Leonard Wilson, Esq., of New- 
biggin House, Northumberland. 
Elde.-t son of the late John Atkinson, Esq., of Newbig- 
gin House (who inherited that property from his uncle 
Leonard Wilson, Esq.), by Ann, dau. of Francis Snow- 
ball, Esq., of Netherwitton ; b. 1836. Is a Magistrate 
for Northumberland, lateC'apt. King's Dragoon Guards. 
— Newbiggin House, Hexham. 

ATKINSON, the Rev. RiCHARD, of Cockcrlmm, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late Richard Atkinson. Esq., of Ellel 
Grange, by Frances, dau. of Samuel Grimshav, Esq., 
of Preston; b. 1822 ; 1843 ; m. 1840 Anna .Maria, 
dau. of the Rev. Charles Hughes JIalh.lt, Esq., of 
Highara, near Canterbury, ami has, with other issue, 

• Richard Norton, 6. 1R47. 

Mr. Atkinson was educated at Macclesfield and St. 
John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 184.3, SI. A. 18H1 ; is a .1.1'. 
and D.L. for eo. Lancaster, and Vicar of L'ockcrham ; 
Lord of the Manor, and Patron of Cockerhani. — Cocker- 
ham Vivarajc, Gamin tig ; United University Club, s.w'. 

-f ATKINSON, William, Esq., of Clavcmont, 
Lancashire. 

Son of the late William A tkinson, Esq. .; >>. 18 . Is n 
Magistrate for co. Lancaster* — Clarniwut, Houthport. 

ATKINSON, William, Y.m\., of Ashton Hayes, 
Cheshire. 

Eldest smi of the late Wm, Atkinson, Esq.; h 18 . 
Is a J.I', and I>.E for eo. Chester I High Mi.iilV 1 M\ I, 
Lord of the Manor of Ashton, ai d Patron of that In ,u„- 
— iahton ffityts, Turvhl, Chtltr, 

ATKTNSON-JOWKTT, J.\»i . K of Clock 
House, Yorkshire. 
Eldest Mill "f tli" late S'ullmii AlkinsortJmvi'tl, Esq., 
of Clock Ilollse (who nnwiinwl I tin utUlti iuiml nunc of 
Jowett by Royal licciicu I >•'>.*» . I v Hannah, il.nt.nl' 
John AckVoyd, 'i:-q. ; ft. 1818; w. Uj-'tU Kli. ih ill, dau. 
of James Hodgson, Euq., Mid Im*, Willi other i»Mlo, 

• Nathan, b. IU40. 

Mr. Atkinsoii-Jow. M is Lord nf lht< M iie.r of CI lytttih, 
in the parish of Iliad'.. id. .' • York, mid al«n lord of 
tln> Manor of FuXllvi t, hi Hu' I II liiitf. !>• i ■ •!• nut I 
drove, tloust, VoltoH, iWtvrlry, Y r( h rr . 

.AT LAY, the H. v. Cm m i i «, 

Second too of th" lair II »*. fth'hiird Alhn ; It ITM 

(educated M 9l. John's Poll., Cnmliridiw ill A 

M.\. IKIv): appuiiitid Knvlor of llarruwdcii ItUil; ii 



a Magistrate for cos. Northampton and Rutland, and 
Liberty of Peterborough. — Barrowden Btctory, Stam- 
ford. 

ATTHILL, Edward, Esq., of Arclrarnev House, 
co. Fermanagh. 
Fifth son of the late Rev. William Atthill, 31. A., of 
Brandiston Hall, Norfolk, Fellow of Cains Coll., Cam- 
bridge, by Henrietta Margaret Eyre, eldest dau. of the 
Ten. George Maunsell, D.D..Dean of Leighlin ; b. 1819 ; 
m. 1847 Jane, eldest dau. and co-heiress of Lowther 
Brien, Esq., of Ardvarney House, and has issue, 

* William Anthony', b. 1850. 

Mr. Atthill, who was educated at the Royal School, 
Dungannon, is a Magistrate for co. Fermanagh. This 
family were formerly settled in Norfolk. — Ardvarney, 
Kcsh, eo. Fermanagh. 

ATTHILL. the Rev. William, M.A., of Bran- 
diston Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. William Atthill, Preben- 
dary of Clogher, Rector of Fintona, co. Tyrone, and of 
Maghcracuhnony, co. Fermanagh, by Henrietta Mar- 
garet Eyre, dau. of the late Very Rev. George Maunsell, 
D.D.. Dean of Leighlin ; b. 1S07; s. 1847; m. 1st 1835 
Sarah Bircham, dau. of Guy Lloyd, Esq., of Bawdswell 
Hall, Norfolk, and Croshan House, co. Roscommon 
(shed. 1837); 2nd 184(f Catherine Elizabeth, only dau. 
of the late Christopher Tophain, Esq.. of the Castle 
Hill, Middleham, co. York (she d. 1344); 3rd 1S47 
Caroline Amelia, only dau. of the late Capt. John 
Hal stead, R.N. (she r/."lS48) ; 4th 1849 Dorothea, dau. 
of the late Robert Radclyffe, Esq.-, of Foxdentou Hall, 
co. Lancaster, and Hyde House, Dorset, and has, by 
his 1st wife, 

* William, 31st L. Tt. V. : lute Lieut.. Capt. nnd Adit, in the 
A rill v ; b. lsa.; ; ,„. 1858 Annie Surah Fitzherlert, dau. of 
J. Wheeler, Esq., of Westlands, eo. Cork. 

Mr. Atthill, late Vicar of Horsford, and P.C. of 
Horsham St. Faith's, Norfolk, was formerly Canon and 
Sub-Dean of Middleham. This family is of Norman 
origin. — Branduton Hull, Alderford, Korfolk. 

ATTY, Jami:s. Esq., of West Pinchbeck, 
Lincolnshire. 
Elder son of the late James Atty. E-q., of West Pinch- 
beck, by lus 1st wife. Harriet, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Wbiollrote, But. ; b. 1809 ; m. 1831 Catharine, dau. of 
A. Wrli.v, Esq.; of North Rauceby, co. Lincoln, and 
has. with other issue, 

• .Tumi i, Int.. Lieut, 4 ir<l Foul . b. 1838, 

Mr Atty in a Magistrate foi . m. Lincoln and Warwick, 

and Major Warwick Militia.- H ist l\,i< /.'>,,■/,; Raiding ; 
1,'tii/by, II '<//■). ickthirt. 

ATT VI'], FhANCIB Lioxi.i, QcTAVIUS, Esq., of 
filgoil Orange, Warwickshire. 
<>nly surviving son of the late Rol . it Middleton Attye.- 
C- 1.. of Ingon Grange (a J. P. and D.L. furco. Warwick, 
mid High Sharif! 1826), by Margaret to. Lucy, dau. of 
ilie Into Veil, Archdeacon Willes, and grand-dau. of 

l .lwanl, BiflllOp of Bath and Wells; l>. 18L".>; Ins 

Itrofhnr l«6il; >». 1801 Mnrgnrel Mmio, eldest dnu. of 

the lute David Llo>d, Esq., of SUcplej lioiUC, Surrey, 
and hu> issue, 

• llobcrt JcnroliO, 6. 1802. 

Mr. Any o was formerly Lieut-Col, SndQueen'i Royals, 
— iHym Grunge, Strnfju>d-oii-.t>i >i 

ALClUNLlilCK, the Iv.v. Ai iwshi i; Feci i s, 
i>i ( usii,. i Mini Mniians, co. Tyrone 

«»llly |.<n of the lute K.-v. James Eel.* Aurhinleek, of 

i bMw Ixxlgc and Mullunt, hy Cnroliao, duu.ol Rkharvl 
1 nl b«. I '.-..).. and gmnrimMiof tho H. v Ah x imifrAucliin- 
l-.k. lair R otor of Hoi««y, mid of Civile 1«>.I u t H nd 
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1862 Fanuy, dau. of John Crozier, Esq., of Gortra : 
House, co. Fermanagh (.'he d. 1864). Educated at 1 
Trin. Coll., Dublin; is curate of Dronfield, co. Derby. 1 
This family is of Scotch descent, the remote ancestor , 
of the present generation (the Rev. James Auchinleek) 
having removed from Perthshire to the parish of 
Cleenish, Fermanagh, of which he was Rector iu 1G70. i 
— Residence : Dronfield, Sheffield. 

AUCHINLECK, the Rev. John. 

Second son of the late Rev. Alexander Auchinleek, ! 
Rector of Rossory, co. Fermanagh, by Jane, dau. of 
James Eeclcs, Esq., of Eceles Ville, co. Tyrone ; b. ■ 
1 809 ; m. 1834 Katherine, dau. of the late Rev. Thomas | 
Johnstone, Provost of Enniskillcn, and has issue, 

* John Claude Alexander, Capt. R.A. ; 6. 1S35. 
Mr. Auchinleek, who was educated at Trinity Coll., j 
Dublin (M.A. 1833), is Rector of Lallyback, co. Wex- j 
ford, and Dunboyne, co. Meath; late a Magistrate for 
■ cos. Tyrone and Fermanagh. This family is a branch | 
of tho ancient Scottish family of Auchinleek, of that ilk. | 
— Dunboyne Glebe, Maynooth, co. Kildaro ; Arthurstown, 
New Ross, co. Wi.vford. 

AUCHTNLECK, Thomas, Esq., of Crevenagli 
House, co. Tyrone. 
Eldest son of the late Daniel Eecles Auchinleek, Esq., 
of Crevenagh House, by Elizabeth Dorothea, dau. 
of the Rev. Thomas Lindsay Stack, Rector of Lower 
Badony, co. Tyrone; b. 1837; 8. 1849.. Educated at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a Magistrate for co. Tyrone, 
and Captain Royal Tyrone Fusiliers; was formerly 
Liout. 11th Foot. This family is of Scottish origin, 
from Perthshire, and settled in Ireland; its members 
were attainted after the abdication of James II. in 
1G89. — Crevenagh House, Omae/Ji, ro. Tyrone. 

ITeir Pres., his brother, 'William Lowry, Capt. 53rd Rcgt. ; 
b. 1841. 

AUdHMUTY, Lady. 

Mary Ann, dau. of J. Buchanan. Esq. ; m. 1817 Gen. 
Sir Samuel Benjamin Auehmuly, G.C.B., who d. 18'i8. 

AUCKLAND, Lord (ROBERT John Edex, D.D.). 
— Cr. 1789. 
Younger son of William, 1st Lord, by Eleanor, dau. of 
the late Right Hon. Sir Or. Elliot; b. 1790; s. his 
brother as 3rd Lord 1849; m. 1825 Mary, dau. id" tho 
late Francis ft. Hurt, Esq., of Alderwasley, co. Derby. 
Educated at. Eton and Magdalen (.'nil.. Cambridge 
(M.A. 1819); was successively Hector of Eyam, Hurt- 
ingfordbury, and Btittersea, and Chaplain to the Queen ; 
consecrated Bishop of Sodor and Man IKI7 ; translated 
to Bath and Wells 18. r >l ; is Patron of 55 livings, The 
late Lord was Governor-General of India 1835-41, and 
was raised in 183!) to an Earldom, extinct at his death. 
This family represent a. younger branch of that of tho 
Edens, J tarts., "i West Auckland. The Palace, Weils, 
So mcr net i 2, Grbtvenor Gretctrit, s.w. 

Help, bU win William Qeoreo, a Magistrate for tin- w Riding 
of Yorkshire ! Info Secretary ol Legation at Rf.utgnnlt ; b. 
IH'J0 ! i m. MM tlicv. llMl. of it.W. t'lilldcr§, Km]., M P., of 
Cantloy Hull, co. York,atid ha t, \. ith ci in i Ih^up, * William 
Morton, b. mm. 

AUDLEY, Lord (GkoroE Edward Thickxesse- 
Ttcni:i).— Cr. 1297. 
Eldest BOD of George John, 22nd Lord, by Anne .t oo , 
eldest UOtt, of the lain AMniirnl Sir Ross Donilflly, 

K t' H. ; b. 1817s ■«. 1837; ft. 1st 1867 Emily, dau, ut' 
tin- late Sir '|V ], Mitchell. K.H.J 2nd 1808 .M.ir L mrct 
Anne, widuvv of James William Sinilh. Esq,, ami sister 
"t tho Rev. Thorn is 1 law si hi Hudson, ol r'nigm to ll.ill, 
Herts, Is a t'niiiii ut the Holj Roman Empire, The 
family of Tuchct, or Toushet, w< n among I lie Not man 



fol! owers of ^ illiam I. ; the 11th and 13th Lord's wcr<* 
created Earls of Castlehaven, but the earldom became 
extinct in 1740. 

Heir Pres., his brother William Boss, 6. 1821. 

+ AUDUS, the late James, Esq., of Park House, 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late John Audus, Esq., of Park 
House; b. 18— ; d. 1867. He was a J.P. and D.L. for 
tlieE. and W. Ridings of co. York.- — Park House, Selby. 

AUERERE, George Axthosy, Esq., of Fauls- 

ham Hall, Norfolk. 
Only son of the late Anthony Aufrere, Esq., of fiove- 
ton, St. Peter's, Norfolk, by Matilda, dau. of Gen. r.il 
Count Lockhart, of Lanark. N.B. ; b. 1794: s. 1833; 
7n. 1828 Caroline, 2nd dau. of J. Whertmann. Esq., of 
Hamburg. Is a Magistrate for Norfolk ; served in the 
Army 18 years; was severely wounded at the storming 
of Fort Kalunga, in Xepaul, in 1814, and has the 
Indian Medal. — Faidsham Old Hall, Norwich; Junior 
United Service Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his siiter JIatilda ; m. 181S G. Barclay, Esq. 

AUSTEN, Sir Henry Edmund, Knt., of Shal- 
ford House, Surrey (cr. 183l?). 
Only son of the late Robert Austen, Esq., of Shalford, 
by Frances Anne^ley, dau. of J. W. N. Gregory, Esq., 
of London, and great-grcat-grand-dau. of Arthur, 
Earl of Anglesey, Lord Treasurer of Ireland, and of 
John. Lord Haversham (ext.); h. 178.3; s. 1707; m. 
1st, 1805 Anne Amelia, only dau. of the late Robert 
Spearman Bate, Esq., who d. 1S37; 2nd 1813 Catherine 
Frances, dau. of the late J. Blagrave, Esq.. and wid.<\v 
of Sir Robert Pocklington, of Chelsworth, Suffolk (she 
d. lSoG), and has by the former, with other issue, 

* Robert Alfred Cloyne Godwin-Atis'en (*ee that naTiirl, b. 
180S; m. 1832 Maria Elizabeth, dau. of Major-Ceu. Sir II. 
Godwin, K.C.B., and has, with other iN-ne, " Henry Haver - 
eham, b. 1833. 

Sir Henry, who was educated at Harrow and Oriel 
Coll. (M.A. 180G), and was appoint d a Gentleman of 
the Privy Chamber in 1S32, is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Surrey (High Sheriff 1810).— Shalford House, Guild- 
ford; Reform Club, s.w. 

AUSTEN, the Hon. Mrs., of Hadwell Lodge, 
co. Cork. 

Matilda Sophia, eldest dau. of the Into FTon. William 
Cockayne, of liuston Hall. co. Northampton, and nieco 
Of I'orl.ise, las! Viscount Cullen (O t.i; M. 1805 Rev. 
Robert Austen, D.D., Prebendary of Cloyne, who d. 
lS.'it. leaving, with other issue, "William George,/-. 
INoG. — Huihnt 1 Lodge, Cloyne, c>. Cork. 

AUSTEN', HeXRT EoMtN'P, Esq . of Aldwick, 

Sussex. 

Second son df Sir Henrv Edmund Austen, of Shalford 
House, Surrey (whom soo\ by his 1*1 wife. Anno 

Amelia, only dull, of the late Robert Sptartnan Bate, 

Esq.; b. 18(U1; m, 181'» Elizabeth Mary. d.iu. of John 
Rendu, l'-q.. "f Uolbreok IloMse, Suffolk, and has 
insue. Mr. Austen, who ih a ntugistrute forSuaao*. 
and Lieut Ciil. in the Army. Wna formerly Capt. ?lsl 
Regt. — The Pavii , AtJuwk, lUynor ; Junior Vuil-d 
Service Club, s.w 

AUSTEN. .L'liN I'kwtis. Esq . of Kip]untrt'Mi. 
K i»i t 

Fi.hsi -..in of the lata Kev. Jolui Anaten, Rector of 
Cherening, Kent, bj Harriett, dau. "f T. Lane. I^q • °f 
ilrndbornej l>. isi7; .« his undo Col. Tlioman AurtMit 
ut Kippington («lu> wan M.P. forWcsl Kent 1815-T), 
in is.>t»; is.i.'i Charlotte, only child ol the lata W, 
Tinker, I'm). Educated nt Ch. Ch., Oxford; i- Lort 
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of the Hanoi: of Kippington, and Patron of 2 livings, j 
— Kippirgton, Sevenoaks ; Broa.djord, Horsmonden, \ 
Stapkhutst ; 14, South Audley Street, W. 

B'ir Pret.,his brotherChnrles Wilson, Lieut.-Col. SOrd Rpgt. ; 
6. ISIS. 

AUSTEX, the Rev. John Hiley, F.G.S., of 
Ensbury House, Dorsetshire. 
Only son of the late John Humphrey Austen, Esq., of. 
Ens/bury House, by Catherine, 2nd dau. of W.R.Haynes, | 
Esq., of Lonesome, Surrey; b. 1S16; m. 1846 Maria, 
3rd dau. of John Mcarcs, Esq., of Plas Llanstephan, j 
co. Carmarthen, and grand-dau. of the late Sir John 
Owen, But., of Orielton, co. Pembroke, and has issue, 

* John Henry, b. 1851. 

Mr. Austen, who was educated at Jesus Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1S29.M.A. 1843), is a Magistrate for Dor- j 
set. This family is a branch of the Austens of Kent. 
— Ensbury House, Wimborne, Dorset. 

AUSTEX. (See Godwin- Austen.) 

AUSTEX-LEIGH, the Rev. James Edward, late 
of Scarletts, Berkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. James Austen, Rector of 
Steventon, Hants, by Mary, dau. of the Rev. Nowes j 
Lloyd, Rector of Enbourne, Berks; b. 1798; assumed; 
the name of Leigh on succeeding to the estate of: 
Scarletts 1839; in. 1828 Emma, dau. of Charles j 
Smith, Esq., of Suttons, Essex, and sister of the late 1 
Sir Charles J. Smith, Bart., and has, with other issue, 

* Cholmeley, a Barristcr-at-Law nf Lincoln's Inn. II. A., and i 
late Fellow of Trinicy Coll. Oxford; b. 1S29 ; m. 18B4 I 
Melesma Ma r y, rlnn. of the Must Rev. IUchard C. Trench, 
Archbishop of DuUin. 

Mr. Austen-Loigh, who was educated at Winchester 
and Exeter Coll., Oxford (B A. 1820, M.A. 182G), is 
Vicar of Bray, and Rural Dean, and was formerly In- j 
cumbent of Knowl Hill, Berks. His grandfather, the | 
Rev. George Austen, Rector of Steventon, Hants, one 
of the Austens of Kippington, Kent, was the father of 
Jane Austen, the novelist. — Dray Vicarage, Maidenhead. 

AUSTIX, Charles, Esq., of Brandestou Hall, 
Suffolk. 

Son of the Into Mr. Jonathan Austin, formerly of I 
Ipswich; b. 1799; m. 1850 Harriet Jane, dan. of the | 
late Cfl.pt. Ingilby, and niece of the Eev. Sir ETcrtrV J. | 
Ingiiby, Hart., of Ripley Castle, co. York, and has. 
with other issue, a son, 

* Charles, *. 1858. 

Mr. Austin, who was educated at Bury St. Edmund's 
and Jesus Coll., Cambridge ( B.A. 1 824, M.A. 1827),| 
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 18.!", audi 
appointed one of fler Miijcty's Counsel 1MI, is a 
Bencher of the Middle Temple, a .1.1'. for Suffolk, ami 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions lor E. Suffolk ; he is alto 
Lord of the Manor and Patron of Brondeston. — Bran- 
destun Hall, Wicknam Ma¥ket, ; 'Aifunlaum CI ah, s.w. 

AVE LAND, Lord (Gilbekt Hesri EIeatii- 
cote). — Cr. 1850. 
Eldest son of Gilbert John, \t\ Lnnl, by the IT'>n. 
Clementina Elizabeth, drtu. of Piter Robert, uotli Lord 
Willoughhy d'Erobv; >>. 1830; ». 1807 i m. 1803 Lady j 
Evelyn Elizabeth, dau, of Charles, loth Marquis of 
Quntly, Educated at Harrow ami Trinity Coll., Cam-| 

bridge (B.A. 1840, M.A 18031 ; U a Dep. -Lieut, fur eo. 

Lincoln and a J.P. ami 1' L. fur Rutland, anil Patron 
of u livings i «as M l*. for Boston 1862-0, for Rutland 
18A6- t>7. This fumilydi »ccnd from n common am csti r 
with Sir \V. llcathcnttf, Bart., of llurshy.— Stoc/ctH lid', 
Oakham, RutfttHtlsbtrt j KofmantOH Par/,; Stanford, 

LUteolnrhirt i Bulhy H»um, ileum { Whitt'i Ctttb, s.w,; 
12, IWi/raie SjjfWfl r, s.w. 
Jftlr, ht» KD Uillert. b. 18CT. 

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AVOXMORE, Viscount (Bahry Jon.v Yelver- 
tox).— Cr. 1800. 

Eldest son of William Charles. 2nd Viscount, by Marv, 
eld st dau. of the late John Bead, Esq., of East Cams. 
Hants; b. 1790; s. 1814 : m. 1st 1811 Jane, dau. of 
Thomas Boothe, Esq., of Whitehaven, Cumberland (she 
d. 18211; 2nd 1S22 Cecilia, dau. of the late Charles 
O'Keef', Esq.. one of the Registrars of the Court of 
Chancery in Ireland. The 1st Peer, who was Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, was illegitimately 
descended from the Yelrertoris, Earls of Sussex (ext.) 
— BeHe Mlc, Sosscrefl, co'. Tqjpti ury ; Ha~le R<jck, co. 
Mayo. 

Heir, his only survivine sen. w"illiam Charles, late Ma;'or 
R.A. ; b. 1824; m. 1S"<3 Emily Marianne, youngest dau. of 
the late Jlajor-Gen. sir Charles Ashworta. and widow of 
Professor Edward Forbes, I. U.S., and has issue. 

AWDRY, Sir John Wither, Knt., of Xotton 
House, Wilts (cr. 1830). 
Eldest son of the late John Awdry, Esq., of Xotton. by 
Jane, 2nd dau. of L. Bieg Wither. Esq., of Chilton 
Foliat, Wilts, and afterwards of Manydown, Hants; b. 
179.5; s. 1844; rn. 1st 1830 Sarah Maria, dau. of the 
Rev. J. Awdry, who <l. 1834 ; 2nd 1839 Frances Ellen, 
dau. of the late Right Rev. Bishop Carr, by whom he 
has, with other issue, 

* Thomas, 6. 1S11). 

Sir John, who was educated at Winchester and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1818, M.A. 1821); elected Bellow of 
Oriel Coll. 1819, and called to the Bar at the M ddle 
Temple 1822, was appointed a Puisne Justice at Bom- 
bay 1830, Chief Justice 1839. resigned 1841 ; he is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Wilts, and a Hon. D.C.L., Oxford; 
and was one of the Commissioners for the Reform of 
the University of Oxford. — Xutton House, Lh:ppei.ham ; 
University Cub, s.w. 

AWDRY, Ambrose, Esq., of Sefend, Wills. 

Only son of the late Peter Awdry, Esq., of Seend, by 
Elizabeth, dau. of Anthonv Guv, Esq., of Chippenham ; 
b. 1S1G; s. his father 1820. and his 

uncle Ambrose 

Awdry, Es-q., of Seen I, 1812; m. 1839 Eliza, dau. of 
George B. Clapcott, E ? q., of Ki'ynstone, Dorset, and 
has, with other issue, 

* Amhro-e, b. 1843. 

Mr. Awdry is a Magistrate for Wilts, of which eo. ho 
has been Hiirh Sheriff, and Lord of the Manor of Seend. 
This family has been reside nt in Wilts since 1601. 
— Seend, MtlAaham, tf'iltt ; 3.'>, Pulteney Street, Bath. 

AWDRY, the llcv CHARM t, of Wot then, Shrop- 
shire. 

Second son of the lale Joint .Wdry. E«J., J.P., of Not- 
ion Ib.us,.. Wilts, by Jane. 2nd din. of Lovelace Bicg 
Whher, E-q.. of Chilton Folint, Wilts, and afterwards 
of Mniydown Parle. Hants. Hud hr>;hcr of Sir John W. 
Awdry (whom scei. ft. I,s i2 . educated at Winchester 
and New Coll , Oxford (B.C.L. 182S. M y. 18.561; is a ' 
Magistrate for co. Salop, Rector of Worthen, Rural 
Dean and Prebendary ol Hereford. — WorthdH Hector*, 
Shrctrsbary. 

AYLESFORD, Earl of (Hgkgaoe Finch) — Cr 
171 1 

E'deat son of rtencngo, 2ml E*irl, >>v LnAy Auunsta 
Sophia, dau. ol Ooorgv, 2nd Eirl of Wnrwi, k ; b. 1824; 
.«. 18."»!>: rn. 1848 Jan, , only lot. and heir of the late 
John Wight wick Knirhihy. Emj., of 'tirchurch. Burv, 
co. Warwick. Cdncatcil at Eton nndCli. Ch., Oxford 
(11 A. I84A); iiu J.P, nnd lvi.. foreo. Warwick. Laid 

of lh>< MrtfiOn of t Mh bur. h and Paeko ffiun. Patron of 7 
litings, and Major Warwickahtn Vcomanry Cavalrv 

Is ib seend, d l>Om a (Ommon lUlOCktOr Willi tlic E»rl of 

Winohilwn — W» gt » H.i.'f. Camihffi n,t B«rv, 
Ofi/ian-h, LtnmiMOton ; lh> 1',-iar.t, Ai/htfard, Maid- 

Itonr ( QlfffON a lH (ianucl, C"l'h), s.W. 
h'tir, ld« mo Ucut.igc, L.>rd iluernvr, *. 



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AYLMER, Lord (Udolfhus Aylmer). — Cr. 
1718. 

Elder son of the late dpt. John Aylmer, R.N. ("who d. 
1849), by Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Coates, Esq. ; h. 
1814 ; s. his cousin Frederick William as 7tli Lord 
1858; m. 1841 Mary -Eliza, dau. of Edward Journeaux, 
Esq. Represents a younger branch of the noble Irish 
family of Aylmer, Darts., of Donadea. — Melbourne, 
Canada. 

Heir, his son Matthew, Ensign 7th Foot ; I. 1842. 

AYLMER, Sir Gerald George. Bart. (cr. 16-21). 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late Sir Fenton 
Aylmer, Bart., by Jane Grace, dau. of Sir John Evans- 
Frekp, Bart., of Castle Freke, co. Cork, and sister of 
John, 6th Lord barbery; b. 179S: s. 1816; m. 1826 
Maria, dan. of Col. G. Hodgson, E.I.C. Educated at 
Armagh, and Richmond, co. York, and at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kildare (High 
Sheriff 1827); formerly Lieut. 1st Dragoon Guards, 
and Major Kildare Militia. This family is of Cornish 
origin, but they have been seated in co. Kildare for four 
centuries. — Donadea Ceist'e, co. Kildare. 

heir, his son Gerald George. J.P. for co. Kildare (High Sheriff 
1834) ; b. 183') : •». 1S-53 Alice Htwcer Caroline, dau. of Con- 
way Richard Dobbs, K-q., of Cattle Uobbs. .-n. Antrim, by 
whom he has, with other issue, * Justin Gerald, b. l&G-S. 

+ AYLMER, Gerald, Esq., of Painstown, co. 
Kildare. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Charles Aylmer, Esq., 
of Painstown; h. 18 — ; educated at Stonyhurst Coll., 
Lancashire; represents a younger branch of the family 
of Sir G. G. Aylmer, Bart. — Painstown House, Donadea, 
co. Kildare. 

Heir Pres., his nephew Henry (son of the late Gerald Aylmer, 
Esq.), 6. IS—. 

AYLMER, John Harrison, Esq., of Walworth 
Castle, co. Durham. 
Only son of the late Lieut. -General Arthur Aylmer, of 
Walworth Castle (who d. 1831 ), by Anne, only dau. and 
heiress of John Harrison, Esq., of Walworth Castle ; h. 
1812; .9. his mother 1857; m. 1849 Rosanna Louha, 
dau. of Vice-Admiral Sir Joshua C. Coghill, Bart., and 
has, with other issue, 

• Arthur, 6. 1850. 

Mr. Aylmer. who was educated atTrin. Coll., Cambridge, 
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Durham, a Magistrate for the 
N. Riding of Yorkshire (High Sheriff of co. Durham 
1861), and represents a younger branch of t he Aylmera 
of Donadea. — Walworth Castle, Darlington. 

AYLMER, Michael, Esq., of Com-town, co. 
Kildare. 

Only son of the late John Aylmer, Esq., J.P,, of Cour- 
town and Bally Cumum, by Margaret, elde I dau. of the 
late Sir Fenton Aylmer, Bart., of Donadea Castle, co. 
Kildare; b. 1831 \ t, 1857 i m. 1852 Charlotte, dau. of 
Hans Hcndrick, I£sq , of Krnlitl>town. CO. Kildaro, and 
has, with Other issue. 

• John Algernon, b, I8S3< 

Mr. Aylmor, who Is a Magistrate for co. Kildare, repre- 
sents a branch of the aneienl family of Aylmer, fbl'ltll 1 1 v 
of Lyons, co. Kildare, from which Sir G. (j. Aylmer 



Bart., and Lord Aylmer also descend. — Courtown House, 
Kdcock, co. Kildare. 

AYL WARD, James Kearney, Esq., of Shank- 
hill Castle, co. Kilkenny. 
Ekl-st sou of the late Nicholas Aylward, Esq., of Shank- 
hill Castle, by Elizabeth, eldest dau. of James Kearney, 
Esq., of Blanchville, eo. Kilkenny: b. 1S10; s. 1 S"2 ; 
in. 1853 Isabella, widow of Beauehamp Newton, Esq. 
Educated at Eton ; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny 
(High Sheriff 1837).— Shankhill Castle, Whitehall, co. 
Kilkenny. 

AYXSLEY, John MURRAY-, Esq., of Under- 
down, Herefordshire. 
Only son of the late Lord Charles Murray- Aynsley (who 
was youngest son of James. 3rd Duke of Athole, and 
the Baroness Strange), by Alicia, dau. of George Mitford, 
Esq., and niece and heir of Govau Aynsley, Esq., of 
Littlo Harle Tower, Northumberland i whose name he 
assumed); 1795; s. 1813; m. 1S20 Emma Sara. dau. 
of S. Peach Peach, Esq., cf Tockington, co. Gloucester, 
and has issue, 

* Charges Murray, Capt. R.N. ; b. 1821: m. Augusta 
Judith, eldest dau. of William dUbert Campion, Esq., lata 
of Calcutta. 

Mr. Murray-Aynsley, who was educated at Harrow, is a 
J.P. and D.L. for cos. Hereford and Northumberland. 
— L ndcrdown, Ledbury. 

AYRTOX, AcTOJf Smee, Esq., M.P. 

Third son of Frederick Avrton. Esq., formerly of Gray's 
Inn, and late of Bombay, bv Julia, only child of Lieut. - 
Col. Nugent; b. 181G; called, to the" Bar at Middle 
Temple 1 853 ; has been M.P. for the Tower Hamlets 
since 1857. — Reform Club, s.w. ; 24, Grafton Street, vr. 

AYSCOUGH, Hawkins Godolpiiix, Esq. 

Only son of the late John Ayseough, Esq., Senior Ad- 
miral of Her Majesty's Fleet (who served with distinc- 
tion in the European war 1801-15, and who ISOo), 
by Anna Maria, eldest dau. of the late Commodore 
Thomas Parr, R.N., of Langdown, Hants, a descendant 
of the celebrated Etvrl Godolphin ; b. 1820: educated at 
the Royal Naval Coll. ; entered the ftoyal Navy in 1834, 
and retired as Commander 1805. This family is of 
ancient date in Lincolnshire, and descends in the female 
line from the Plautagenets. — Prosjnct Place House, 
Southampton. 

+ AYTOX, Rh}ik James Ritui:rford, Esq., of 
Ashintully, Perthshire. 

Eldest son of the Lite R. \ \ t. n. Esq ; b. 1826 ; m. 1S52 
Catharine Geor^ina. 2nd dau, of Patrick Bannernisn. 
Esq.. of Aberdeen. Is a J.P and D I forco, Perth, 
and Lord of the Barony of Ashintully ; was formerly 
Lieut. 1st Foot. — Ashintitlly 1'ust/c, lllairgourie, X.B. 

AYTOUX, Richard Sinclair, Esq., of Inch, 
dairnie, Fifeshire, 

El lot son of the late John Aytoun, Esq., of Inohdairnie, 
by Mary, dau of .Ui.n-s J..ff i ev. Esq. : 6. 1S23 ; educated 
at. Trinity Coll.. Cambridge IB.A. 1816, MA. 1518) ; is 
J I*. and D.L. forco. Fife, clewed >|.p. i„ r Kirkcaldy, 
&c, 1862. — fiic/iJuunif, near Kirkedd ■,, F, t\th:rt. X./i. , 
lirovks's Club, s.w. ; 36, Uffpn Orusimor Street, w. 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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BABINGTON:, Thomas Gisboene, Esq., of 
Rothley Temple, Leicestershire. 
Eldest son of tlie late Thomas IJabiniiton, Esq., M.P., 
of Rothley Temple, by Jenn, diiu. of the late Rev. 
John Maeaulay, of Cardross, co. Dumbarton ; b. 1788 ; 
s. 1837; m. 1st 1814 Augusta Julia, dau. of the late 
Sir Gerard Noel-Noel, Bart., of Exton, eo. Rutland, 
and sister of Edward, 1st Earl of Gainsborough (she 
d. 1833^; '2nd 1811 Mademoiselle de Vecqueray, and 
has by the former, with other issue, 

* Thomas Arthur, b. 1820. 

Mr. Babington, who was educated at Trinity Coll.. 
Cambridge (B.A. 1811, M.A.181)), is Lord of the 
Manor of Rothley Temple, and Patron of that living; 
he was formerly a Magistrate for co. Leicester. This 
family is of Derbyshire extraction, but has been settled 
at Rothley Teniplo since tho 16th century. — Rothley 
Temple, Leicester. 

+ BABINGTON, Lieut,- Col. William Knox, of 
Luscar, Fifesliire. 
Son of the late — Babington, Esq. ; b. 1827 ; entered 
the Army 1815 ; is a Lieut. -Col. in the Army (retired) ; 
was formerly a Capt. 7th Hussars. Represents a 
younger branch of the Babingtons of Rothley Temple. 
— Luscar House, Dunfermline, Fifeshire. 

BACK, Sir George, Knt., F.It.S., D.C.L. (cr. 
1838). 

Son of the late Mr. Birk, of Stockport, co. Chester; 
b. 1700; m. 181G Theodosia Elizabeth, widow of 
Anthony Hammond, Esq., of Savile Bow, London 
(she d. 1801). Entered the Navy 1808; appointed 
Admiral on reserved half-pay 1HC8 ; accompanied Sir 
J. Franklin in 1818 to Spitzbergen ; conducted ex- | 
pedifion.s to tho North Pole in 1833 and 1H30 ; received 
Knighthood for his discoveries in the Arctic Regions, j 
— United Service Club, s.w. ; 109, Gloucester Place, \ 
Port man Square, w. 

BACK, Hexiiy, Esq., of Hethersett Hall, I 
Norfolk. 

Son of tho late Thomas Bark, Esq., of Uethersett 
HalJ, lij Sarah, dau. of John [Litfoild, lisq., of Norwich ; | 
4, 1811 ; 1818; at. 1st 181') Annie, dau. of Robert 
(lordlier, Esq., of Chiweley Hall, mar Manchester . she i 
</. 1819); 2nd is;>i L'anny, dan. of dpt. Lcmpriere, 
R A , of Ewell, Surrey, by whom he has, with other 
issue, 

• William Henry,?; 185.1. 

Mr. Bm»k, who was educated at the Charti-rhou.se, is a 
Magistrate for Norfolk.— IkthtfteU Hall, Wymandham, I 

BACON, Sir II I Nf'Y Tlll'KMAN, Hurt., of Ru/Vcn* 

ingbnm, Norfolk, and Thonock, Lincoln- 
shire (cr, 161 1 ). 
Eldest sou of the lute Nicholas Bacon, Esq., of Bra- i 
condale, a Magistrate for Norfolk (who </. 1863), by 
Jane, 2nd dau. of lIlO late Alexander Honker. I I., 

of King's Lynn, Norfolk; b. 1 8*20 ; s. his unrle Sit 
Elniund Bacon, m 1 1th Burt. 1804; mi 1833 Eliza- 
loth, younger dau <<f Sir Thomni Beckett, Burt., of 
Somerliy Puk, co. Lincoln. Educated at the Royal 
Military Coll., 8nndhur*t; is Premier Baronet of 

KuffUnd, II J P an I DL. for co. Lincoln (High Sheriff 

l h*»7 >. Lord of the Minor of Oaitieborough. ind Patron 

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of 2 livings ; he was formerly Capt. 3rd Dragoon 
Guards. Sir Hickman succeeded to the estate of 
Thonock Hall on the death of his uncle, Henry Bacon 
Hickman, Esq., 18G2. Two distinct Baronetcies met 
in the person of the 8th Bart. The Bacons were 
formerly seated at Redgrave, Suffolk, and among the 
members of this family were Sir Nicholas Bacon and 
Francis Bacon, afterwards Lord Verulam and Viscount 
St. Alban's. — Thonock Hall, Gainsborough; Raven inq- 
hara Hall, Loddon, Norfolk; Carlton, Army and Xwy 
Clubs, s.w. 

Heir, his son Hickman Beckett, b. 1855. 

BACON, Major Cesar, of Scafield, and Staward, 
Isle of Man. 
Eldest son of tho late John Joseph Bacon, Esq., of 
Seafleld, by Anne, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Cosnahan, 
Vicar of Braddau ; b. 1791 ; s. 1809 ; m. 1S25 France- 
Hale, dau. of Cornelius Smelt, Esq., Lieut. -Col. N. York 
Militia, and many years Lieut.-Governor of the Isle of 
Man. and has, with other issue, 

* John Joseph, Capt. fioth Reprt. ; b. 1337 ; served in the 
Crimea and in the Indian Rebellion. 

Major Bacon, who is a Magistrate for the Isle of Man. 
was formerly Capt. (Bt. Major) 23rd Light Dragoons, 
in which Regiment he served at Waterloo. This family 
was formerly of the cos. of Northumberland and Ihir- 
ham. — Scafield, Douglas, Isle, of Man : United Service 
Club, Isle of Man. 

BAGENAL, Walteb Philip, Esq., of Benne- 

kerry House, co. Cariow. 
Eldest sou of the late Philip Hllgenal, Esq., of Benne- 
kerrv, by Georgina Thomasina, dau. of the late James 
Boyd, Esq., a Magistrate, of Rosslare, co. Wexford ; 
b. 1811 ; s. 18.35. Educated at Rugby and the Boral 
Military Coll., Sandhurst; is Capt. itfth Lancers* - 
Bcnnekerry House, Bagenalstown, co. Cariow. 

Htir Pitt., his brother Beaucbamp Frederick, f>. 1*46. 

BAG GALL AY, Richard, Esq., Q.C., MP 

Eldest son of Richard Baggallay, Esq., of Kingthorpe 
House. Ppp.-r Tooting, Surrey, by Ann, dau. of the 
late Owen Murden, &q. ; ft. 1816; »'. 1847 Marianne 
VOtingcSt dau. Of Henry Charles Liev. Esq.. of With- 
d.aue Hall, .Sussex, formerly M.P. for Bodmin. Edu 
cat. il at Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A. ls;-9, M.A. 1842) . 
Culled to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1813; appointed a 
Q.C. 1881 ; is a Magistrate for Surrey; elected M P. 
for Hen ford 1865,— Kent/on. /louse. ( Inpham ; 10. 
Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, w.c. 

BAOOE, Sir Wiu.iam. Bart., of Stradsctt Ball, 
Norfolk (cr I8li?<). 
Eldest surviving son of the late Tuonwa Philip Brtflge, 

Esq., of Strads. tt Hall (WUO <> 1837), bv (rr.,ci>. dau 
of Richard Salisbury, Esq, ofCustle Park. Lancaster; 
b. 1810 ; >,;. |833 Franco*, dau. of the late Sir XltOIMI 
Preston, Hart. Educated at tho Charterhou«e And 
BulliOl Coll , Oxford; is a J. P. and D I. tor Norfolk, 
Lord of the M inor of Stradsctt, and Patron rf th.il 
living; was M P. for W^t Norfolk !8,i7-o7, iv sleeted 
I86A. This family is of S\v,,iis|i extraction, snd tame 
over to England in the time of llurdictiQUte - Sfrt 
Hall, Downliam-Markct ; Otrtfon Club, s.w. 

ftMr.htl mi] William ll-nrr Kr<ir«f. ^. IMOf m |M| \\^ 

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BAGGE, Richard, Esq., of Gay-wood Hall, 1 
Norfolk. 

Second surviving son of the lato Thomas Tliilip Bagge. ■ 
Esq., of Stradsctt Hall. Norfolk, by Grace, dau. of 
Richard Salisbury, Esq., of Castle Park, Lancaster, and I 
brother of Sir William Bugge, Bt. (whom see) ; b. 1810 ; I 
s. his uncle William Bairtie, Esq., 1835; m, 1835,-Plear 
sauce, dau. of the Rev. E. Hulton, D.D., and has, with 
other issue, 

• Richard Salisbury, a Magistrate for Norfolk ; Capt. 10th ; 
Foot ; b. 18-6. 

Mr. Bagge, who was educated at the Charterhouse, is a ! 
J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk, Lord of the Minor of Is- 
lington, Norfolk, and Patron of 1 living. — Gaywocd 
Hall, King's Lynn; Conservative Club, s.w. ; Long's 
Hotel, Bond Street, w. 

+ BAGGE, Simon', Esq., of Ardmore House, co. 
Waterford. 

Lineal descendant of Sir James Bagge, of Plymouth, 
who was knighted by James I. Is a Magistrate for j 
co. Waterford, of which he has been High Sheriff;] 
descended from a common ancestor with the Bagges 
of Norfolk. — Ardmore House, co. Waterford. 

BAGNALL, Cuakles, Esq., of Sncaton Castle, 
Yorkshire. 

Second son of Thomas Bagnall. Esq., of Newberries : 
Park, Herts ( whom see), by his first wife, Mary, only I 
child of the late John Nock, Esq., of West Bromwich ; I 
h. 1827; m. 18G0 Harriet Curtis, 2nd dau. of the late I 
John Chapman, Esq., of Whitby, and has, with other I 
issue, 

• A son, 6. 18fi6. 

Mr. Bagnall, who was educated at King's Coll.. London, [ 
is a Magistrate for co. Stafford and the N. Riding of' 
Yorkshire, and an Ironmaster in that county; elected] 
M.P. for Whitby 18G5. — Sneaton Castle, Whitby ; Con- 
servative Club, s.w. 

BAGNALL, Thomas, Esq., of Newberries Park, 
Herts. 

Third son of the late John Bagnall, Esq., by Marv, 
dau. of J. Boyle, Esq.; b. 1799; m. 1st 1825 Mary, 
only child of the lato John Nock. Esq., of West Brom- I 
wich; 2nd 1839 Caroline, dau. of Lancelot I fn slope, 
Rsq., of Highbury Lodge, Middlesex ; he has by the 
former, with other issue, 

• John Nnrk, of Cliartemont TI ill. nrnr Wedneabuvj , a J.P. I 
unit D.L. for do. Stftfffcrfl ! b. If -.'H; in. Isi* M.nv Ann, 

oifhst. dau. vi "Willlnm W iiii, i;.<|., of Wolverhampton, mid 1 

had Issue, * John WurJ, 1834, 

Mr. Bagnall is a Magistrate for Middlesex, Westminster, 1 
Herts, and Liberty of St. Alkali's, and for co. Stafford 1 
(High Sheriff W63),— Newbcrriia Park-. WatfvrdA 
Hirts ; Shcnston Moss, Lichfield ; National Club, s.w. 

BAG NELL, Jonsr, Esq., of Marlhill, co. 

Tippernry. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. John Bagnell, by .\licin, 
dan. of the lato J. Chadwiclte, Esq., of LittHtm; b. | 
1828; .-. 1852; m, 1 8 ( > I Elimibeth Harriet, only dau. 
of the Into Rev, Henry Somen Cm'kN. and widow of I 
Capt, Hill Tomkiusoii. — Marlh\ll t Clonmtl, <~o. '/>//»- , 
rary. 



the Manors of Blithe-field, &c, Patron of 2 livings, anil 
Col. Staffordshire Yeomanry ; was M.P. for co. I>. 
183. r )-.)2, and subsequently a Lord of the Bed, :., 
to H.R.H. the late Prince Consort. This family were 
seated at Bagots-Bromley, co. Stafford, at the time of 
the Doomsday survey. — Blithefield House, Rugclei/, 
Staffordshire ; Pool Pari-, Ruthin, Denbighshire ; Carl- 
ton Club, s.w. 

lltir, his son William, b. 1S">7. 

BAGOT, the Hon. and Kev. Hervey Charles. 
Second son of William, 2nd Lord Bagot, by Ladv 
Louisa, 2nd dau. of George. 3rd Earl of Dartmouth ; b. 
1812. Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch.. Oxford (B.A. 
1S34, M.A. 1836), and afterwards chosen Eellow of All 
Souls Coll.; appointed Rector of Blithefield in 1816. 
— Blitht field Rectory, Rugelei/, Staffordshire. 

BAGOT, Bernard "William, Esq., of Carranure 
House, co. Roscommon. 
Second sou of the late Thomas N. Basrot, Esq., of 
Ballymoe (who d. 1863). by Ellen, 2nd dau. of the late 
John Eallon, Esq., of Runnimede, co. Roscommon ; b. 
1818; m. 1st 1850 Euphemia. dau. of the late B. J. 
Hinds, Esq., of Rath gar, co. Dublin (who d. 18551; 
2nd 1802 Josephine Isabella, dau. of Joseph A. Holmes, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Clogher House, co. Sligo, and 
has issue by the former, 

• Richard John Hinds, b. 1853. 

Mr. Bagot, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. 1840), and called to the Irish Bar 1813. is a 
Magistrate for co. Roscommon. This family is a 
younger branch of the Bagots of Ard and Ballymoe. 
— Carranure House, Lecarrow, co. Roscommon. 

BAGOT, Col. Charles, of Elford House. 
Staffordshire. 
Eldest son of the late Riciht Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, 
G.C.B. (who d. 1843), by Lady Mary Charlotte Auuc. 
eldest, dau. of William. 3rd Earl of Morninston. and 
grandson of William, 1st Lord Bagot: b. 1S0S; ni. 
1846 Sophia Louisn, oldest dau. of the late Vice- 
Admiral the Hon. Joscelino Percy, C.B., and has, with 
ot In r issue, 

• Josceline FitzRoy, b. 1834. 

Col. Bagot is a Magistrate for co. Stafford, Hon. Col. of 
the 3rd King"s Own Staffordshire Rifle Militia, and 
Assistant Master of the Ceremonies to the Queen. 
— Elford House, Lichfield. 

BAGOT, Ciiarlks, Esq., of Kilcoursey House. 
Bang's Co. 

Eldest son of the lata Rev. Charles E. Bagot, of Kil- 
COUrsey, by Eliza, dau. of Ulvs-es North. Esq., of New- 
castle, co. Westmeath; A. lfm ; 1802; m. 1st L8H 
Anna, eldest dau. of the late John Tttthill, Esq.. of 
Kingsland, co. Linurick (she d. 183.'.); 2nd 1M'> 
Sydney Mary, eldest dau, of the lato ('apt. Andrew 
Bugot-Armalronir, of Ca»tle*Armitrong, King's Co., 
and bat issue by the former, 

• Ohorles Einllii*. M.IV : b. ISIS. 

Mr. Bapot, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
is 11 Magistrate fur Kind's Co. Tins family i? n branch 
of the Bogota of Aril and Rdlwnoo. - A f .•■■>vr.--<-y 
House, Clara. Kindt Co. ; 1", Charli mont MnU, Dub/In. 



BAGOT, Lord ("William BaOOT). — Cr. 1780. BAGOT, Cuuisvonmr Nrxmr. Em,., of Aujrh- 



I 'Most , soil of William. 2nd liorrl, by l.ilv Louisa '.'ml 
duu, of Goorge, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth; b. 1811 j 

IK'ili; m. 1851 the Hon. Lucia Caroline [Slirabeth, 
• I. lest dan. of thn lale Lord 1 'over, and MM"r o| 1 1 < 1 1 1 \ . 

3rd Viscount Clifden, Educated Bl tlw Charterhouse, 
I t"n, nnd Magdalen Coll.. Cambridge; is a Mnglsh ifi 
t r bo, Derby, a JR. and D l,. for co. Stafford, I,,- id <>t' 



rnnc Cootie, op, Gulwuy. 

Youngest son ot the late ThuUtAI Nexille Bag) (. 1 tq . 

of Ard mid Ballymoe (who J, I8(i3) t bj Kl', idau<of 
the lute Jobn I .ill, ,n. Esq., of Bunnimed*, co. Boe« 
m, union ; h. 1897, hVlucntra nt Trinity Coll., Dublin; 

is a M 'i; iatsttt for co*, Oalmrv un>l Uomcmmoi 

Aiiqhr.r.ir (\>ft.'r. I> il'vijar, ini. (iti'iiay. 

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BAGOT, John Lloyd, Esq., of Ard, King's] 
County, and Ballymoe. co. Galway. 
Eldest son of the lute Thomas Neville Bagot, Esq., of 
Arc! and Ballymoe (who was a magistrate fur cos. | 
Galway and Roscommon), by Ellen, "2nd dau. of John ! 
Fallon, Esq., of Eunnimede, co. Roscommon : b. 1814 ;j 
s. 1SG3 ; m. 1813 Anna Georgina, dau. and heir of the j 
late Edward Henry Kirwau, Esq., of Bally turSn, co. ■ 
Galway, and has, with other issue, 

• Thomas, 6. 1844. 
Mr. Ba;:ot, who is a Magistrate for co. Galway. repre- 
sents the Bagots of Ard, King's Co. who have been 
established in Ireland since a.d. 1172, and who are the 
lineal desceudeuts of Lord Robert kagot, of Bagotrath, 
near Dublin, and of Pairotstown Castle, co. Limerick, \ 
who was Lord Chief Justiciary of Ireland a.d. 1274— ! 
1300. — Ballymoe House. King's Co.; Bctliyturin House, \ 
Gurt ; and St. derails, Lovghrea, co. Galuay. 

+ BAGOT, William Walter, Esq., of Pipe j 
Hayes Hall, Warwickshire. 
Son of the late Rev. Egerton Ralph Bagot, of Pipe Hayes; ! 
b. 1847; S. 1866; in. 1868 Lucy Matilda dau. of the I 
Rev. R. Loftus Tottenham, 31. A., and grand-dau. of the j 
late Lord Robert Tottenham. Bishop of Clogher. Edu- i 
cated at Ch. Ch., Oxford; is Lord of the Manor ofi 
Pipe Haves. This family is a younger branch of that 
of Lord Bagot. — Pipe Hayes Hall, Birmingham. 

BAGOT, Col. Edward. 

(See under Howard, of Castle Rising.') 
BAGOT, of Castle Bagot. (See More- (TFer rail.) 

BAGSHAW, Robert John, Esq., of Dovercourt, 
Essex. 

Only son of the lato John Bagshaw, Esq., of Dover- j 
court, J.P. and D.L. for Essex, and formerly M.P. | 
for Sudbury and Harwich, by his 1st wife Rebecca, 
dau. of J. Johnson, Esq. ; b. 1801 ; s. 1861 ; m. 1841 i 
Georgiana, youngest dau. of tho late Richard Baker, j 
Esq., of Barham House, El&tree, Herts (she d. 1867V j 
Is a J.P. and D.L. for Essex, and a Magistrate for, 
Harwich ; formerly a Merchant at Calcutta ; was M. P. I 
for Harwich 1857-9. — Banksca House, D'ovircourt, 
Harwich; Reform Club, s.w. 

BAGSHAWE, Francis Westdy, Esq., of The 
Oaks, Derbyshire. 
Eldest surviving son of tho lnte William John Bag- 
ehatve, Esq., of The Oaks and Wormhill Hull, co, 
Derby, by Sarah, 3rd dau. of William Partridge, Esq.. i 
of Bishop's Wood, co. Hereford; b. 1832; s. 1854. 
Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (HA. 1855, 
M.A. 1859); is a J.P. and D.L for co. Dorby (High 
Sheriff 1868), and for tho \V. Riding of Yorkshire, and 
Capt. 1st West York Itegt. Yeomanry Cavalry. — The 
Oaks, Sh • field j Wormhilt 11,11, Bale, well, Dirbyshtre. j 
Utir I'rts., hia brother Alfred Drake, ft. 1838, 

BAGSHAWE, William ITknry Gim.avi s, Esq., I 
of Ford Hall, Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of the late Henry Murwood Greaves, Esq., 
J.F. and D.I/., of Banner Cross and Ford Hull (who d 
1859), by Mary Catherine Anno, only dau. and Itr.ircss 
of the Rev, William Ihigshawe, M.A , of Banner Cross 
and ford Hall; 1831 ; »i. 1850 Martha, dau. of tho 
late Joseph Bowmer, Esq., of Luncuyo House, co, M >n> 



t Tim opinio mil cn«tle of BftjrotftOWn, vurrhn'r'd In 1VT0. wn« 
dismantle! liy I'iuiium II, In thn Utile of Miiurlo. Dagot, who died 
1 *•'•«. Tlicy wi re restored to Ins UUOle John Bagot, t.v CharlM II.. 
1803, but ultimately conflvixui during thy ownanmp <>r hit 2nd 
ton, John, a tenlon* champion >f tin- llotui of Stuart, »ii" n u 
killed in the ilege "f Lltni rli k leni, 
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mouth, and Draycott, co. Derby, and has, ■with other 
issue, 

» William Murray-Caldwell, b. 1S64. 
Mr. Bagshawe, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, is a Magistrate for Co. Derby. This family- 
have resided for 700 years in the parish of Chapel-en- 
le-Frith, where they have possessed successively the 
seats of Bagshawe, the Ridge, and Ford. The Eag- 
shawes of Ford are now the eldest branch of the family. 
— Ford Hall, Chajjel-tn-le-Frith, Derbyshire ; Banner 
Cross, Sheffield. 

BAGWELL, John, Esq., of Marlfield, co. Tippe- 
rury. 

Eldest son of the late Richard Bagwell, Esq., by 
Margaret, dau. of John Croker, Esq.. of Ballyneguarcle, 
and nephew of the late Eight Hon. Col. William 
Bagwell, M.P., of Marlfield; b. 1S11 ; s. his uncle 
1825; m. 1838 the Hon. l'rances Eliza, youngest dau. 
of the late Hon. F. A. Prittie, and sister of Henry, 3rd 
Lord Dunalley, and has, with other issue, 

* Richard, b. 1S40 ; educated at Harrow. 
Mr. Bagwell, who was educated at Winchester, is a 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Tipperary (High Sheriff 1834) 
and for co. Waterford ; he has been M.P. for Clonmel 
since 1857. and was a Lord of the Treasury 1859-62. 
— Marlfield, Clonmel, co. Tipperary; East grove, Q>tt ens- 
town, co. Cork; Kddare Strict Club, Dublin; Reform 
Club, s.w. 

BAGWELL-PUBEFOY. Lt.-Colonel Edward, 
of Greenfield, co. Tipperary. 
Second son of the late very Rev. Ricliard Bagwell, Dean 
of Clogher, co. Tyrone, by Margaret, dau. of Edward 
Croker, Esq., of Ballyneguarde ; b. 1819; 5. 1S46 to 
the estates of Col. William Purefoy, of Greenfield, 
whose name he assumed by Royal licence; in. 1st 1854 
Isabella Petronella, dau. of Major Langley, of Brittas 
Castle ; 2nd 1801 Charlotte, fourth dau. of J. Green 
Wilkinson, Esq., of Winipole Street, London, and has 
with other issue, 

• Wilfred, 6. 18G2. 
Mr. Bagwell-Purt fov, who wn~ educ ited at Harrow, 
Vice-Lieut, of co. Tipperary (High Sheriff 1856), and 
Lt.-Colonel Tipperary Artillery , was formerly Capt. 3rd 
Dragoon Guards. — Grtenjitld, Tipperary, Ireland. 

BAIKTE, James, Esq., of Tankerness, co. 
Orkney. 

Eldest son of the lato Rob. it I! i kie, Esq., of Tanker- 
ncsa, by Anne, dau. of Thofiuta Balfour, Esq., of Huip, 
eVc: b' 1 7^o ; s. 1817; m. I S 1 l F'eanor And rson. dau. 

of William Wemys, Esq., ot Cuttlchill, co. Fife (she d. 
18 r >2). Mr. Daikie, who Was educated at Edinburgh, 
and was called to the Scottish Par in 1811, is" a 
Magistrate for. and Vice-Lieutenant of, cos. Orkney 
unil Shetland, and Lord of ihe Barony of Tankerncss, 
and was formerly Convener ol co. Orkney. — The Hall 
of Tanker »■ ss, me of Orkn,y, X.fi. 

Httr Pi t.:, hit brother Rotiert, M p.. a Mn^i-tratc for oo. 

Orkney ; ft. 1800 ; m. lt>. 7 Melon, ilau. of — Davison, Km., 
E.I.C.S. 

BAILEY, Si- Josefs Russell, Hart , of Ch- 
nusk Park, Brecknockshire (or. 18^'J). 
Eldest son of the Into Joseph Bailey, BtQ., seme time 
81, P for Bttdl urv and Hon t\»idaliire (who d. isjo>, bj 
Elizabeth Mury, only child and hett of tlie lata WUliam 
OuDgrtVi Rttawll, F>q., M P. of Moore Green, CO. 
Worcester, and gVMtdNon »f lhi> lale Sir JooaBh IVnb-v. 

Bart., many ymra M P. for Brooon; A .« | 

pramlfaiher U 2nd Hirt. IM8; Mirv Ann. 

dau. of Henry Luena, Ksq . ofOliinymibn EducMfdai 
Harrow and Oh, Ch , Oltbrdi is a Ma.:i-lr<t' tut COI 

Brecon and Horefbrd, a Dep.>Lieut. f.ir ooo< Brocoi n\i~\ 
Bndnor (High Sherifl of Brecon 18i>*\ and r.itr.'n of 



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6 livings; elected 1865 M.P. for co. Hereford. — | 
Glanttsk Park, Crickhowi.ll, and Hay Castle, Brecknock- j 
shire. 

Heir, hia son Joseph Henry Itus=ell, b. 1S64. 

BAILEY, Charles Frederick, Esq., of Lee| 
Abbey, Devonshire. 
Eldest sun of the late Charles Biiley, Esq., of Lee i 
Abbey, by Charlotte, eldest dau. of Samuel Brown, j 
E-q., of Creditou, Devon ; b. 1836; s. 18o8; m. 1833 j 
Emily Jeaunette, eldest dau. of Charles Norris Wilde, ! 
Esq., of Haaipton Court. Middlesex. Educated at 
Harrow ; is a member of Lincoln s Inn, and a Con- ! 
veyaucer practising below the Bar. — Lee Abbey, Lynton, j 
2'orth Dc von ; 5, Stratford l'lace, w. 

BAILEY, Crayvshay, Esq., of Aberaman, Gla- 
morganshire. 
Son of the late John Bailey, Esq. (who was descended 
from a family long settled in Yorkshire), and younger j 
brother of the late Sir Joseph Bailey, Bart., M.P., of 
Glanusk; b. 1794; m. 1st 1820 Miss Crawshay ; 2nd 1 Sou i 
Anne, dau. of the late Joseph Moore, Esq., of Mitcham, i 
Surrey ^she d. 18G.3) ; he has issue by the former, 

* Crawshay, of JIainiliff, Abergavenny, J.P. for co. Hon- | 
mouth ; Capt. Brecon Militia ; b. 1S"21 ; m. 186-j Mary, dau. 
of Count Aiutuxa, of Cheltenham, ana lias issue two daus. j 

Mr. Bailey, who is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Glamorgan ! 
and Brecon (High Sheriff 183,5', and a Magistrate for j 
co. Monmouth (High Sheriff 1850), has beeu M.P. for 
CO. Monmouth since 1852.— Aberaman, Abtrdare ; Kant- ! 
y-glo, Newport, Monmouthshire ; Curiton and Conscrva-\ 
tive Clubs, s.vf. ; 16, New Street, /Spring Gardens, s.w. 

+ BAILEY, It. P., Esq., M.D., of Rookwood, 
co. Roscommon. 
Son of the lato R. Bailey, Esq. ; s. to this property on I 
the death of the lato Mrs. Sarah Kelly, in 1S5U. — Rook- 
wood, co. Roscommon. 

BAILEY, Mrs., of Easton Court, Herefordshire. 
Elizabeth Mary, only child of the late William Con- 
greve Russell, Esq., of Moore Green, co. Worcester (who 
was M.P. for East Worcestershire lS33-4,nnd d. 1850), 
by Elizabeth Isabella, 3rd dau. of the late J. T. H. 
Hopper, Esq., of Witton Castle, co. Durham ; TO. lS.'.S) 
Joseph Bailey, Esq. (eldest son of the late Sir Joseph 
Bailey, Hart.), some time M.P. for co. Hereford, who d. 
1850. — Easton Court, ncur Tcnbury. 

BAILLIE, Sir WitUAM, Bart., of Polkemmet, 
Linlithgowshire (or. 18:23). 

Eldest sou of the late Sir William Baillie, Part., of 
Polkemmet, by Mary Lyon, dau. of Janus Dcnnistoun, 
Esq., of Colgruiu; b. 1810; s. as 2nd Bart. 1854; m. 
1846 Mary, eldest, dau. of Stair llalhorn Stewart, Esq., 
of Physgill, co. Wi ;ton. Educated at Eton and Ch. 
Ch., Oxford (I!. \. 1830); is a J.P. and D.L. and Con- 
vener for co. Linlithgow, and Patron of 1 Living; 
M.P. for co. Linlithgow l« 15 7. This fumily Imve bi en 
seated at Polkemtnui For more than two ccnturios, 
— Vo'.ktmmr.t, Whitlnirn, Lintithgau shtrc. S.ll. 
atlr Pro., Mh brother Jamas Dennistonn, 6. 1817. 

BAILLIE, the Hon. Cum.rs (liord Jervis- 
woode), 

second lull of the late George Baillie, Esq., of Jervis- 
•PWlc, N.B., by Mary, dan. of tho late Sir James 

Prinulo, Hart., and uexi brother nf Qcorgo, loth Earl 
of lltkddltlgilon i b, I S«M ; 7,1. 1S31 tut Hon. Anno, 
younseit duu. of Hugh Lord Polwttrth, Called to the 
Bcetttah Bur 1830; appointed Sheriff of Stirling hire 
• M3, nnd Solieitor-Gtneral and Lord-Adrocate for 
wotlund ih.'.h; elected M.P. for co. Linlithgow I860: 



in the same year appointed a Judge of the Court of 
Session as Lord Jervisvoodp, and a Lord of Justiciar v 
in 18LJ2. — 10, Straihearn Road, Edinburgh. 

BAILLIE, the Hon. and Rev. Johx. 

Fifth son of the late George Baillie. Esq., of Mellerstain 
and Jerviswoode, N.B., by Mary, youngc-t dau. of Sir 
James Prin^le, Bart., and brother or George, 10th Earl 
ot Haddington; h. 1S10; //<. 1S37 Cecilia Mary, eldest 
dau. of the Rev. Charles Hawkins, Canon of York, and 
has, with other issue, 

* Hugh John, 6. 1838. 

Mr. Baillie, who -was educated at Harrow and Trinitv 
Coll.', Cambridge (B.A. 1832, M.A. 1852), was appointed 
Rector of Elsdon, Northumberland, 1854 ; and Canon 
Residentiary of York 1854.— E'.adon Rectory, Xcucastle- 
on-Tyne. 

+ BAILLIE, Evax, Esq., of Dochfour and 
Culduthell, Inverness-shire. 
Eldest son of the late Peter Baillie, Esq., M.P., of 
Dochfour. by Elizabeth, dau. of the late John Pinney, 
Esq., of Somerton, Somerset; b. 179S ; m. 1st 1821 
Cuailotte Augusta, 2nd dau. of the late Yen. Charles 
Baillie-Hamilton, Archdeacon of Cleveland (she d. 
1822); 2nd 1823 Lady Georgiana Frcderica, fourth 
dau. of William, 5th JJuke of Manchester, and has, with 
other issue, 

* Evan P. Montagu, b. 1824; m. 1S55 Lady Frances Anne, 
dau. of the late Earl of Elgin. 

Mr. Baillie, who is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Inverness, 
and a Magistrate for co. Cromarty, represents the 
younger branch of a family which have beeu seated in 
Invcrncss-shirc since the 15th century. — Doc/Jour, In- 
verness, and Culduthell House, Kingussie, 2t.Il. ; Carlton 
CUb, s.w 

BAILLIE, the Right Hon. Hexry James, of 
Redcastle. Ross-shire. 
Eldest son of the late Col. Hugh Duncan Baillie, of 
Redcastle ("ho was Lord-Lieutenant of Ross-shire, and 
formerly M.P. for Rye and also for Honiton), by his 
1st wife Marr, dau. of the Rev. lb ni v Revnett, D.D. ; 
h. 1804 ; s. 1806; n>. 1st 1840 the Hon. Philippa Eliza, 
dau. of Perry, 6th Viscount Strangt'ord. G.C.B. (shoe/. 
1854); 2nd 1857 Clarissa, eldest dau. of (j. Rush, Esq., 
and has by the former, with other issue, 

* Hugh Sidney, 6. 1812. 

Mr. Baillie, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Ross; was eleend M.P. lor co. Iirfemcsi 
1810; was Joint Secretary of the Board of Control in 
1852, and Under Secretary of State for India 1858-9; 
sworn a mombrr of the Privy ( 'ouncil 1 8G6. this lannly 
is n branch of the Baillit s ot Dochfour. — Rtdcasdc,'' car 
JntsnitUi N.JI. ; l arradalc, Ross-shire ; Carlun C.ub, 
s.w. 

BAN. LIE, HUGH Smith. Esq. 

Son of the late Col. Hugh Duncan Baillie. of Ecdeastlo 
and Tarradale, co. Ross, by hia 2nd wife Marv. dau. of 
Thoma- Smith, E-q., of Cu-tktoli Hall; 6.1692; w. 
1817 Eve Maria, 2nd dau. of Henry Villebois, Ew|. f and 
widow of Henry, Viscount Glentworth. Educated at 

Eton; is A Magi hale for co. Nairn, and a Col. Royal 
Horse Guards. — Risidrn-c: HoKttkitt, A'cfl'fW. 

BAILLIE, Jwrs WlLtUM, Esq., of Cultcr 

Allots, Lanarkshire. 

Eldest *on of the late Robert GranWry Baillie. Esq.. 
J.P. and D.L, of Colter Allers, by Anna. 2nd dau. of 
the late Mcimos Baillie, I'.m). Merchant, of I/indon ; 
A. 1H21 ; .<. L802; 184? Willielnium, 3rd dau. of 
John Ronald, E-q.. Solicitor before thoSui i cm.' Cottfta 

of Scotland. Mr. DuilHe. who was cduewtcd Mt the Hi t ih 

School and l*nivi i>iiy of Edinburgh, was Mdmiltrd a 
AVritir to the Sipnet 1S17. is a Mflpi*trnt<< for co 
1 .<>«■«! U Thi« fannlv i!, cfiiil" ironi a voun t ;.r MM of 

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Bai] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Bai 



BaiUie of Lamiugton, who acquired the lands of Bagbie, 
in the parish of Roberton, anil tliose of ITardington, in 
the said parish, about 1721. These lands were sold in 
1755. Mr. James BaiUie, the younger, of llardington j 
and Bagbie, purchased Culter Allers in 1 7 7 -- — Cytlter 
Hons", Biggar, Lanarkshire. 

Heir hi* brother John Jlenzies, 6. lsifi ; m. 1S.V1 Cecilia, 

dan. of James Macallan, Esq.. W.S., ani lias, with other 
issue, 'Robert Graubery, 6. 1857. 

BAILLIE, Jobs Baillie, Esq., of Leys, Inver- 
ness-sliire. 

Eldest son of the late John Frederick Baillie, Esq., of j 
Leys, bv Anne, dau. and heir of the late Col. John 1 
Baillie, M.P., of Leys ; b. 1 83-5 ; s. 18G5. Educated at 
Harrow; is a J.P. and D.L. for eo. Inverness, and was | 
formerly Lieut, in the Coldstream Guards. This family 
is a younger branch of (he Baillies of Doehfour (whom j 
see). — Legs Castle, near Inverness, N.B. ; Guards' Club, 
s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Alexander, 6. 1837. 

BAILLIE, William Hcxter, Esq., of Dunts- 

bourne, Gloucestershire. 
Only surviving son of the late Matthe'wt Baillie, Esq., 
M.D. (some time physician toOeorge ILL), by Sophia, • 
dau. of the late Thomas Denman, Esq., M.D., arid | 
sister of Thomas, 1st Lord Denman ; //. 1797 ; s. lSli'2 : 1 
m. 183,3 Henrietta, dau. of the Rev. Dr. Duff, of St. 
Andrew's, N.B. (she d. 1857), and has, with other sur- 
viving issue, 

» William Hunter, Lieut. 8th Kcgt. ; b. 1858. 
Mr. Baillie was educated at Westminster and Balliol 
Coll., Oxford. This family has the same origin as the 
Baillies of Lamiugton, and is likewise descended from 
the Hunters of Hunterston, co. Ayr. — Duntsbourne, 
Cirencester, Gloucestershire ; -1, Upper Hurley Street, w. 

BAILLIE, William Montagu, Esq., of Stoke 
Park, Gloucestershire. 
Second son of Evan Baillie, Esq., of Douehfour, co. 
Inverness (whom see); /). 1828; educated at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1850, M.A. 1854); is a D. pi- 
Lieut, for co. Gloucester, and a Banker at Bristol, i 
— Stoke Park, S/op/eton, Bristol; Carlton an-d Tra- j 
vellers' Clubs, s.w. 

i 

BAILLIE- CO CHRANE, Alexander DixdasI 

ROSS WlSHAKT, Esq., of Lamin gtoi), La- 
narkshire. 

Eldest son of .Admiral Sir Thymus John Cochrane, 
O.C.lt. (whom rod) j b. isic. ; »(. Kill .Vnnubclln Mary 
Klifiabi't ll, elder dan. of the late Andrew Robert J 't iiii- 
rtiond, V.*q., of Ciullnnds, Hants. Educated it Efnn 
and THniiy Coll., CamUtidfce (B.A. IS37); i* ii J.P. 
and 1) I., for ros. Haddington and Lnmirk ; wns M.P. 
for Brid| oil lsil-d and 1847-52, nnd far 00. Lanark 
Ftliruary- April, LSfii i ' 1" t d M.P. for llonitoti 18A0 
'11ns family is descended from Hto William Walla, e, 

tllCUUffh the Illlillil'K of I.ainingtoli.— Lnmil>ljllt)\ /)'"/- 

gar, Lanarkshire, .\.JI. ; Carlton and Boodle't Clubs, 
».w. ; M ilton C r '■•••< at, h w. 

BAILLIE.IIAMILTOXi Lit.;; Gkorhe, Ksq., 
of UnmblL'ton Law, Hovwiokshire. 
Only surviving ►on nf the Into Churlea John tioillic- 
Hamilton, l'-q , of I'.uii! ii. inn Law (nonio time M i', 
fur Ayh l.iirvA by Lady Caroline, billy dan. of \Vil« 
lou.:hby, till Kail of Abil.;;loli, b. 1818; t. 18(1.1. 
Lluynt.d nt the Rtiynl Naud Coll., la Lieut H N. 

Ihiu.t lark, ( 'j/.rdshiir , RttmbtttOH !.a'i\ itimi 
J.mr, B ru wkthtre, 

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BAILLIE - HAMILTON, Admiral William 
Alexander, of Blackheath, Kent. 
Third son of the late Ven. Cliarles Baillie-IIamiltcn. 
of Raml>leton Law (sometime Archdeacon of Cleveland), 
who d. 18'JO. by Lady Charlotte. 3rd dau. of Alexander, 
9th Eirl of Home:'/;. 1803; m. 183G Lady Harriet, 
dau. of James, late Viscount Hamilton. Educated at 
the Royal Naval Coll.. and entered the Nary in 1810 ; 
is a Magistrate for Kent, and an Admiral R.N., on 
the reserved list. — Macartney House, Blackheath. s.e. 

B AILLIE-LIAM TLTO X. 

(See under Haddington, Karl of.) 

BAILY. Thomas Farmer. Esq., F.B.H.S., F.Z.S., 
etc., of Hall Place, Kent, 
Only son of the late Farmer Daily, Esq., of Hall 
Place, by Amelia, dau. of John Perkins, Esq. ; b. 1823 : 
s. 18'28; 772. 18G3 Gertrude Sarah,* youngest dau. of 
the late James Addison. Esq.. of York, and grand-dau. of 
the late Rev. James Addison, Vicar of Thornton-cum- 
Allerthorpe and P.C. of Barmby-Moor and Fangfoss, 
co. York. Mr. Baily, who was educated at Tunbridge 
School, is a J.P. and D.L. for Kent (High Sheriff 1SG6). 
Lord of the Manor of Leigh Hollanden, and a Capt. 
Royal Kent Eegt. of Artillery. — Hall Place. Le ah. 
'l'u ab ridge ; St. George's Hotel, Albemarle Street, w. 

BAIN", Edwin Sandys, Serjeant-at-La\v, of 
Li velands, S t i t-lingsliire. 
Eldest son of the late Lieut. -Col. William Bain, of 
Livclands, by Mary, only dau. of Edwin Sandys, Esq. ; 
b. 1804; pi. 183G Mary Ann, dau. of the late Wil- 
liam Horsman, Esq.. and sister of the Rierht Hon. 
Edward Horsman, M.P. (whom see), and has issue 
two daus., of whom the elder m. 1805 Lieut. E. W. 
Sandys, R.A., of Fulford, co. York. Mr. Bain, who 
was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1829. and 
appointed a Serjeant -at -Law 1845. is a Magistrate for 
co. Stirling. — taster Livclands, Stirling, y.B. ; 1, Str- 
jcants' Inn, w.c. 

+ BAI2TBIIIDGE, Edward Thomas, Esq. 

Son of tiie late Thomas Bniubridge, Esq., Banker, of 
London, and Croydon Lodge, Surrey, by Ann. dau. of 
— Waters, Esq. ; b. 1798 ; »». 1835' Emily, dau. of — 
Fuller, Esq., and hap, with other issue, 

• E.lwnr.IThmnn'.Cnpt. 21st Toot; *. 1** <T ; m. 186i Elizabeth 
Amy, only child of the late Charles Searle, of the Maura* 
Army. 

Mr. Bainbridge is a Banker in London, and a Dep.- 
Lieut. for Somerset; he sat as M.P. for Taunton 
1830-42 —Union Club, s.w. 

BALXBIUDGE, Thomas Drake, Esq., of Dovm 

Hall, and Dai row Sedges, Surrey. 
Third son of the [utO Thomas Bninbridge, Esq., Banker, 
01 Croydon Lodge, Surrey, by Anne, dau. of - Water". 
Esq., and brother of E. T. B&itlbridg?, Esq. (whom 
fee): IflTOff ; 1830 Hester Mel'lnr-on. 2nd sur- 
\ivinu'dau. of the lain Robert Uiek.irds. Esq.. of the 
II . Iv l.C S., ami htlK, with other iesUQ) 

• ThontM YiMimrCnn-.pt-.il. h. IS'K; m. 1W? P, fWi B..N >*•>, 

Jau.ottUclau Itcnry Young, Esq.,ol Rlwndato, Twick- 
enham, nn.| hai surviving IwiM (OM lieahier*. 
Thit family was s<atid in Wp»;m0r*>J Hid at a vcrr early 

r>eri"d. The ccU'brntcd Cardinal Boynbrig, AKUbishop 
of Vork, who </. 151 », was of this faun. v. — DoKH Ha l. 
Ipso, n; Barrow Iln'g.s, CarsLrton, Snrrry, 

tBAIXBRIDGE, Jpn^ lit n. Esq , ofFrtak- 

licUI. co. (\>rk. 
Fourth ion of the bite Tliomaa Bainl ridae, Esq , of 
Croydon Lodgt, Sum y, by Ant e, dau. of — Water*, 

t IMl livly t> n eellnlernl lie CCtnlMI Of Itm r' 1 Aiiti«on. 



Bai] 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



Ksq. ; b. 1812 ; m. 1843 June, dan. of Henry Westropp, 
Esq.', of Limerick, and by her, who d. 1859, he has, 
with other issue, 

• John Hugh, Lieut. It.X. ; b. 1815. 

Mr. Bainbridge, who is a Magistrate for co. Cork, was 
formerly in the H.E.I.C.S. — Erankfield, Cork. 

BAIXBRIGGE, Thomas Paekek, Esq., of Hill 
House, Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of the late Joseph Bainbridge, Esq., of I 
Copeshill, co. Derby, by his 2nd wife, Hannah, dau. of \ 
Mr. Joseph Harrison, of Yieldersley ; b. 1791 ; s. 1812; J 
m. 1st 1820 Eliza, youngest dau. of Lieut.-General Sir I 
Dvson Marshall, K.C.B. ; 2nd 1830 Lorina Anne, dau. i 
of Charles Dashuood, Esq., of Beecles, Suffolk. Edu- J 
eated at Repton ; is a Magistrate for Derby, Patron j 
of 1 living, and a Lieut. H.P. 48th Eoot : served in | 
India in the Mahratta and Nepaul wars. This family i 
were formerly of Lockington, co. Leicester. — Hill House, \ 
Derby. 

Heir Pres., his brother William Henry, 6. ISOfl ; m. 1st 1838 
Maria Margaret, dau. of — Thompson, Esq., of Liverpool ; I 
2nd 1831 Emma, dau. of Joseph Yates, Esq., of Liverpool. I 

-f BAESTE, Walter, Esq. 

Eldest son of the late Robert Baine, Esq.* of Greenock, 
N.B. ; b. 1781. Is a Magistrate for co. Renfrew, and | 
a Merchant at Greenock ; was M.P. for Greenock 
1845-7- — Greenock, liinfrewshire, N.B. ; Reform I 
Club, s.w. 

BAIXES, Edward, Esq., of Headirigley Lodge, j 
Yorkshire. 

Second son of the late Edward Baihes, Esq. (many | 
years M.P. for Leeds), by Charlotte, dau. of the late j 
Mr. Matthew Talbot, of Leeds; b, 1800; m. 1829: 
Martha, dau. of T. Blackburn, Esq., and has, with 
other issue, 

• Thomas Blnckburn, B.A., b. 1830; m. ISfin Sarah, eldest! 
dan. of John Buckingham Pope, Esq., of Moor-Allerton, i 
Leeds, co. York. 

Mr. Baines, who was educated at Manchester, is 
Proprietor, and was many years Editor, of the 'Leeds 
Mercury;' is a J.P. and D.L. for the VV. Riding of 
Yorkshire, and for the city of York ; President of the 
Yorkshire Union of Mechanics' Institutions ; has been 
M.P. for Leeds since 18.">9. — Headivgley Lodge, Leeds ; 
Reform Club, s.w. ; 32, St. Mary's Road, Canonbury, n. 

BAINES, tile Rev. Edward, of Yalcling, Kent. 
Eldest son of the lato Row James J. Raines, Vicnr of 
Cuinhnm, CO. Salop, by Mary, dan. of S. Humphreys, I 

Esq., of Montgomery ; ft. 1801 ; m. 1814 i titherine 
Eularia, dau. of John Baines, Esq., of Shooter's Hill, 
Kent, and has, with other issue, 

• Jervoli>o Athelstunc, 6. 1 h 17. 

Mr. Raines, who was educated at Shrewsbury and 
Ch. Coll., Cambridge (B. A. 1824, M.A. 1827). of which 
he was some time Follow, is a Magistrate for Hunts, 
Lord of the Manor of Yulding, and V'icar of Ynlding, 
Kent; lie was formerly Rector oi liluntiehaui, Huuts, 

Ihis family were Originally from Cornwall. — Yttldiiig, 

•Staptthu ftt. 

BAINES, Hewley Mortimbb, Esq., of Bell 
Hall, Yorkshire, 
hldcst son of the Into HewleyJohn Raines, Esq., oi 

Rill Hull, some time Col. York Volunteers, hv Maiv. 

dau. of Timothy Mortimer, Bug., of York; f>. 1788; t. 
IM0; m. 1820 Mary, dau, of William Henry Hnrrison, I 
Esq., MR, l'.R.s . of Ripon, co. York, and had, with 

Other issue, 

Henry, Cunt, r. Yoru Minting. IM6| <i. IMI, hieing m. 

I* ■ i inii v Jane, youngest dau* of Joseph Robinson Panto, 

R«t| , <it llcwlawood, co. STork. 
Mr Runes, who was educated nl tin Orammnr School, 
Bindley, la joint Lord of the Manor of Deigliton, and 



Lord of the Manor of Wigginton, both in co. York 
This family came from Chester with Archbishop Sand v*, 
and settled at Wistow, Yorkshire. The great-g and- 
father of the present owner was nephew to La<U 
Hewley, who bequeathed to him the Bell Hall estate 
—Bell Hall, York. 

BAIXES, Lazarus Threlfall, Esq., of East 
Moulsey, Surrey. 
Only son of the late Right Hon. Matthew Talbot 
Baines, M.P. (some time Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster, and Dep. -Lieut, for cos. York and Lancaster i, 
who d. 1860, by Anne, 6nly surviving child of Lazarus 
Threlfall, Esq., of Lancaster ; b. 18,36; m. I860 Ellen 
Mary, dau. of the Rev. John AVerge, of Mansfield. 
Notts, anel has, with other issue, an only son, 

* Matthew Talbot, 6. 1303. 

Mr. Baines, who was educated at Cheltenham and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 18o9, LL.M. 1803', 
was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 18G4. Mr. 
Edward Baines, of Headingley, M.P. for Leeds, is the 
younger brother of the late Right Hon. M. T. Baiue>. 
— East Moulsey, Surrey. 

BAIRD, Sir David, Bart., of Newbyth, Had- 
dingtonsliire, and Gilmerton, Mid-Lothian 
(cr. 1809). 

Third but eldest surviving fou of the late Sir David 
Baird, Bart., of Newbyth, by Lady Anne, eldest dau. of 
Archibald, 1st Marquis of Ailsa, K.T. : b. 1832 ; 
as 3rd Bart. 18.32; m. 1864 the Hon. Ellen. 2nd dan. 
of Charles, 12th Lord Blantyre. Is a J.P. and D.L. 
for East Lothian, and Major U8th Eoot; late Lieut. 
74th Highlanders. — Newbyth House, Haddington ; Gd- 
merton Grange, Edinburgh, N.B. 
Heir, his son David, b. 181)5. 

BAIRD, Sir James Gardixer, Bai t., of Saugh- 
ton Hall, Mid-Lothian (cr. 1695). 
Eldest son of the late William Baird, Esq. (who d. 
vifd jtatri8), by Lucy, eldest duu. of Thomas Dickson. 
Esq., of Prospect. House. Hunt'., and grandson of the 
late Sir James Gardiner Laird. Bart., of Saughton Hall . 
b. 1813; his grandfather as 7th Bart. 1830; m, 1845 
Henrietta Mary, dau. of Sir John Don-Wauchope. 
Bart., of Edmonstone, Mid-Lothian. Is a J.P. and 
Dili, for Mid-Lothian, Lieut. -Col. Mid-Lothian Coast 
Art tilery Volunteers, and Cn.pt. Mid- Lothian Yci imanry ; 
lnte Capt. 10th R. Hussars. — Residence : Edmonetone, 
Libirton, y.n. 

Heir, hit n-n William Jnmi* Qerdiner, b. 1814. 

BAIRD, James, Esq., of Cnmbusdoon, Ayrshire. 

Fourth son of the late Alexander Baird, Esq., of Loch- 
wood, eo. Lanark, by Jean, dau. of James Moffat. Esq., 
of Whitburn, N.B. j b. 18<>3; m. 1st 1853 Charlotte, 
dan. of Robert Lockn&ft, Esq., of Castle Hill. oo. Lai ark 
(she d. 18;>7); 2nd 1N.V) Isabella Apnew. eldest dau. 
of the late lb ar-Adiniral Janes Hav. of BcltOfl Hon<e, 
En.rt Lothian Is a Magistrate for co. Lanark, and « 
Dep. -Lieut. Cut Co. tnverneSS; was M.P. tor Falkirk 
Burghs 18.'il-7. — Cnin/nsdoo>i, Ayr; Anrhinfddrn , 

Abcrdetnthire ; Rtwytiatt, ftlvrnirat*Mirv . Otftttm 

Club. f.W. 

BAIKD, John. Esq., of Cry Souse, Kincardiue- 

shiro, and Lockwood, Lanarkshire. 
Second son of tln> late Alexander Bnird, F*q.. of Loch- 

wood, by Jean, dau. of James Moffat, Bm| ,ol NVhitbnn, 
N.B. j 9. A his brother Alexander 180S; m. 

1818 Margaret, dau. of John l indlav. Esq . of Npnnc- 
hill, and TOR, with other isMie, 

• alnafKtar, t>. 

"Mr. Baird. Who I'M educated nt the t'niver-itv of 

Q largo w, is n J P. una D L R»i eo rurimrdlMs MeVgin* 

trttte f<r Wi l.nnnik, and I^inl of the MmOff nr>d 

43 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Bak 



. Barony of Try. The estnfo of Ury wa3 purchased in | 
1854, by Mr. Build's brother, Alexander, one of the ! 
well-known ironmasters at Gartsherrie. — Ury House, I 
Stonehaven, Kincardineshire ; Lo.htiood House, Coat- 
bridy* , Lanarkshire. 

BAIRD, the Misses, of Closeburn, Dumfries- 
shire. 

Jane Isabella, and Charlotte 3Iurion, twin daus. and 
heirs of the late Douglas Baird, Esq., of Closeburn. by 
Charlotte, only dau. of Henry Acton, Esq., formerly ! 
Capt. 12tli Koyal Lancers (uncle of the late'Sir Richard 
Acton, Bart.); s. 1854. — Closeburn % Hull, Ihornhill, j 
Dumfriesshire. 

BAIRD, Mrs., of Boom Hall, co. Londonderry. 
Barbara, dau. of the late Rev. Alexander Delap, of Ray. 
co. Donegal ; m. 1839 Daniel Baird, Esq., of Boom Hall 
and Newtown Steward, co. Tyrone, who was a Magis- 
trate for co. Tyrone (High Sheriff 1851-5), and who d. 
1862, having had issue, Charlotte, and Jane, who m. 
1848 Charles Maturin, E-q., and d. 1851, leaving issue, 
* Daniel Baird Maturin, b. 1851. — Boom Hall, London- i 
derry ; Residence : The Cottage, Londonderry, Ireland. 

BAIRD, William, Esq., of Elie, Fifeshire. 

Only son of r he late William Baird, Esq., of Elie (who 
was a Magistrate for cos. Ayr and Lanark, and an 
extensive Ironmaster in Scotland, and who sat as M-.P. 
for Falkirk 18U-7); b. 1848; s. ISO t ; is Lord of the 
Baronies of Elie, Anstruther, &c. — Elie House, Fife- • 
shire, N.B. 

BAIRiSTSFATHER, Peter, Esq., of Dum-i 

barrow, Forfarshire. 
Eldest son of the late Hugh Bairnsfather, Esq., W.S., 
of Edinburgh, by Catharine, dau. of Mr. Robert 
Walker, of Whitelaw, co. Haddington-; h. 1809; m. 
1840 Sarah, dau. of the late Major William Miller, ; 
Royal Horse Guards (Blue), and has, with other issue, i 

* Hugh William, in H.M.'s hid an Army, Madras ; 6. ISil. 
Mr. Bairnsfather, who is a J P. and D.L. for co. Forfar, 
was formerly n Writer to the S.guct in Edinburgh, 
— Dumbarrow, Forjar ; Abbey Villa, St. Andrew's, S.B. 

BAKER, Sir George, Bart., of Lovcntor, Devon 
(cr. 177G). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Frederick Francis Baker. 
Bart., of Lovcntor, by Harriet, dau. of the late Sir John 
Simeon, Bart.; b. 1816; s. as 3rd Bart. 18:10; m. 1st 
1840 Mary [sabolhi, 2nd dau. of tho laid Robert 
Nassau Sutton, Esq.; 2nd 1858 Augusta Catharine, I 
youngest dau of Sir Robert t itscWygram, Bart. Edit- 
catcd at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B A. 1837); is Lord of the 
Manor of Lovcntor. — Lovcntor, Toinu; Carlton Club, 
s.w. ; 4, Hyde Vark Square, w, 

Heir, his son Frederick Edward, b. 1843, 

BAKER, Sir Henrv Williams, Bart., of Dun- 
stable House, Surrey (cr. 1706). 
Elder and only iturriviitg son of tho late Vire-Admirnl 
Sir Henry Lorramo Baker, Hart,, of Dunstable House, 
by Louisa Anne, only tlnll. "1 William VVillirtntS, Ksq., 
some time M l', for WevniuUth; b, 1*21 ; it. as ;i,,l 
Bait. 185!); was wluPiUrti nl Trinity Coll., Cnmbridua 
(B.A. 1814); is in Molj Onlm; Vicur of Monklnnd, 
co. Herefoul. — Dunttablt Jionte, Richmond^ !iurtij/.j\ 
Monkland, Leoininsti r. 

Iltir Pl'rl., Ms coie-ln Henir linker, IS in Utcrol-lnw fW8 B( 

tUo lute Kov. Qtorgt Aimu»iu« Utktr, it.viorut t'lnimt, 



I Clottbnrn «n<fer many ecnturfn the nutJeftM of the vob\« 
fntiiWv of Klrkpatrlck, (Sco sir D. Burkt'i • vi,tnku<lrt of NoU« 
Fsmlllfl.') 
41 



Bucks, who d. ISjS, by Siphi.i, dau. of Peter Shcrston, 
Esq., o£ Stoberry Hill, sonier.eL) ; b. 1814; in. IS±2 Aljr.a, 
dau. of the la:e John B;.rkeid, Esq. 

BAKER, Sir Edward Baker. Bart., of Ranston 
House, Dorset (cr. 1802). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Edward Baker Littlehales, 
Bart., of Ranston (who assumed tiie name of Baker only 
by Royal license in 1S17i, by Lady Elizabeth Alary, 
3rd dau. of William Robert, "2nd Duke of Leinster; 6. 
1800; s. as 2nd Bart. 1825. Is a Dep. -Lieut, for 
Dorset, and Lord of the Manor of Ranston. This 
family were formerly seated in Shropshire. — Ranston 
House, Blandford ; 2, St. James's Place, s.w. 

Heir />;•<>.'., his brother Talbot Hastings Bendall. II. A. of 
Ch. Ch., uxforl, in Holy Orders ; Vicar of Preston. Dur=et ; 
4. 1820; in. 1S5 ) Florence, dau. of John Hatchings, Esq., 
of Ludlow, and has issue. 

BAKER, Sir Samuel White, Kut. (cr. 1866). 

Eldest son of late Samuel Baker, Esq., of Brom*gi - ove, 
co. Worcester; b. 1821; m. 1st 1813 Henrietta, dau. 
of Rev. C. Martin; 2nd 1830 Florence, dau. of M. 
Finnian von Sass. Is Hon. M.A. of Cambridge; Fellow 
of the Royal Geographical Society and Victoria Gold 
Medallist; received the honour of knighthood as tho 
discoverer of the Albert N'Yanza, the great basin of 
the Xile. — Athencfum Club, s.w. 

BAKER, Godfrey Hugh Massy, Esq., of Langlec 

House, Roxburghshire. 
Only son of the late Godfrey Evans Baker, Esq., by 
Margaret, eldest dau. of Hugh, 1st Lord Massy ; b. 
1780; m. 1812 Elizabeth, dau. of Marmaduke Grace, 
Esq., of Stephen's Green, Dublin, and has issue, 

« Ellen, m. ISIS R. R. Coxwell- Rogers. Esq. (whom see). 
Mr. Baker, who was educated at Harrow and St. John's 
Coll., Cambridge, is descended from the Bakers of 
Sissinghurst and Cranbrook, Kent, living there in 1309. 
— Langlee House, Ji.dburgh. y.B. 

BAKER, Henry Jons Baker, Esq.. of Eleruore 
Hall, co. Durham. 
Eldest son of Henry Tower, E^q (only surviving 
biotlicr of Christopher T. Tower, E-q., of Weald Hall, 
Essex, whom see), by Isabella, onlv dau. and heiress of 
George Baker, E-q , of Elemore Hall i whose name he 
assumed on succeeding to this property 1813) ; b. 1822 ; 
7/i. 181!) Isabella, dan. of R. L. Allgood, Eiq., of Nun- 
wiek. and has, with other issue, 

• Hi my pCOrge, b. lS iO. 

Mr Baker; w ho was educated at Harrow, is a J. P. and 
D L. tor co. Durham (.High Sheriff 185 1); formerly 
Lieut. 4th Dragoon Guards.— FJe.uore Hall and Crook 
Ha'!, DurhaiH. 

BAKER, Mrs., of Add M inor, Yorkshire. 

Hannah, dau. of the late Joseph T.itham, Esq.. of 
Leeds, and co-heir under the will of her br ther George 
North Tattle HI, E-q.. of Leeds; r,i. 1803 William Baker, 
Esq., of London, .Merchant, who d. 1809, and has 

ISSlie, 

* llnnnnh Mrria. m. Edwin BddtSMI, B9Q,, of Lrejg, ftni 

h n Ismic. 

Mrs. linker ib Lady of tho Manor of Adel. — A.irl 
Manor, Lrcds. 

BAKER, the U,>r. R alth Bornxr, of Doto* 
nd arc- wood House, Derbyshire, nnd Hm* 
field Court, Qlouceeterehiroi 

Second and only nrviving son of tho late William 
B iker. Em. («ho ,/. 1^33), by Mary, in, of James 
Bourne, Esq., of Frnton. CO. Stnflbra; b. 180*; • 
bisbi-other 1S63; M, 1815 Francis Ctoftnn, e'.drst diu. 
of the Most Rev. Dr. Singer, Lotd Bi-hop of Mosth. 
and of Mary, giand-dnu. .>| tl )P 1 ; , t o > i r Morgan Cro.lon, 



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Cart., of Mohill, co. Leitrim, Ireland, and has, with j 
other issue, 

• William Meath, b. 1857. 

Mr. B iker, who was educated at Rucrby and Trinity ! 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1820, M.A. 1829 T, is a Magis-| 
trate for co. Stafford, Lord of the Manor of Hasfield, &c; 1 
and Patron of Christ Church, Fenton ; he was appointed [ 
Incumbent of Christ Church. Hilderstone, 1833 ; Rural | 
Dean of Stone 1840 ; and Examining Chaplin to the j 
Lord B'shop of 3Ieath 18<Y2. His family have been j 
seated in Cheshire, Herefordshire, Salop, and Stafford- 1 
sliire for nearly 200 years, and were originally from 
London and Norfolk. — Residence : Hatfield Court, \ 
Gloucester; Dover id [ge-wood House, Uttoxetir, Derby- \ 
shire; 6, Royal York Cresient, Clifton, Bristol; Uni- 
versity Club, Dublin; National Club, s.w. 

BAKER, Robert, Esq., of West Hay, Somerset. | 
Third son of the late John Lines Baker. Esq., of Bristol | 
(who d. 1805), by Mary, dau. of Robert Bright, Esq., 
of Brockbury, co. Hereford ; b. 1786; m. 1826 Dorothea, 
dan. of the Rev. John Wylde, Rector of Aldridge-with- \ 
Barr, co. Stafford, and has issue, 

» Robert Lowbridcre (Rev.), a Magistrate for Oxen ; b. 1831 ; ! 
vi. 1856 Mary Katberine. dan. of Charles N'oel, Esq. 
Mr. B iker is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Somerset. — West 
Hay, Wrinrjton, Bristol. 

BAKER, Slade, Esq., of Sandbourne, Worces- 
tershire. 

b. 1791; m. 1820 Isabella, dau. of the Rev. John! 
Broome, Incumbent of Forihamptou, co. Gloucester, I 
and has, with other issue, 

• Slade (in holy orders), M.A. of University Coll., Oxford, j 
and Vicar of .Clif ton-npon-Teme, CO. Worcester ; b. 18*25; 
m. 1858 Ann Fanny Eliza, dau. of the Rev. W. F. Raymond, i 
Rector of Stockton, co. Worcester, and Vicar of Wilsford, 
Wilts. 

Mr. Baker, who is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Worcester 
and a Magistrate for Salop, is descended from a younger i 
branch of the Bakers of Waresley, co. Worcester {& 
family now extinct in the. malo line), through his grand* 
father, the. Late Rev. George Baker, Rector of (Well- 
ington, CO. Gloucester, third son of John linker, Esq., of 
Waresley. — Sandbourne, near llewdley, Worcestershire. 

BAKER, Thomas Barwick Lloyd, Esq., of 
Hardwicke Court, Gloucestershire. 

Only son of the late Thomas John LI Oyd Baker, Esq.. 
of Hard wi eke Court, by his 1st wife Mary, dan. of 
William Sharp, Esq., of Fulhnm. Middlesex (find niece 
of Granville Sharp, Esq., well known I'm 1 his exertions 
in the cause of Negro emancipation) ; 6.1807; s. 1841 ; 

VI. 18 10 Mai \ , dau. of Nicholas Lewis I enuiek, Esq., 
of Iiesford, CO. Worcester, ami has, with other issue, | 

• (.rnnvillc r.dwiu Lloyd, a Magistrate lor co. Gloucester; 1 

6. 1841, 

Mr. Baker, who was educated at, Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford., is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester, and: 
distinguished as a leader of the Reformatory move- 
ment This family is a branch of the Bakers of 
Waresley, co. Worcester. — lltirdwiche Court, GtoitCClttr, 

BAKER, William Hexry, Efsq., of Cottesmore, 
Rutlandshire. 
Eldest non of the luto Rielmrd Westbronk Baker, Esq.,' 
ol Cottesmore (who was a Magistrate for co Lei, ester, 
and Ititrli Sheriff of co. Rutland in 1841), by Anne, 
dim. of Henry Hind Brown, Esq., of Meltmi Mowbray; 
6. 1832 ; f. li'Ol ; m. i t is,»i; Eliiabuth, only dau. of 
John Keen, Etq., of Campden, i'o Gloucester; Itnd 18(14 
Monieit D'nrquhtiMon, iiml dim oi' John Cave, E«n., of 

Brambridge, Hants, and has by the fornu r, with oilier 
if sue, 

• lllrhnrd West I rook, ft I 90 I, 

Mr. B.iker, who trM educated at I'nghv, is I,,, ut R, N. 



Gloucester Militia, and was formerly Lieut. 16th Glou- 
cestershire Rifle Volunteers. In the fifreenth century 
the Bakers were a family of property in the North, and 
afterwards in Herts and Bucks. — Cottesmore, Oakham, 
Rutlandshire, 

BAKER, William Robert, Esq., of Bayfbrd- 
bury, Herts. 
Eldest and onlv surviving son of the late William 
Baker, Esq., of Bayfordbury (who d. 1813), by Esther, 
dau. of Robert Fagan, Esq.; b. 1810; in. 1838 Anne 
Emma Katharine, eldest dau of tlie late Henry Fynes- 
Clinton, Esq. (descended from Henry, 2nd Earl of 
Lincoln\ and has issue, 

* Will am CHnion, educated at Ch. Ch.. Oxford ; a Mneis. 
trate for Herts : 6. IS ;0 ; m. ISfii Edith Mildmav Ashhurst, 
eldest dan. of the late Rev. Henry Leu-is Majendie, Vicar 
of Dunmow, Essex, and has is?ue, * a son, b. lS'J-5. 

Mr. Baker, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Herts (High Sheriff 183C'i, and Patron of 1 living. 
This family is the present representative of Jacob Ton- 
son, the eminent bookseller. — Bayfordbury, Hertford. 

BAKER, Of O.'SCtt. (See Wingfield-Bahr.) 

BAKER-CRESSWELL, Addisox Joiix, Esq., of 
Cress well, XortliumbeHnrid. 
Eldest sun of the late Francis Easterby. Esq., of Black- 
heath, Kent, who assumed by Royal licence the namo 
of Cresswell on his marriage with Frances Dorothea, 
twin dau. and co-heir of John Cresswell. Esq., of 
Cresswell; //. 178S; .?. 1S20; m. 1818 Elizabeth M:irv, 
dau. of G. L. Reid, Esq.. of Champion Hill, and heir 
of John B iker, Esq.. of Ilinton-on-the-Grtcn, co. Glou- 
cester, and had, with other issue. 

• Oswin Addison, 6. 1819; in. lsiSAnn Sevmour. elde?t dan. 
of Sir Wil iain Gordpn-Cumminp. Hart., of Allvre and Gor- 
donston, co. Moray, and <J. 1S"'6, leaving issue, * Os«':n 
Climni'ng, Cornet 3rd Hussars, b. 1SI4. 

Mr. Buker-Cresswell, who was educated at C. C. C. 
Oxford (created an Hon. M.A. of Oxford 1810), is 
a J.P. and D.L. for Northumberland, and Parron of 
2 living; was M.P. for N. Northumberland 1841-7. 
— Cressviell, Morpeth, Northumberland. 

BALDOCK, Edward Holmes, Esq. 
Son of the late E.H.Baldock, Esq., by M-irv, dan. of 
W. Gorrimre, Esq ; b. 1812; m. 1862 Elizabeth Mary, 
dnu. of the late Sir Andrew Vincent Corbet, Bll t.. of 
Acton Reynald and Moreton Corbet Castle, co. Salop. 

Is a Dep.'-Liout. for Mid. lb s, x ■ w.,s M P for Shrews- 
bury 1847-67. — Con.*<rratice a<ul Carlton Clubs, s.w.; 
31, Grosicnor Place, s.v. 

+ BALD WIN, Herbert James, Esq.. ol'Cloliina, 

co. Co tic. 

Onlv son of the late Herbert Baldwin. E-q., M.D, of 
Clohina (who was M P. for Cork 1S.S3-71. by las 2nd 
wife Ellen, dau. of Edward Eforrick, Esq. ; " b. 1S20 ; 
*. 1M»1 : I*. 184(6 Juan, dau. of — O PriscoU. Eeq. 
This family have been settled n the souih of Ireland 
6ince the reign of Elizabeth —Clohina. Cork: 

BALDWIN, tl.o Hcv TnOUAS RlQDTE, of Ley- 
land, Lancashire. 

Son of the Into Rev. Oardnnr Baldwin, toy EllKlfotn, 
dan. of the late Thomas Orion, Esq., of Tattenhill. co. 
Chester; b. 1823. Educated nt Sidney S«NM X Coll, 
C.imbrid.'P (B.A. IK4S, M.A. 1848); ii h Mngis1M«j 

for co. Lancaster, Viewr of Lr-yl ind, mid Patruit of thai 

In iii£. - Lytit id \'ic,.raijc, I rcstuii, mat hire, 

BALDWIN'. Wnu.vM Tyi.itv. Em., of Stcd* 
Hill, Knit. 

Eldest son of the late William VN'rinrheslej Turner 
Baldwin, Esq., of Slid* Hill, J.P. nnd DX.. bv In* 
2nd w.lV. EUtt, dau of i\ L. Balinnin, E-q. . A. I Ml . 

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st. 1SG0. Educated at Rugby ; is a Magistrate for Kent ; 

was formerly in the Indian Civil Service, — Slide Hill, 

Harrii tsham, Maidstone. 

Heir Pres., his brother Charles Frederic, Lieut. It.E. ; b. i 
1840 ; in. 1k«7 Victoria Pauline Griscldis, 2nd dau. of 
Paul Cesar do Brce, Esq., of Beckenham, Kent. 

BALDWIN. William John Atkinson, Esq., of ' 
Dnlton, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. John Baldwin, M.A., Fellow | 
of Christ's Coll., Cambridge, by his 1st wife Elizabeth, | 
dau. and heir of William Atkinson, Esq., of Daiton ; ! 
ft. 1845 ; his mother 18 IS. Educated at Harrow and ! 
Ch. Ch., Oxford; is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, a| 
Member of the Middle Temple, Lord of the Manors j 
of Daiton, etc., and Lieut. R. Cumberland Militia, i 
— Ballon-in-Furness, Lancashire. j 
Heir Pres., his brother Edward Tboir.as, b. 1S4G ; educated at • 
Rugby and Trinity Coll., Oxford. 

BALFE, Fatkick, Esq., of South Park, co. 
Roscommon. 
Third but eldest surviving son of the late Michael 
Balfe, Esq., of South Park (who d. 1838), by his 2nd 
wife Alicia, dau. of Thomas Smith, Esq., of Fort Castle, j 
King's Co.; 6.1819; s. his brother 1856; m. 1845 j 
Anna, 2nd dau. of William Maclkrmott, Esq., of Spring- 
field, eo. Galway, and has, with other issue, 

« Michael, b. 1840. 
Mr. Balfe, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, j 
is a Magistrate for co. Roscommon (High Sheriff 1858), j 
and Capt. Roscommon Militia. This family is de- j 
sceuded from Thomas Balfe, Esq., who fought under 
James II. at the Battle of the Boyne. — South Park, 
Casthrea, co. Hoscommon. 

BALFOUR, Arthur James, Esq., of Whitting- 
hame, Haddingtonshire. 
Eldest son of the late James Maitland Balfour, Esq., oi 
Whittinghnmc, by Lady Blanche Cecil, youngest dan. 
of James, 2nd Marquis of Salisbury, K.tJ.; ft. IS 18; s. 
185G. Represents a younger branch of the Bulfonrs of 
Balfour and Balbirnie. — - WJtittinghalM, Preston Kirk, 
Haddingtonshire, N.B. 

Heir Pres., his brother ("ceil Charles, b. 1 S 4f>. 

BALFOUR, Blay.M'v ToWN'LEY, Esq., of Town- 
ley Hall, co. Lonl hi 

Eldest son of the late Blayney Towrdey Balfour, Esq., 

of Town-ley Hall, by Lady Florence Cole, dau, of VVil- 
liatn, 1st End of Enniskillen ; ft 1799 ; «. 1856; ,». 
1843 Elizabeth Catharine, dan of Richard Moli ..M>rth 
Reyiull, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

» Mayie y tWlJ liell, b. 1*15, 
Mr. B.i lfn nr. who was educated at Harrow and Ch. Ch.. 
Oxford (HA. 18221, and was appointed Governor of the 
Bahamas 1833', is a Magistrate for rn«. Loittll Mid 

Meatli ; he was High sh, ntVofeo, Lour.li 1811. 71 

In/ flail, Vrogh'dn, en, Louth.; Suckeille Street (7»\ 
Dublin; Trav l/er.i CI lib, s.w. 

BALFOUR, Cn \!,t.i.s, I-Jsq., of Newt. hi Don, 
Berwickshire, 
Younger son of the late .lame" Bulfiutr, E.-q nf Wln't- 

tinejiamo (who d. 1845), li) Lilly Khanor M.iill.nid, 
3rd dan. of James. Rtll lvnl (if I ami. rd lie ; >'. 1821; 

Mi 1st 1880 the Hon. Adelaide llnrriiiRtnn, youwresl 
dan. of William, (it li VisOOUllI [IlirrillUtOII (she <f. 18(12); 
2nd I860 M iiinic. ihle-t dan. of the Hull, \UCUStUS 

Mddolh Rthieotrd ul Hion; i- a Mogiittrute for rn, 
Rurwiek ; reprmetilli n yuunKrr bratie|i ol the llu'iour* 
of Balfour.— \- a ton />.•»/, Kilno, Ocrwielnkiit, 

BALFOUR, David, Ksrj , of Dalfbur and Tre- 
nnbie, co. Orkney. 
Third but eldest surviving Hon of the lute Cnpt, Wil« 
limn Ilitlfuur, K.N , of Tr< nnbie, by his 1st wit.., Man 
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Balfour, only child of William Manson, Esq., of Kirk- 
wall, N.B. ; "ft. 1811; s. 1S4G ; in. 1844 Eleanor Alder, 
dau. of Capt. Samuel Barker Edmeston. Is a J.P. 
and D.L. for, and Convener of, co. Orkney, and a 
Magistrate for Mid-Lothian. This ancient family were 
formerly Heritable Sheriffs of co. Fife, and derive 
their name from the Lands of Balfour in that county. 
— Balfour and Xoltland Castles, by Kirkwall, co. Orkney. 
/Air Pres., his brother William, formerly an officer IbiU 

Foot; *. 1813"; m. 1843 Jes^y Alcxina, dau. of the Rev. 

Thomas Steele. 

BALFOUR, Francis Walter, Esq., of Fernie 
Castle, Fifesbire, 
Eldest son of the late Francis Ba^our, Esq.. of Fernie 
Castle, by Margaret, dau. of Graham Bower, Esq., of 
Kiucauldrum, co. Forfar; b. 18W; 1854: m. 1860 
Jane Amelia, 2nd dau. of Patrick Small Keir, Esq., of 
Kindrogan, co. Perth. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Fife; 
was formerly Major in the Rifle. Brigade. Mr. Balfour 
claims the title of Lord Balfour of Burleigh, as heir 
male of the 2nd Lord of that name, a title forfeited in 
the Rebellion of 1715. Major Balfour is a descendant 
of the Bal fours of Balfour (see Balfour of Balfour 
Castle and Trenabie). — Fernie Castle, Ladybank, Fife- 
shire, y.B. 

Heir Pres., hi« brother James Bower, late Lieut. R.N. ; b. 
183'J ; m. 1859 Martha Maria, 2nd dau. of the Hon. G. H. 
Emerson, Q.C., o£ St. John's, Newfoundland (she d. 1863). 

+ BALFOUR, JOHN, Esq., of Balbirnie, Fife- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the Into Lieut. -General Robert Balfour, 
of Balbirnie, by Eglantine Katharine, dau. of — 
Fordoyce, Esq.; ft. 1810; m. 1840 Lady Georgina 
Isabella. 2nd dau. of John Frederick, 1st Earl of 
Cawdor, and has. with other issue, 

• Robert Frederick, b. 18ti;. 

Mr. Balfour, who is a Magistrate for and Vice-Lieut, 
of co. Fife, represents a yottnger branch of the Balfours 
of Balfour and Trenabie. — Balbirnie, Markin. h, y.B. 

BALFOUR- O GIL VT, Mrs., of Tannadiee, For- 
farshh'Oi 

Mary, eldest dau. and heir of the late Charles Ogilvv. 
Esq. of Tannadiee (who d. 1S35), by Mary, dau. of the 
lute James Maed.inald. Esq., and Mary Alia rdice, of 
Allardice ; w . 1833 Col. David William 'Balfour (eldest 
son of the late Col. Balfour, 40th Regt.J) who took 
the name of Ogilvv on Succeeding his wife's brother at 
Tannadiee 181 I, and d. before Sebustopol 1855, leaving 
IS8U0, 

• Wllitnm, b. 1st.. 

Mrs. B.ilfour-Ogilvy represents the family of Ogilry of 
Balfour, eo. Forfar- n cadet of the family of Airlie.— 
'I'annadicc, F<rfar, N.B, 

BkV LOUY, .John, Esq., f Dttffield Park, Derby- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late John Bil-uv. Ei-q.. Q C, of 
Ihitlield Park (some time Recorder of Derby. Com- 
missioner of Bankruptcy, and Chairman of the Derby- 

(■Lire Quarter Sessions), by Barbara, dnu. or tde R«r. 
J. l\ Si Fleming St. John. IV. ;.. :..i.irv ot \\ ••«•. ester ; 
b. 1831; ... LAA8< m 1S58 Hurriet Anne. 3nl d ,u of 
J. W. (\de, |;^., nf Oakwood. Beekcnliam. Kent, and 
lias, other issue, 

• .Mm II. nrr.ft. IBM, 

Mr. Balcnv. wl„, »v.- ,.lu ate! at Emi nnd M->rton 
Coll., Oxford (».A. isn>. nml mllrdiotlM B«r«i the 
Middle TeniH« IMS. i» a M«Ristrat« t -r Dvr4*j 

Tins family have be.-n pettled in Derbyshire since tlie 
reitrn of KUtrnrd I !><■ field }hr.'y. Arthur '» 

Club, S.W. ; SO, ( hr.i'rr Syn.rre, s.w. 

t Tji!« c nllemnn \vs« of Mir DoJfonm of Trennhio. who »tllodln 

... iii. in tw r. i« ol Itnhnln > inmors, sM «.rp n'tr,„» tt 

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HALL, Sir William Keith, Bart (cr. 1801). 

Only son of the late Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander John 
Hall, Rart., by Mary Smith, dau. of John Wilson, Esq., 
of Westminster ; b. 1791; s. as 2nd Bart. 1809. The 
1st Bart, was Gowrnor of Malta. This family were 
formerly settled in Gloucestershire. — Union Club, s.w. ; 
81, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Turk, -w. 

BALL, the Hon. Mrs., of Fort Fergus, co. Clare. 
Julia Selana, younge st dau. of Standish. 1st Viscount 
Guillamore (who was many years Chief Baron of the 
Irish Court of Exchequer), by Katherine, 2nd dau. of 
John Thomas Waller, Esq., of Castletown, co. Lime- 
rick ; in. 1845 William Hawkins Ball, E?q.. of Fort 
Fergus, who was a J. P. and D.L. for co. Clare (High 
Sheriff 18.30), formerly a Major in the Army, and who 
d. s. p. 1 8C4. Mrs. Ball is Lady of the Manor of Fort 
Fergus, and represents a family originally settled in 
Cheshire. — Fort Fergus, Emiis, co. Clare. 

Heir Pres., her husband's nephew, Richard Hawkins Beau- 
champ, Esq., a Magistrate for co. Clare ; b. 1629. 

BALL, SALISBURY, Esq., of Bimvell, Cambridge- 
shire. 

Son of the late Edward Ball, Esq., oi' Burwell (who 
was a J. P. and D.L. for co. Cambridge, and M.P. for j 
that county 1852-63), by his first wife, Ann, dau. of: 
— Cadywold, Esq., of Kimberley, Norfolk; h. 1836 ; i 
s. 1865 ; Til. 1862 Emily, dau. of James Fieldim, Esq., ! 
of Mcarclough, Sowerby Bridge, co. York; is Lord of 
tlie Manor of Burwell. — Burwell, Newmarket; 41, j 
South Audhy Street, Vf, 

BALL, Mrs., of Abbeylara, co. Longford. 

Alice Georgina, eldest dau. of the Rev. William Norton, 
Hector of Baltinglass, co. Wicklow ; m. 1867 Thomas 
Shirley Ball, Esq., of Abbeylara, who was a Magis- 
trate for co. Longford, and Capt. Royal Longford Rifles, 
and who d. 1867. — Abbeylara, Granard, co. Longford; 
Geraldstown, Savan, co. Meat ft. 

B ALL ANT IN E-DYKES, Freciieville Lamp- 
lugh, Esq., of Doveaby Hall, Cumberland. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Frechcville Lawson 
I lykes-Ballantine, Esq., of Dovenby Hall (who was ni 
Magistrate for Cumberland, and formerly M.P. for ' 
Cockcrmouth), by Ann Eliza, oldest dan. and co-heir of | 
(he lato Joseph Gunson, Esq., of Ingwell (and Anne i 
Prances his wife, only surviving child of bite late' 
lulmund Lamplugli Irion, Esq., of Eton, ami i ow sole j 
representative of thai family) ; b. ih.M; «, 18(>6. Ehe 
additional surname of Dykes was assumed by the grnnd- 
fnther of the presenl owner on his marriage with Maw 
Dykes of Dovenby Hall, dau. and heir of Frechevillfl 
l>ykes, F.scj., of Ward ha II, Cumberland. This fumily, 
auoiently 'Del, and Dp, Dvkes,'| originated at Dykes- 
flohl, on the Roman Wall. They wen' of Wardliall, 
tic, 11th and 13th Henry VI. ; of Crookdnke II. ill. &c, 
1761; and of Dotenby llftll, &c, 17'.H , and still con- 
tinue lo hold those properties.- J/,,, tttbv Hall, Corkir- 

Uiotith. 

HA Ll.AXTYXM, Jamks, Esq., of Elolylco, Sel- 
kirkahire. 

Mldi'Bl son of the late Th.mias Ltullnntvne, Esq., of 
Huh/Ice, by Elizabeth, dau. of — Burn of, Ego.; >>. i78'.> ; 
' isji; ,„, igjjl Anne. dan. of Andrew Henderson 
-q.. of M idgoliope, au l hoN, with other issue, 
• Jnnits Qseiffs, n Msgtstrsta for . <>. s. ikirk i fc. tan". 
Mf, It.dlanUne i« a .11'. and D.L for cos. Selkirk and 

I I'vuli'S.- tiolylce, Innerleithen, A.//. 

1 Tin- nnmn la derived fr in ttio wnll— A.-Pa*, 'The l)vke' <».<».' 
'"''•'» • lijkr'), nr nthrr. "Thn DykeT— tht rslliiin lernvhv 
* < a * i iii | m| m (v|(t« Urune, p. USD), in lunation, ttenbtli ... with 1 
«"ri»., llnmorui Ac Dlkei Was lhin K t,,„ r . Fteuhcu (Tide 
"mi i»t> i,i Lnrtercett), 

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BALLINGALL, George Bobert, Esq., of Ahu. 
mont, Perthshire. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late Sir George 
Ballingall, Knt., of Altamont, F.R.8. (manv v. ;r , 
Regius Professor of Military Surgery in the University 
of Edinburgh, who d. 1855), by Jane, dau. of James 
Ballingall, Esq., of Perth; b. 18'25; 5. his brother ISC J; 
m . 1859 Agnes Isabella, 2nd dau of James Anderson, 
Esq., of Bleaton-Hallet, N.B., and has issue, 

* George Anderson, b. 186-. 
Mr. Ballingall. who was educated at Edinburgh Univer- 
sity (M.I), and L.R.C.'S. Edin.), entered the H.E.I.C. 
Bombay Medical Service 1 S48. was twelve years Pro- 
fessor of Surgery in the Grant Medical College, and 
retired 1866. — Altamont, Blairgowrie. N.B. 

BALME, Edward Balme WHEATLEY-, Esq., 
of Cote Wall, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Wheaney, Esq.. of Cote 
Wall, by Mary, dau. of the late Abraham Balrne, of 
Whitley"; b. 1*819; assumed, by Royal licence, 1S57, 
the surname of Balme. atter his maternal great-uncle, 
the late Rev. Edward Balme ; m. 1 861 Hannah, dau. of 
the late Francis Maude. Esq., of Hatfield Hall, AYake- 
fleld. Educated at Rugby and Trinitv and Downins 
Colls.. Cambridge (B.A. 184 l.M. A. 184.5)'; is a Magistrate 
for Westmoreland, and a J.P. and D.L. for the W. 
Riding of Yorkshire, and one of the Chairmen of 
Quarter Sessions.— Cole Wall, Mirjicld, Yorkshire ; 
Lougkrigg, Ambleside, Westmoreland. 

BALSTOX, "William, Esq., of Springfield. Kent. 
Eldest son of the Into William Balston, Esq.. of Spring- 
field, and brother of the Rev. Edward Balston. late 
Head Master of Eton Coll.: 1Si>7 ; s. 1S19. Is a 
Magistrate for Kent. — Springfield, Maidstone. 

Heir /'res., his brother Richard Elli-ton Phillips, h. 1808; 
m. 1888 Mary, dan. of the lnte James Hughe* Hawkins 
Mansfield, Esq.. of Rainham, Kent, and by her (who (/. IS5S) 
has, with other issue, • Richard James, educated at Etuu, 
6. 18:19. 

BAMFOBD. CiiAKLEs, Esq., of Impington Hall. 
Cambridgeshire. 

Elder surviving son of the late Charles B.imford. Esq., 
of Cottingham Hall, mar Hull i who </. is.'i7>. by Inn, 
dau. of John Holmes, Esq., of Hull ; >>. 1839: i'„. 1863 
Henrietta Vietoria, eldest dau. of Charles Balls, Esq., 
J.P., of Cambridge, and has, with other issue, 

* Charles Frederick, b. 1*866. 
Mr. Bunlfurd, who was educated at St. John's Coll.. 
Cambridge (B.A. 1862, M A 1805), purchased Impine- 
tOil Hall in 1861, from 0. J. Pine-Collin. Esq. (whom 
see).- -Jn>2'i»ytea Hall, Cambridge; A«w Lnivtnitg 

('lab, s.W. 



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B AMFORD-H ESKETH, Robert, E 
(iwyrch Castle. Denbighshire, 
Eld. r -on of the hue Lloyd Ilevkotli Bnmford-HeskeUi, 
ICsq., Of tivvvreh C«1"tl#(wllO was Hlgli Sluriffofco. 

Denbigh I8i6)i by Lftdy Emily Esther Anne, youngest 
dau. of William, l-i F.irl of BeaurltHmp; h. *. 

1801; W, 1 So 1 Elltn, 2nd dau. Ol the late J. Jon. s- 

Uu teuton* K-q., of Pentro Uuwr, ea Denbigh. Is » 
MAgistmte for co. Denbigh (ITigh shcritT lso<>>, nn.l 
Lonl of the Manor of ( h. a ll. -Hnlnie and t h. ndle- 
Bulkcli v, cn. Lnnenster, This familv is descended frm» 
a bommnn nneestoi with t'ir 1 1 1 - k • 1 1 . of [tntToH and 
KosbiiIIi co. LnnonHtvr fvlimm M-f). — (<nt/rr)> Quilt, 

Ab'tiliif, l)mhiffk*h U T . I, I\ i-:',thI J',',rrr, W. 

BAMPPYLtJE. (Sfc under Mhmrt, /,■•>,;.) 

BAND, tho Rot. Chaalki Edvi of VVoakM 
1 [ons0| Sotnemel 
Onlj -on »f the late Edward W right BmhV Bb . J P . 
of WtMikey Rouse, by Sululi Blisjsbolli, eluetl <Uu. «f 

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Ban] 



COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Ban 



the Rev. 
Henrietta 
d. 1811); 
John T. B 
3rd 1S31 
E~q., of M 
• Clmrle 
Mr. Bund, 
bridge (B 
of Combe 
Devon ; tt 



Herman Drewe; b. 18>)3; m. 1st 1827 
Mary, dau. of the Rev. Henry Fellowes (she 
2111" 1S42 Harriet Louisa, dau. of the Hev. 
..ml. Rector of Freston, Suffolk -(she d. 1844) ; 
Susannah Maria, dau. of Thomas Colha.ru, 
arley, Devon, and has, by his 1st wife, 
* Edward, ft. 1S-J3. 

who was educated at St. John's Coll., Cam- 
A. 1823, M.A. 1828), was appointed Reetor 
Raleigh in 1S27. — Combe Raleigh, Honiton, 
'oukiy House, Wells, Somerset. 



BAXDOX, Earl of (Fkaxcis Bernard). — Cr. 
1800. 

Ehb st son of James, 2nd Earl (who was Lord-Lieu- 
tenant of co. Cork, ami a Representative Peer for 
Ireland), by Mary Susan Albinia, dau. of the late Arch- 
bishop [Br.'drick) of Cashed, and sister ot Charles, 6th 
Viscount Midletun ; b. 1810; 1S5C; m. 1832 Katha- 
rine Miry, dau. of the late Thomas Whitmore, Esq., 
M.P., of Apley Park, Co. Salop. Educated at Eton and 
Oriel Coll., Oxford (B A. 1831, M.A. 1834, D.C.L. 
1801) ; is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Cork, and Col. Cork 
Militia Artillery; was M.P. for Bandon 1842-56; 
elected a Representative Peer for Ireland 1857. The 
founder of this family accompanied William I. to Eng- 
land, and his descendant, Francis Bernard, settled in 
the south of Ireland temp. Elizabeth. — Castle Bernard, 
Bandon, co. Cork; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 40, Lowndes 
Square, s.w. 

Heir, his son James Francis, Vicount Bernard, 6. 1S00. 

BANGOR, Bishop of (the Right Rev. James 
Colquhoux Campbell, D.D.) 

Second son of the late John Campbell, of Stonefield, 
co. Argyll, by WUhelmina, dau. of the late Sir James 
Colquhoun, Bart., of Luss, co. Dumbarton; b. 1813; 
m. 1840 Blanche Brneo, dau. of John Bruce Prvce, 
Esq., of DiifFrvn, co. Glamorgan. Educated at Trinitv 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1830, M.A. 1839); appointed 
Rector of Mcrthyr Tydfil 18-44, Archdeacon of Llandaff 
1857 ; consecrated Bishop of Bangor IN.39 ; is a Magis- 
trate for co. Glamorgan. This family descend from the 
3rd Earl of Argyll, and hold lands in Argyllshire. 
— The Palace, Bangor, Sorfh Wales. 

BANGOR, Viscount (Edward Ward). — Cr. 
^ 1781. 

Eldest eon of Edward, 3rd Viscount, by the Hon. 
Harriet Marpivet, 2nd dau. of Henry, 0th Lord Fam- 
hain (she ni. 2iully Major Androw Stitjent. 9Cth Foot); 

6. 1S:.'7; ». 18371 KdilCUted nt Eton and Ti mity I oil.. 
Cambrideo (M.A. 1857) ; is a J.l'. and D.L. for co. 
Down; elected a Representative Peer for Ireland IS.")."). 
This family have, been settlerl in Ireland wince temp. 

Eli/abelli. — - Castle Wnril, SI rangford , Downshirc ; 

Carlton Club, s.w.; 42, t large. < Street, w. 

ttflf Pi tu , id- Mother tie' lion, ir.-nrv William rro«b1n, Into 

(.'apt. l-'lfl I'.i.it : l°es : 1 s .". 4 Mnrv. yoanai st dim. of 
the ltev. Henry Kin, - , ot DaUylin, King's Co., ttnu law Issue. 

BANCO II, yificountoas, of Castlo Ward, co. 
Down. 

Harriet M m:ar. t, 2nd dau. of Hurry, (itli Lord Parn- 
h,un, by Lnih Anne, oldest dau. of II. nry Tin. mas. Jnd 
Earl of Carri. k ; m. 1st 182(1 I'duard, 3rd Viscount 
Bangor, who d. 1837; 2nd IMl Major Andrew N'u rout, 
httO 30tll Foot, .I P ai d D L. for eo. DoWIt, 3rd s 1 in of 
the late Andrew SilVllSfl Nu omt. fiwi., of Portatorry, 
co. l)own. --Castle Ward, Stra»g/orJ, Von Hthirt, 

BAXKES, Joux Scott, of Sougtt©B Hull, Klint- 
ihirc. 

Eldest son nf ihe bite Rev Fdu nrd Rankes, of SVitijhfon 
Hall (Canon of Bristol and < ■ l.ai. . -1 or, and lo'imrly 

Rector of Corfe Ctiitlo, Donvt)i by his lit w.iv, Lady 
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Francos Jane Scott, dau. of John, 1st Earl of E'.don ; 
b. 1820; s. 1807; in. 1S49 Annie, dau. of the kto 
Chief Justice Jervis, and has issue. Mr. Bank-s. wh , 
was educattd at Eton and University Cull., Oxford 
(B.A. 1S4S), is a J.P. and D.L. for Dorset, and a M igis- 
trate for co. Flint. The Soiighton Hall Estate, which 
formerly belomred to the Right Rev. J. Wynne. D.D.. 
L'>rd Bishop of Bath and Wells, was inherited by the 
grandfather of the present owner through his mother, 
dau. of the Bishop. — Sovghton Hall, yorthrop, Flint- 
shire. 

+ BANKES,Hexey Hyde XuGE.VT.Esq.,of Stud- 
land, Dorsetshire. 
Second son of the late Rt. Hon. Georje Bankes, of 
Studland (who was some time M.P. for Dorset, and 
who d. 1850), by Georgina Charlotte, dau. of Admiral 
Sir Charles Edmund Nugent, G.C.H. ; b. 1823 ; m. IS.57 
the Hon. Lalage Letitia Caroline, youngest dau. of 
Richard Hus<-ev, 1st Lord Vivian. Educated at Eton 
and Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1850. M.A. 1So3); 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1854; is a Dep.- 
Lieut. for Dorset. — Studland, Wareham ; 1, Dr. John- 
son's Buildings, Temple, e.c. 

BAXKES, Henry Johx Perceval, Esq.. of Stud- 
land Manor, and Kingston Lacy, Dorset. 
Elder son of the late Edmund George Bankes, Esq., of 
Studland Manor and Kingston Lacy, by Rosa Louisa, 
dau. of Perceval Bastard, Esq., of Stourpayne, Dorset, 
and grandson of the late Right Hon. G. Bankes, M.P. ; 
b. 1850; s. I860. Is Patron of 3 livings. This family 
have been possessed of Corfe Castle since the 13 th Century, 
and Mr. Bankes's ancestor held the castle against the 
Parliamentary forces for King Charles I. — Kingsi07i 
Loot/, Wimbome. 

Ueir Pres., his brother 'Walter, ft. 1851. 

BAXKES, ATeyrick, Esq., of Winstanley Hall, 
Lancash ire. 

Only surviving son of tho late Meyriek Bankes, Esq., 
of YVinstunlcy Hall (who assumed by Royal licence the 
name of Bankes in lieu of Holme,), by his 2nd wife 
Maria Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Luncford Brooke, 
Esq., of Mere Hall, ro Chester; h. 1811; s. 1332. 
Educated at Eton and Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford ; is 
a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and Lord of the Manor 
of Winstanley. — Winstanley Hull, Wigan. 

UA XX ATYXE, Andri w, Esq., of Milhcngh, 
J (iinnrkshiro. 

Eldest son of the late Ducnld Bannatyne, Esq., Mer- 
chant in Glusrow, by AcnC!>, dan. of William Stirling, 
Esq., of Glasgow; /». 1798; m. 1828 Margaret, dau. of 
James Miliar, Esq., of Milheugh, and lias, with oilier 

issue, 

• Jobll Millar, a Major in the Army, and n Masi-trato for eo. 
t.nnark; ft. 1810 J in. IS.V.1 Jaiu t, dau. ot Ja nes Karie, Esq.. 
of Varinc. 

Mr. Bninatyne, who was educated at Heidi lhrrr: and 
Glasgow Universities, is a Member of tho Faculty of 
Procurator! in Oln»jroW; was formerly Dean of tli« 
Faculty of Provunitom, and a Mi tul cr of the I'nix. r 
sity Court, 01nc|inw, '1 his family descends from th* 
Batmat\ n. s, of Karnes, iu DUto,— ytdhn ah, Blantyf, 
Lanarksture, X.B. 

BAXNT.KM AN. Sir ALEXANDER, Bart .ofElsick, 
Abei'dcensUirc (cr IG82), 

Only son of the late Sir Cliarb s Hannrrtiian. Bart , of 
I'Jinck, by lii^ Qoutin Anne, ilau.of t'harle^ li.ini.rrman. 
Esq.; />. 1823; s. ns Bth Bait. 1851; >». 1800 1 ail 
Arabilla Dhuiii, )i>iiiifrcst dau, of O come John, 5th E«rl 
I)e la War, Kuucwtau at Trinity CuIT, Cumbridgo; i» 
a JiPi anil uJLt for co>, Kinnrdim and Abrrdwo. 

The BMTOtOFI of this t.imih «.r\< lioia liiai\ Biniier- 



Ban] 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



[Bar 



I , iters fo t lio Scottish kings, and they have been seated 
at Elsick since 1386. — ElsicJc House, and Crbnon- 
max/ate, Aberdeenshire ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; 40, Gros- 
t y nor Place, w. 

J.'nr Pies., his kinsman George Bannennan, Esq., b. 1829. 

HAXXERMAM", Henry, Esq., of Hunton Court, 
Kent. 

Son of the late Henry Bannorman, Esq., Merchant, of 
Manchester, by Janet, dau. of David Motherwell, Esq., 
(,tf Muirrnill ; b. 1798; m. 1831 Mary, dan. of John 
Wyld, Esq., of Glasgow, by whom he has issue, 

• Marion Wyld, m. 1st 180"> James McLaren, 2nd son of 
Richard Smith, Esq., of Wbaliey Kange, near Manchester; 
2nd the Rev. Augustus William Green. 

Mr. Bannerraan, who is Lord of the Manor of Hunton, 
was High Sheriff of Kent in 18G2. — Hunton Court, 
Hunton. Kent. 

1? AN TRY, Earl of (Richard White).— Cr. 1816. 

Eldest son of Kiehard, 1st Earl, by Lady Margaret 
Ann, dau. of William, 1st Earl of Listowel ; b. 1800; 
f. 1851; vi. 1836 Lady 3Iary, 3rd dau. of William, 
2nd Marquis of Thomond, K.P. (she d. 18.33). Edu- 
cated at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; is a J.P. and D.L. for eo. 
Cork; elected a Repr. Peer for Ireland 1853. The 
barony of Bantry was conferred on the late Earl for 
his repulse of the French in their attempted descent 
(•n the coast in Bantry Bay, in 1 797- — Bantry House, 
co. Cork; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Thomas's Hold, Berkeley 
Square, w. 

Heir Pres., his brother the Hon. William Henry Hare 
White-Hedges, of Mncroom Castle, eo. Cork (who has as- 
sumed the additional name o£ Hedges). Educated at 
Downing Coll., Cambridge (At. A. 1S>.>) ; a J.P. and D.L. 
for co. Cork (High Mierilt Is is), and Lieut.-Col. command- 
ing W. Cork Artillery ; 6. 1 SOI ; m. 1S45 Jane, youngest 
dau. of the late Charles J. Herbert. Esq., of Muero** Castle, 
co. Kerry, and has, with other issue, * William Henry Hare, 
b. 1854, 

HARBOUR, Robert, Esq., of Bolosworth Castle, 
Cheshire 

Son of the late Humphrey Barbour, Esq., of Bankbead. 1 
Kilbarchan, co. Renfrew, by Elizabeth, only dau. of 
John Freeland, Esq., of Glasgow, N.B. ; b. "l 707 ; m.\ 
1-t 1827 Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Allan, Esq., of 
l.inkfleld, East Lothian; 2ndly 1836 Juliet Andrew, | 
dlitli of William Fleming, Esq., of Sawmill-field, Glas- 
gow, and lios, with other issue, an only son, 

• George, educated nt Harrow, B. A. of Trinity Coll.. Cnm- 
bri.lu-e, UnrrlHter-at-I.aw of the Inner Temple, and Cornet I 
In the tlnrl of Chester's Vcorannry Cavalry ; f>. 18U, 

Mr, Harbour, who was educated at Glasgow is a J.P. 
»nd D.I,, for Cheshire (High Sheriff 1806), and Lord 
..f the M anors of Harthill, Chow ley, Tattenhall, and | 
Hni ivar Kiev. This family wero formerly of eo. Ren- 
frew', vhero they held aii important position in tho 
neighbourhood of Kilbarchan, but removed to Glasgow, 
niul afterwards to Manchester, Mr. Barbour purchased 
liilNwoith in 1857. — lfotcmonh Castle, Tattenhall, 
t htih ire. 

U Vti no Lilt, Thomas, Esq.,of DalsLangan, Kirk- 
cuill)iM)rhtHlnro, 

s n of tin- late James Barbour, Esq , >>f Parlay, in tin- 
•'-•"wartrv of Kirkeudl right, by Elizabeth, duu, «( tho 
l»le hnvtd Ketincdv, 12sq., J.P. and D.L., of Knock- 
luHlhtJ; b, 1813. Is a Magistrate for the Su-wartry of 

K,ik> •ii.ll. r'\A\\.~Dahhanaan, Any Galloway, Kirkeud»\ 
>'.At,h,r,, y.ji. J 

"\Kltoru, Wiutam, Esq, of Barky, Kirk- 

■ Utllii i.rhlsliiri'. 
I !. -t ,,f t ho lute James Harbour. F,-q., of Parlay, 

"< i!..- Htew«Mryof Kirkcudbri; ht, l»y Elizabeth, dau 

>' U,.- lutr l).,vid K.unnlv, K,,,, .1.1'. ami D.I.., Of 



Knoctnalling : b. 1310. Is a Magiitrato for tho Ste- 
wart ry of Kirkcudbright. — Barlay, Xt w Gallon ay, Kirk- 
cudbrightshire, X.B. 

1 BAEBOUR, William, Esq., of Hillden, co. An- 
trim. 

Son of the late John Barbour, Esq., of Plantation, near 
Lisburn ; b. 1797 ; m. 1822 Eliza, dau. of .Samuel Ken- 
nedy, Esq., of Lisburn, and has, with other issue, 

» John Doherty, a Magistrate for co. Down, late if.P. for 
Lisburn ; b. 1821 ; m. IStii Elizabeth Law, eldest dau. of 
John Milne, Esq. 

Mr; Barbour is a Magistrate for co. Antrim, and a 
Manufacturer at Lisburn. — Hilldcm, Lisburn, Lreland. 

i 

BAR CHARD, Francis, Esq., of Horsted Place, 
Sussex. 

Elde.-t son of the late Francis Barchard. Esq., of Hor- 
sted Place (who was High Sheriff of Sussex 1853), by 
Margaret Jane, dau. of the late Elphinstone Pigjrolt, 
Esq., Chief Justice of the Island of Tobago. West Indies 
(whose brother, Sir Arthur Pirrsrott, was Attorney- 
General in 1806); b. 1826; s. 1856 ; ws.1861 Arentina, 
dau. of the late John Watson, Esq., of Wick Lodge, 
nove, near Brighton. Mr. Barchard, who was educated 
at. Winchester "and Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1 S 19. M.A. 
18531, and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1S54, is a 
Magistrate for Sussex, Lord of the Manor of Horsted, 
and Patron of Little Horsted ; formerly Capt. Sussex 
Artillery Militia. — Horsted Place, tjckfietd, Sussex ; 
Oxford and Cambridge Cub, s.w. ; 35, Pall Mall, s.w. 

Heir Pres .his brother Elpliins'onc, b. 1827; m. 1860 Cathe- 
rine, dau. of Capt. Harwell, K.X., of Lriflnon, and ha< 
issue * a son, b. 1861. 

BARCLAY, Sir David William, Barf., of Pier- 
ston, Ayrshire (cr. 1G68). 
Only surviving son of the late Sir Robert Barclay, Bart., 
of Pierston, by bis 2nd wil'e Harriet. Baronet Cronsti dt, 
dau. of Col. Durell ; b. 1804; S. his nephew as 10th 
Bait. 1859; m. 1829 Eliso Josephe, dau. of Chubs 
Malo, late Marquis dc liune, of Warsv, Picardv (she 
1867). Was formerly Capt. 90th Rcgt., A.D.C. to tho 
rrovernor of the Mauritius, and appointed Member of 
t he Legislative Council of that. Island 1 S4G. This family 
settled in Ayrshire in the 12th century, — Junior Cor/ton 
and Conservative Clubs, s.w.; 137, \Vestbotme Terrace, 
w. 

AW', his eon Colrtlle Arthur Dnrell, h. 1R29; m. is. v. t.oui'a 

Melanie. duu. of Kdoilanl Jeny do Bclxine, and tlU, with 
other issue, • David Edward, b. 1858. 

BARCLAY, Ai.lxan" Di:u Charles, Esq, 

Second son ot the Into David Barclay, Esq., of East- 
wick Purl;, LeittllOrhcad (who was manv vc ars M.P for 
Sunderland i, by Maria Dorot hca, dau. of Sir H. Willinm* 
son, Wart.; b. 1823. Educated nt Harrow and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridire ; elected M.P. for Taunton 1865. 
— Brooks s, Boodle 8, Oxford and Quhbridgt, and Arl,ng- 
ton Clubs, s.w. ; 25, Bolton Street, w. 

BARCLAY, Artitub Rett, Esq., F it s , of Bury 
Hill, Surrey. 

Elde-t son of the late Charles ltiivl.iv, Rwj . of Uurv 

Hill, who was llis:li Sheriff of Surrry, mm) some Lima 
M P. fur W. Snnvv, by Anna Maria. dan. til ThontM 
Kett, Esq., of Sc Otflinff, Norfolk ; b, 180(5; f. I S >■'< . >i. 
1836 Maria OctilVia, dau. of tho Into [chftbad Wright. 
Kiq., of Mappcrhy Hal, Nolt^, and hn«, with other 

inue, 

• Robert, b. to;;. 
Mr. Barelny, who «,n educated nt Darrow, Rnil is a 
J.P. Hlld D L. for Surrey, and Patn.n of 1 livirjr. in 
mult represent at ixo uf tils uiicieut Scottish l',imilu'< ol 
Mnthen and I'rio. fi«ry ltd/, D<irii>^ ; A. /,, x.ru «* 
Club, s.w. 

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Bar] COUNTY Fi 

-f BARCLAY, George Robertson, Esq.. of 
Keavil House, Fifeshire. 
Son of tho late G. Barclay, Esq., of Keavil House; b. 
1800; is a J.P. and D.L" for oo. Fife. — Keavil House, j 
Dunfermline, Fifeshirej Long's Hotel, W". 

BARCLAY, Hedwortii David, Esq., of Ea.sfrvick 
Park, Surrey. 
Eldest son of the late David Barclay, Esq., of Eastwiek , 
Park (who was J.P. and D.L. for Surrey, and M.P. for j 
Penryn and for Sunderland i, by Maria Dorothea, eldest \ 
dau. of the late Sir Hcdworth Williamson. Bart., of 1 
Whitburn Hall, eo. Durham ; b. 1820 ; 1801 ; r,i. 18-07 i 
Caroline Agnes, dau. of Harry Brereton-Trelawny; Esq., | 
of Shot wick, co. Chester, and widow of Julm James J 
Calley, Esq., of Burderop Park, Wilts, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Hedworth Trelawny, 6. ] 8">9. 
Mr. Barclay, who was educated at Harrow and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, is Lord of the Manor of Great Book- | 
ham, Surrey. This family is a branch of the ancient i 
houseof the Barclays of Uric, Scotland. — Eastwic/c Park, j 
Leatherhead , Surrey ; Brooks's and Oxford and Cam- '■ 
bridge Clubs, s.w. 

BARCLAY, Henry Ford, Esq., of Walfcham- j 
stow, Essex. 
Eldest son of the late Ford Barclay. Esq., by E-thcr. ; 
dau. of W. F. Reynolds. Esq., of Girshalton House,, 
Surrey; b. 1826; m. 1818 Richenda Louisa, dau. of 
Samuel Gurney, Esq., of Upton House, Essex, and has, 
with other issue, 

• Hugh Gurney, h. 1851. 
Mr. Barclay, who is a J.P. and D.L. for E^scx. repre- 
sents a collateral branch of the Barclays of L'rie, now- 
represented by Arthur K. Barclay, Esq., of Bury Hill, 
Surrey. — Walthamstow, Essex. 

BARCLAY, Joseph Gurnet, Esq., of Lcytoh, 
Esse*, and Higliam, StaiFoUc 
Eldest surviving; son of the late Robert Barclay, Esq., 
of Leyton, Essex (who d. 18o3), by Elizabeth, dau, of 
tho late Joseph Gurney, Esq., of Norwich ; b, 1810 ; //(. i 
1st 1812 Mary Walker, dau. of W. Leathuim, Esq., of 
Wakefield; 2nd 18,')7 Margan t, dau, of YVi 1 i iani Ex'ton, 
Esq., of Hitehin, Herts, and has, by the former, with j 
other issue, 

• Robert, b. 1R13. 
Mr. Barclay is a Banker in London. This family U n 
younger branch of the llnrclays of Urie. — [si/ton, f.V.vi.r; 
Higliam, fladfoigh, $hl{f1ot'k ; limit PnlftaM, Iludhiim, 

Herts ; 01, Loud'ard Street, B.C. 

BARCLAY, Mrs., of Wav.crtreo Lodge, Lancn- 

sliire. 

Sarah, dau. of Henry Peters, E*q.,of Betchwortll tVtle. 

Surrey; m. 1820 Thomas Bvockhurst Barclay, Lcq.. ol 
Wivvprtrce Lodge, who tvus a Magistrate tor ro, Luii- 
cotter, And who d. 180(1. — Waiter tree Lodge, Liwrj-iKtl. 

BARCLAY-ALL \K DICK. RoniUiT, Km\., lair 
of Allardicti, Kincavtlineshirc, 

Only son of M.iiL' in t. sole hoir anil child of the IhJ«" 
Robert Barclay •Allafd ice, Esq., of Allardieo and In, 
(who d. 1864), by Samuel, Ion of — Ritchie, Esq.; >>. 
18H. Is a Lieut. 03rd Regt., and claimant "I c i >rl- 
doiVil of Airth, Manteth, and Strntncrn, in Ihe IVefngc 
of Scotland, 

BARCLAY-STEUART. (Boo Si, utirt » 

BARDSLEY, Sir Jami 9 Lomax, M l> . Kill (cr 
Ik:.:!). 

•Second 1011 of the late Edward It ml b \. B« |. ! 8 IMI , 
M. Iftw) Mary, dim. of Lieut. Ilruill, L N . and widow 
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MILIES OF - t B-tr 

of the Rev. R. H. Shuttleworth. Educated at Edit I .. 
University; is J.P. and D.L. for co. Lanca- 
Senior Consulting Physician to Manchester 1. IS 

— The Orchard, Grecnheys, Lancashire ; Chatha.n a, ,-. 
Manchester. 

3ARHAM, the Rev. Charles Henry, ofTrec-.vr.. 
Pembrokeshire. 
Youngest son of the late Joseph Foster Barham. ]'■ 
M.P. for Stoekbridge, Hants, by Lady Caroline, , . 
Si'ickvitle, 9th Earl of ThanetVexU"; b. 1808; m, I 
1836 Elizabeth M iria, dau. cf William Boyd Inco. K 
of Ince, co. Lancaster;' 2nd 1S63 Ellen Catharine, 
of Edward T. Massy, Esq.. of Cottesmore, co. Pembr 
Educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford; is a Magistrate for 
Pembroke and Westmoreland ; was formerly Re • 
Banning, in Kent, and of Kirkby Thore. WestmoT 
was M.P. for Appleby, May-Xov., 1832. Mr. Ba 
is 38th in direct descent from Rollo, 1st Duke of Nor- 
mandy, and 16th from Edward HI. — Trecv.n, Ha - 
ford west ; Arthur's Club, s.w. 

BARING, the Hon. and Rev. Frederick, Ash 
Grove, Kent, and Lanaham Hall, Essex. 
Third son of Alexander, 1st Lord Ashburton, by Ann 
dau. of the late William Bincrham. Esq., of Philadel- 
phia, U.S. ; b. 1S06 ; m. 1831 Frederica MaryCathei 
3rd dau. of John Ashton, Esq., of the Grange, i 
Chester, but has no surviving issue. Mr. Baring, wi 
was educated at Eton and Ch. Coll.. Cambridge (LL.l! 
1 830), is a Magistrate for Kent .Wilts, and Hants ; he w |. 
Lector of Itchen Stoke, Hants. 1330-11. — Ash Or. 
Sevenoal.s, Kent ; Lane/ham Hall, Dcdham, Colchester, 
Travellers Club, s.w. ; 9, Grosvinor Crescent, s.w. 

BARIXG, Henry Bingham, Esq. 

Eldest son of the late Hcnrv Baring, Esq. (who J. 
1818), by Maria Matilda, flail, of William Bingham 
Esq., of Philadelphia. U.S., and cousin of William, 2lul 
Lord Ashburton; b. 1804; in. 1st 1827 Augusta, dan. 
of the 6th Karl of Cardigan (she d. 1853) ; 2nd 18-*il 
Mdile. Mario dc Martinotf. Educated at Ch. Ch.. Ox- 
ford (15. A. 182-Vi; was a Lord of the Treasury un< 
sir R. Peel's Government ; was M P. for CaUineton 
L8!ll-2; has sat tor Marlborough since that tinu 

— White's and Travellers' Clubs; 36, Wilton Place, s.w 

+ BARING, John, Est}., of Oakwood, Sussex. 

Third sttn of the late Sir Thomas Baring, Bart., by 
Miry ITriultt, d.\u. of the late Charles Scaler, Esq., 
and liwiVher of l-'nuicin, l^t Lord Nortlibrook; I. IS -' 
>i>. 1812 Charlotte Amelia, elder dau. of the Rev, 
George Uupri- Poreher ( she d, 1 8 tr,). U Magistrat< 
for Sn>-<, x. and a Merchant in the City of London 

— Oahivod, Chichisfer. 

n.VlUN'G, THOMAS. Esq., of Norman's Court. 
Itairts 

Second son of tho latf Sir Thomas Having, Bart.. M l' 
of Stmt toll Park. Hants, by Mnrv Ursula, eldest dai 
of I he late Charles 8e»iley. Esq , of Calettlta : b. 18011 
1- htOlIdd ni Win.liestcr; is a Merchant in London. » 
hi rector of the Hunk of England, nnd a J.P. and D.l. 
for Middl. aiul for Loudon; has bfttlt M P. fi* 

lihiiitingriuD since 1844.— -Kofmnn't Court, StocAlridj'. 
Hint* { 41, <;>/><r GtOSVthtr Street, \\. 

IM'HAM. Esq., of Cronior. 

Nor I oik. 

Poll of tho Into Henry Baring. Estji (BMtl brother of 

ti e Kt Irord Affhhuitnn), by hm 2nd vrifoCceilia \\ 

dau. of th^ lato \ ice- Admiral William Windham, 
"i tVlbrim; b. 1028; n, 1802 Solim liarban. >•••"•• 

rsl dau , of the lnt« Hon M.ror < Jeii. i .il Sir Ff dW * 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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U.Pomonby. Educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1817); 
i, a Magistrate for Norfolk.- — The Manor Hume, 
Cro.ncr, Norfolk. 

BARING. 

(See under Ashburton, Lord, and Xorthbrool; Lord.) 

BARING-GOULD, Edward, Esq., of Lew 
Trenchard, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late William Baring (''who assumed) 
t'ie additional name of Gould, on becomingthe heir of 
\V. Brake Gould, Esq., of Lew Trenchard), by Biana 
Amelia, dau. of Joseph Sabine, Esq. ; ft. 1804 ; s. 184G; 
m. 1st 1832 Sophia Charlotte; dau. of Admiral Bond 
(she d. 1863); 2nd 1865 Lavinia Mary, dau. of Thos. j 
Snow, Esq., of Franklyn, Devon, and widow of Gapt. 
E. Marshall, B.N. ; he has by the former, with other ! 
issue, 

• Sabine, in Holy Orders, B.A. of Clare Hall, Cambridge; 
6. 1834. 

Mr. Baring Gould, who was educated at the East India 
Military Coll., Addiscombe, and was formerly in thp 
Madras Lisrht Cavalry, is a J. P. and D.L. for Devon. 
This family have been settled in Devon since the 14th 
century. — Lew Ikmchard, Lewdown, D^von. 

BARKER, George, Esq., of Sfcanlake Park, 
Berks. 

Fourth son of Thomas Barker, Esq., of Springfield 
House, Smethwick, co. Stafford (who d. 1809); ft. 1795 ; 
m. 1829 Emma Sophia, eldest dau. of Frederick George 
Preseott, Esq., of Theobald's Park, Herts, and has, with 
other issue, 

• George William, b. 18"'.!. Educated at Rugby and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1857 ; is a 
JIaK'*trate for Berks. He served as an Ofllcer of the Berks 
Militia at Corfu, during the Crimean war. 

Mr. Barker, who was educated atRugby, is a Magistrate 
for Berks (High Sheriff 1 850), and Patron of 1 living. 
This family is a branch of the Barkers of Fairford, co. 
Gloucester, who were in the early part of the 16th 
century Merchants at Bristol, and seated at Fairford 
before the time of Queen Elizabeth. The more imme- 
diate ancestors of Thomas Barker were seated from the 
17lh century at Claverley, co. Salop.— Stanlakc Park, 

I v ijfo rd, Hi rks . 

BARKER, GeoRGF! Jones, Esq., of Albrighton 
Hall, Staffordshire, 

Eldest son of the late John Barker, Esq. (who was 

II 'gh Shex'HF of co. Stafford in 1800), h\ Tl losia, 

■uiljf dau. of George Jones, Esq , of Shackerley, co. 
ifolopj ft. 1825; s. 1H '2 ; m. 1851 Sam, younger dau. 
of J. lines CunlifFe, Esq., Banker of London, Is a 
J. P. and D.L. for co &t>M>rd.—AHri ; //t.'o>i Hall, Wol- 
verhampton; teuton's Hotel, St. James's Strict, s.w. ; 
!!■ form C! ub, s.w. 

UATUvER, John, Esq., of Chirr Priory, Suffolk. 

Kldesl Don of the late John Barker, Esq., of Clare 
P'i..rv (It ,\. „f Oh. Oil., Cambridge^, by Ocorginna, 
d in. mid co-heir of Col. Weston of Slmdowbitfh, Suf- 
folk; ft. ls.cj. Educated Hi Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
'•I A. I s.,7, M.A.1860); is C«pt. \V*. Essex Militia. 
~lhr Pri,,ry, C/arr, Siitl'„lk ; National Club, s.w. 

""m l '''* l,rol,10r <!, '" r '-' < ' Wfcbfi Hajor 04th Uc»ft.; b. 

1 HARKER, John Hi \ky, Esq., of East Lodgo, 
hi«rbynhiro, 

••' ><"d'iit Ch, Ch., Oxford (B A. 1829, M A. 1S.1H; 
■[ ' I «■> t|„> It ir lit Lincoln'* Inn 1884, and went the 
Millnnil Circuit. 1m „ J. P. and D.L. lor co. Derby, 
*' J a (stipendiary PoVao MngUtmte for London! 
t ot /,,fy, Ihihwdl, thrhynKiH, 



BARKER, Juslph Chambfelai>-, Esq., of Mutt i- 
more House, Lincolnshire. 
Eldest son of the late Joseph Barker. Esq., of II oil i - 
co. Lincoln (who d. 1837), by Elizabeth, dau. -.i 
William Chamberlain, Est., of Holbeach; ft, is g 
m. 1831 Susan, dau. of Johu Dow Chamberlain, \- i ' 
of Needham House, Elm, and by her (who d. 1806) 
has, with other issue, 

* Joseph Hurton,6. 1841 ; m. 1S6 1 Sarah llcbecca, dan. of the 
late Thomas Aveling. E q.. of March, co. Cambridge aii 1 
has issue * Joseph Hurton Aveling. b. 1805. 

Mr Barker is a J. P.' and D.L. for co. Lincoln (Hol- 
land Division), and Lord of the Manor of Blanches, 
alias Branches, Fleet.—* Mattimore House, Ho'.beach, 
Lincohisliire. 

BARKER, William PONSOXBY-, Esq., of 
Kilcooly Abbey, co. Tipperary-. 
Eldest son of the late Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby, 
Esq., of Kilcooly Abbey (who assumed the name of 
Barker in 1818, having succeeded to the estates of hid 
uncle, the late Sir William Barker, Bart.), by Henrietta, 
eldest dau. of the 1st Earl of Bective ; ft. 1795; 5.1834; 
■m. 1810 Elizabeth Selina. 4th dau. of the late Hon. and 
Eight Bev. William Bishop Kuox, Lord Bishop of 
Derry. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Tipperary (High 
Sheriff 1844) ; was High Sheriff for co. Kilkenny 1824. 
This family is descended from a common ancestor with 
tho Earl of Bessborough. — Kilcooly AbUy, Johnstown, 
co. Tipperary. 

J/eir Pres., his brother. Chamhre Brabazon. formerly Cnpt. 
8th Hussars ; b. 1709 ; m. 1S34 M-ury, dau. o£ the iate Col. 
Latouchc (she d. 1810). 



-BARKER, Thomas, 
Staffordshire. 

Is a J.P. and D.L. for 

Wolverhampton. 



Esq., of The Birches, 
co. Stafford. — The Birch s, 



BARKER, "William Oliver, Esq., of Stirling, 
co. Month. 

Eldest sou of the late Eicha"d Barker, Esq., of Stirling, 
by Mary, dau. of Francis McFailane, Esq., of Hunts- 
town, CO. Dublin ; A. 1818 : 1853 : M. 1861 Charlotte, 
eldest dau. of Henry Mills, Esq., anil prnnd-dau of 
Samuel Mills, Esq.. of Turnings, co. Kildare. Mr. 
Barker, who was educated at Trinitv Coll.. Dublin 
(B.A. 1841, M.D.lsm. represents a family who settled 
in Ireland from Berkshire at tin' time of the Common- 
wealth, and obtained grants of land in co. Meatll from 
Charles II. Mr. Barker is HMh indirect descent from 
E lward 1., being lineally descended from Edmund at 
Woodstock, his 2nd son. by MaTgarot, dan. of Philip 111. 
of France. — Stirling, Dunbjyne,co. Mtath ; 6, Garaiurr't 
How, Dublin. 

BARKER. (Stt Darling-Barker.) 

BARKER, of Filirford. (See RaymonJ-Barktr ) 

BARKER-MI I.E. (Sec Mill.) 

BARKLY, Sir Henry, km . K CH. (or. 1858) 

Only son of the lato .Eneas Harklv. V.->\ . M. i Innt. of 

London; ft. I8l. r >: m, 1st 1840 Etintoth Ellen, ind 
dnu. of the bite J. P. Tiinin«, Esq., Of • 1 1 1 1 1 i • 1 1 Ifottm, 
\ldenham, Ilcrln (die d, 18&7); 2nd IMO Vnno Maria, 
nnlv dan. of Miyur-.Gcni ml Sir Thomas. Simoon Pr.itt, 
K.C.H. Educated «t Bruce C»-tle. Tottenham . wns 
Governor of Hnti-li Guiana 1849-.V1, of Jamaica 
1 H.»:i— ; of Victoria L8*>0-»08 : appoftnlwl Governor of 
the Mnuritlui 1809 , wns M P. for Lcomtntttc isi.s-'.' 

GopffflfflMt llotifr. AnfHrift'lM; HiWnw «inii CWft* 

ion cinlt, s w. 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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BARLOW, Sir MoRfsox, Bart. (cr. 1803). 

Third but only surviving son of the late Sir EoLert : 
Barlow, Bart, (who was one of the Judges of the j 
Native Supreme Court at Calcutta), by Augusta Louisa, , 
dan. of Major- General Seymour, It. A. ; b. 1.S35 ; Si as 
3rd Bart. 1857. Is Capt. Zth Hussars, late Capt. 88th \ 
Foot, and formerly Capt. 4th Bengal European Light' 
Caralry; was present at the siege and taking of Luck- 
now. The 1st Bart, was Governor-General of India 
1805-6.— Calcutta. 

Heir Pres., his cousin BicliarJ Wellodfey, son of . the late 
Richard WMlesley Barlow, K<q„ II.E.I.C. Civil Service, (ith 
son o£ Sir George Ililaro Barlow, 1st E.irt. ; 0. ls,;C; m. 
ISfiO Annie Catherine, Jan. of the Rev. Dr.- 'Whiteside, 
Rector of Scarborough, and has, with other issue, » ililaro 
William Wellcsley, 0. 1861. 

BARLOW, Arthur Pratt, Esq., of Taplow, 
Bucks. 

Son of the late Frederick Pratt Barlow, Esq., of 
Kensington, by Harriot, Katherine, dau. of Thomas 
Hasker, Esq.; b. 1823; m. 1859 Marie, dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Arthur Powys.f Is a (.'apt. in the Royal | 
Berks Militia. — Wdlbank, Taplow, Maidcnh. ad ; Junior 
Carlton Club, s.w. 



Frederick, of Hasketon, 



BARLOW, Capt, 
Suffolk. 

Son of the late Rev. G. F. Barlow, Rector of Burgh, 
and Sotterly, Suffolk, by Harriet, dau. of "William 
Mount, Esq., of Waging Place, Berks; h. 1823; m. 
1851 Cordelia, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Maude, Rector 
of Hasketon (formerly of Burloy Hall, eo. York), and 
has, with other issue, 

• Eustace, b. 18i5. 
Mr. Barlow is a Capt. in the Suffolk Militia Artillery. 
This family was formerly of Middlethorp, co. York. 
— The Shrubbery, Husk, ton, Woodbridgc ; Junior United 
Service Club, s.w. 

BARNARD, Lady. 

Isabella Letitia, dau. of General J. 0. Craufurd ; m. 
1828 Major-General Sir Henry William Barnard, 
K.C.B., who d. in India 1857, leaving issue.— The 
Palace, Hampton Court, s.w. 



1S31 Maria, dau. of Joseph Hi^ainson, Esq., of Tewkes- 
bury, and has, with other issue, 

1 Christopher John. Major 4th W. I. Regt. ; b. 1S33; m. 1-,:; 
Elizabeth, dau. of Colonel Nesbitt (she d. IStiT). 

Mr. Barnard, who was educated at Rugby, is a Magis- 
trate for eo. Gloucester, Lord of the Manors of Wluie- 
field and Xo clitle. ami Impropriator of the living of 
Deerhurst. — Notclijffls House and Whitefic'd Court, 
T ukesLury ; LnperialClub,CheUcnhain ; 29, St. George's 
Square, svw. 

BARNARD, the Rev. Mordadxt, of Little 
Bardfield, Essex. - 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Thomas Barnard, Vicar of 
Great Amwell, Herts, by Everilda. 2nd dau. of the lato 
Sir Mordaunt Martin, Bart., of Bnrnham, Norfolk: 6, 
1795; in. 1820 Margaret Louisa Maria, dau. of Major 
Thomas Bolton, lute of the E.I.C.S., and has, with other 
issue, 

* >lV>rdannt Rnper. in TTolv Orders, educated at the Charter 
Hons-, aud B.A.of Christ's Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1828. 

Mr. Barnard, who was educated at the Charterhouse 
and Christ's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1817, M.A. 1833), 
is a Magistrate for Essex, Rector of Little Bardfield, 
and Vicar of Great Amwell, Herts, and Patron of those 
2 livings. — Little Bardfield, Braintrce, Essex. 

BARNARD, Talbot, Esq., of Kempston Hoo, 
Beds. 

i Son of the late Talbot Barnard, Esq., of Kempston 
Hoo ia Banker of Bedford), by Mary, dau. of Nicholas 
FitzPatrick, Esq.. M.D., of Bedford; b. 1850; 1SG7. 
■ — Kempston Hoo, Bedford. 

BARNARD, Thomas, Esq., of Cople House, 
Beds. 

Younger son of the late Thomas Barnard, Esq., Banke-, 
i of Bedford, by Anne, dau. of Thomas Fisher, Esq., of 
| Cambridge ; b. 1830 ; m. 1859 Isabella Henrietta The- 
dora, youngest dau. of Henry L.rwes Lone, Esq., of 
Hampton Lodire, Surrey, and the Lady Catharine Long, 
and has, with other issue, 

• A son, b. I860. 

Mr. Barnard, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Bed", ami n 
Bankcrat Bedford, was M.P. for Bedford 1857-9.— Cop'e 
House, Bedford. 



BARNARD, Henry Gee, Esq., of Cave Castle, 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Henry Boldero Barnard, Esq., of BARNARD, Thomas, Esq., of Prestbury, Glou- 



Cave Castle, by Sarah Elizabeth, dm. and co-heiress 
of Roger (ice, Esq., of Bishop Burton; b 17"» : ■■> 
1815; m. 1 83 1 Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Henry Elliott, 
Esq. Educated at, Eton ; is Patron of 2 livings. Waa 
formerly ('apt. in the Scots Gl'eyS.— Cave Caitlc, 
Brouijh, Yorkshire; Athenawn Club, s.w. 

/Mr Prit., Mil nephew OhaHv Edward Geo, t>. 1822 ; rn. 1802 
Sophia Letitia, d'lu. of the lion. Andruw Godltej Stuart. 

BAItNARD, ILeudeut, Esq., of H im, Surrey. 

Eldest son of the late John Barnard, Esq . of l'ark 
Gute, Hum Common, by Ma y Anm . d.iu. ol I lej'bert N. 
Jarrett, E-q. ; b. 1831; m. 1854 Ellen, ami, of t he late 
William \Vyndhnm, Esq., ol Pinion House, Wilts, and 
has, witli otln r issue, 

• Herbert AVyndhnm, 6, 1BSV. 
Mr. Barnard, who WHB .dticated it Eton, in n Majis- 
trate for Surrey — l',irk Gate, //am Common, Hichiiiund, 
Surrey; Union Clllb, i.tfr, J C!», Portland Plact, w. 

BARNARD, JOSDPIT, G«q., of tfotcliffc [Tott«0, 
Gloucestershire. 

Only lUrvivillg ion of ilie Into Willi vn Birnnrd, V. q , 
of Wl.it. [field Court, I v .Mnv.d.iu of lie!, aid While. 
Esq., of llillend, co. W'uiv.mr; f>. lb"S | ■' 1820 , in. 



l s, e Pe v j .. ,,r ir.it Iwlct Oi a. 



cestershire, 

Eldi *t SUA of the late Rev. Robert Carv Barnard. Rector 
id' With, rtliold. Sntlolk. bv Elizabeth, dan. of R. dry 
V'hves. Esq . of 1-1. -worth. Middlesex: b. 1792 ■ , n . 182*2 
Christian, dau. of Thomas l'orter, Esq., of Bockbeare 
House. Devon, and has issue, 

• Thomni, b. ls.»:t. 

Mr. Barnard, who entered the Artnv in 180S, is * 
Magistrate tor Co. Cambridge. — Prestbury, Ch-ltenha.n. 

MARNAUD. (.See under U'illonghby-de-Broke, Lor.!.) 

BAR \ A K I > 1 STO N . N'xTttmBt Clarke, Esq., of 
The Ivycs, Stttr.dk 

Son of the late Naihaniel Rinmrdistnn. Esq.. of T • 
Rv,i, by Eli/a'i.dh, d.tu. of J. S. Stvl.-, E-q. ; A. 1789 . 

.«. 1837 j m. 1826 Soj.Uia, dau. ofGcorga Rolen Kvtv. 
lvq.. late of CiireuhaOl Hal!, Norfolk, and has. llilh 
other i-.sue, a son, 

• Nnthanirl. * 5rnji«tr.ile for r<x>x !>•• 1 Siiffotk • t> 1*1* : 
»i. m* I .«•!>• Plorenee, Ath a»n. .if WiiLam, 4i'h E iri .( 
mrttnonfn, and t >< i .»o. 

Mr. Bnrnurdivtnn, who «. tdmaNd at Trmu c I 
Cnmhrid* i B.A. 1810. M.A. 1821), and called to the 
Bir at t.inculn'i Inn is.:i. Ia „ Mngi*tr»te for I •- « 
and Sutb.ik, and Patron of 2 living* thii Aimilv » 

form, rly of Kodlnolun, Ibfl ndjoininn p.rish t.'i 9V 
nirdi-ton, in Sufto.k, win re ihev «.r. Igcatad lef^r* 



Bar] 



THE UJNlTJtBU iVL^ujjuivi. 



I car 



the Conquest. Two Baronetcies were created in this 
family, but both became extinct. — Tkc Ryes, Sudbury ; 
University Club, s.w. 

BARXE, Frederick, Esq., of Sotterley Hall, 
Suffolk. 

Eldest son of the late Michael Barne, Esq., many years - 
M.P. for Dunwich, by Mary, dau. of Ayscon;h Boucherett, j 
Esq., of StaUingborough, eo. Lincoln ; 6. 18U6 ; s. 18' 1 7 : 
m. 1834 Mary Anno Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the laU- 
Sir John Courtenay Honywood, Bart., and has, with 
other issue, 

• Frederick St. John Xewdigate, Lieut, and Capt. Scots 
Fusilier Guards ; b. 1S42. 

Mr. Barne, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk, and I 
Patron of 3 livings, formerly Capt. 12th Lancers, was I 
M.P. for Dunwich 1830-2.— Soiterley Hall, Wongford ; \ 
The Grey Friars, Dunwich, Yorford, Suffolk; May Place, 
Crayford, Kent. 

BARXEBY, William Hexry, Esq., of Breden- 
bury Court, Herefordshire. 
Second son of the late John Barneby, Esq., M.P., of < 
Brockhampton, co. Hereford (who d. 1816 ), by Susan, j 
eldest dau. of Henry Ehves, Esq., of Colesbourne, co. 
Gloucester, and brother of J. H. Barneby-Lutley, Esq. | 
(whom see); b. 1843 ; m. 1865 Alice Mary, 3rd dau. of 
the late Sir H. M. Hicks-Beach, Bart, and has issue, 

• Su-an Alice. 

Mr. Barneby is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford ; late 
Lieut. 58th Foot. — Bredenhiry Court, Bromyard ; Junior \ 
Carlton and Naval and Military Clubs, s.w. 

BARNEBY-LUTLEY, John H abington, Esq, of 
Brockhampton, Herefordshire. 
Eldest son of the late Jjhn Barneby, Esq., 31. P., of 
Brockhampton, by Susan, eldest dau. of Henry Ehves, 
Esq., of Colesbourne, co. Gloucester; b. 1810 ; s. 1816 ; 
m. 1864 Emily Margaret, dau. of the Hon. and Kev. 
G. G. Chetwynd-Talbot, and has issue, 

• Guendolen Emily Frances. 
Mr. Barneby-I.utlev, who was educated nt Eton and ; 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (I3.A, 1861, M.A. 186-")). is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Hereford, and Lord of the Manor of Brock- ! 
hampton ; he resumed his paternal surname of Lutley 
in addition to that of Barneby, by Royal licence, in 1864. i 
— Brockhampton,', Worcester. 

BARNES, Alfred, Esq, of Farnworth, Ln.nca-1 

si i ire, 

Only S',n of the lale George Barnes, Esq., of Farn- 
worth j b. 1881 ; «. 1852 ; m, IS.jJ Ellen, dau. of K. R. I 
I,'' Mare, Es<|., of Manchester, and has issue, 

• Hurold Allied, I. 185C. 
Mr. A. Barnes, who was educated at University Coll., 
I/mdon (Ii.A. 1S."i2), is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster. 

- -Fantworih, Bolton, 

BARNES, Thomas, Esq., M D., F.R.S.E., of 
Bunker's Hill, Cumberland, an d Tring Park, 
Herts. 

Second Hon of the late Thorns" Harm's, Esq , by Jane, 
only duu, of John Lnwton, P.nq., of Vvnitnggfees ; b 
1*03! m. 182" Ann, only dau, of John Ismay, Esq , of 
Hmckonhinds, niece ami co-hoi f of the lute win. iv>\, 
Kdq,, of TrinfT Park, Herts, aud has, with Other isSUC, 

• J"iin Heats (ot Clmrlay Wood, Riokmau*worth), » life 
Fi-irntu fur Hi-riH j b, LHi)D ; It nmrriwt mid Iim I— ue. 

I'r. Barnes, who wn» educated at Edinburgh, London, 
Had J'aris, nint graduated M I». it Edinburgh 1817, was 
»l Hnted Physician to the Carlielc Dispensary 1817. to 
IU rVvor HoMiital 1820, and to the County Infirmary 
ls >", i« « ,M igistrote for Cumberland, Lord of the 



Manors of Great Tring, &e. — Bunker's Hill, C • 
Tring Park, H rts. 

BARXES, Thomas, Esq.. of Lirnefiekl, and of 
Farnworth, Lancashire. 
Second son of the late James Rothwell Barn-s. E- | . of 
Farnworth, Magistrate forco. Lancaster, and a Mcreii ml 
at Bolton, by Elizabeth, dau. of Ro_rer Taylor, E- . 
Outwood; b. 1813; m. 1834 Ann, dau." of WiUi'uni 
Richardson, Esq., and has issue. 

• James Richardson, 6. 1849: m. 1864 Ellen, youngest dau. 
of John Cheetham, Esq., of Eastwood, co. Lancaster. 

Mr. Barnes is a Magistrate for co. Denbigh, and a .T.P. 
and D.L. for co. Lancaster, a Merchant and Maun... - 
turcr at Farnworth, and late Chairman of the L'lica- 
shire and Yorkshire Railway; he was M.P. for Bolton 
185 2-7, re-elected 1861.— Lunejleld, Farnworth, Bolton . 
The Quintet, Chirk, Denbighshire ; Reform Club, s.w. 

BARXES, William, Esq., of Great D.iryard, 
Devon. 

Only son of the late Samuel Barnes, Esc, of Exeter, 
by Juliana, eldest dau. of the late William Speke, 
Esq., of Jordans, eo. Somerset; b. 1817 ; m. 1S40 Lucy, 
dau. of Walter Long, Esq., of Preshaw House, Haut>, 
and the Lady Mary Long ; she d. ISoO, leaving, with 
other issue, 

• William, educated nt Westminster and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; 
b. 1S13. 

Mr. Barnes, who was educated at Westminster and Ch. 
Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1839. M.A. 180-Vi, is a Magistrate fa- 
Devon, and a Banker at Exeter, and Capt. Royal 1st 
Devon Yeomanry Cavalry. — Great Duri/ard, Exct r. 

BARXES. (Sec Pembcrlon-Barncs.) 

BARXETT, Charles, Esq., of Stratton Park, 
Beds. 

Eldest son of the late Major-General Barnctt, of 
Stratton Park, by Harriett, eldest dau. of Admiral Sir 
R. King, Bart., of Bellevue. Kent ; b. 1700 ; S. 1801; 
m. 1826 Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of the late Sir Poter 
Payne, B:irt, of Blunhum House, Beds, by wdiom he 
has, with other issue, 

• Charles Fitxroy, late Capt. Mth Itegt.; 1830; m. IBS* 
Lucy Jane, only child of tho late Lieut. -Col. Gregory. 

Mr. Barnett, who was educate 1 at Etnninnucl Coll . 
Cambridge, is a Magistrate for Beds (High Sheriff 
1821). This family came to Stratton in 1761, the 
estates having been purchased by the trustees of 
Admiral Curti- Barn, tt from the heir of Sir J. Cotton. 
Bart. — Stratton Park, BigrjtcsxCOth. 

BAJBNETT, Charles Jambs, Esq., of Clicltcn 
ham, ( ! louccstcvshirfi. 

Eldest son of the late James Barnctt, Esq., of Stratton 
Tark, Bedfordshire, formerly M.P. for Rochester; h. 
180(1; m. 2830 Sabine Louisa, dau. of Sir William 
Curtis, Bart., and ha«, with other issue, 

• Charles Jam. dpt. loth Reut. : *. 1810; m. lSfi."> lUm. 
dau. ot — Moi kel, KsO., "f the Cft|ie of (.;o,>,l Hope. 

Mr, Burnett, who i« a J.P. and D.L. for Gloucestershire, 

was M.P. for Maid-tone 1 H.tO-t and I S.\2- i. — ]'■> • 

Hill L<tun, Cheltenham, Brook*'* and Unto* Out*. >.«. 

BARNETT, Georoe Hrnbt, Esq., ofGljmptoii 
I'urk. Oxlbi\lshire. 
Eldest son of the late Benjamin BnracU, of 

Blake Hall. E--e\ l who d. 180'it, bj AVICC, dau. of Mr 
George Wheate, Bart : ft, 17-«' ; jsoj LlicsMh, 
dau. of the Into Stratford Canning, K«q. of London, 
Merchant, and si<4. r of VifCOUAl Mrattoni dfl Rtddiffc, 
an I has, with other i« ue, 

• ll. iiry, J.r. Bud H.I.. for Oinn, M P. I<»1 \V.,<»»«t.vV. Srot 
Uajor 0\f,M,l-iiirr ^.-vimnix t »\«lr\ ; >< 1-1 H; m 1- * 

l miiy Ahne,dan of .toim HnktMn, ol 0Ni8*tU>ii. 



Ox* 1 !!, And h.i.« Irt^un. 



II 



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Mr. G. Hi Burnett, who.'syus educated at Eton, is a| 
J. P. and D.L. f^r Oxon, Lord of the Manor of Glymp- j 
ton, and Patron of 1 li\ i ny : and was formerly a Bankcjr 
in London. — Glymplon Park, Woodstock; Arthur t 
Club, 8.-W. ; 42, Wilton, Crescent, s.w. 

BARXEWALL, .Sir Reginald Aylmek John de ' 
Baexeyal, Bart., of Cauccstown, co. Meath i 
(cr. 1622). 

Only son of the late Sir Aylmer John Barnewall, Part., j 
by Esmy Mary, dan. of Christopher Barnewall, Esq., 
of Mead>to\vn, eo. Meath ; b. 1838 : s. as 8th Bart.lS38. 
Educated at the R. Catholic University. Dublin; de- | 
seended from a common ancestor with Lord Trimleston. 
This family was formerly seated at Crickstown Castle, j 
co. Meath, which estate they lost in the eauso of 
Charles I. — Caucestown, Athbo>j,co. Meath; Shelbourne] 
Hotel, Dublin. 

Heir Pres., his cousin John, b. 1825. 

BARNEWALL, Richard, Esq., of Bloomsberry, 
co. Meath. 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Barnewall, Esq., of 
Bloomsberry, by Margaret, dan. of Thomas Everard, 
Esq., of RandaMstown, co. Meath ; b. 1821; s. 1S.">2; 
m. 1815 Helena Maria, youngest dan. of Charles Whyte 
Roche, Esq., of co. Limerick. Educated at Prior P.irk 
Coll., Path ; is a Magistrate for co. Meath. — Blooms- 
berry, Kelts, co. Meath. 

Heir Pres., his brother Thomas, b. 1824. 

BARNEWALL. (- a ee under Trimhston, Lord.) 

BARNS. (See Graham-Barns.) 

BARNSTON, William, Esq., of Crewe Hill, 
Cheshire. 

Younger and only surviving son of the late Rocer H. 
Barnston, Esq., of Crewe Hill (who el. 1819), by Selina 
Martha, dan. of W. M. Thackeray, Esq. ; b. 1832 ; s. his 
brother 18,37 ; m. 18.">9 Mary Emma, dau. of Col. King, 
K.H., and has surviving issue, 

• Mary ami Charlotte. 

Mr. Barnston is a Magistrate for co. Chester. Lord of 
the Manor of Farndon, and a Major in tho Army, 
retired; late Major o,3th Foot. — Crave Hill, Farndon, 
Chester. 

BARNWELL, (lie Rev. ChaRlES Barnwell, of 
Mileham, Novfoltc. 

Son of the late John Herring, Esq., Alderman of Nor- 
wich, by Catherine, onlj dnvi. and heir of John Harn- 
well, Esq., of Ahh ham (whose naino he usMimcd by 
Royal lie-lire); 1800; m. 1829 Sophia, dan. of 
George T. Wyndhum, Esq., of Cromer Hall, Norfolk, 
and has issue, 

• Ehavlcfl Wyndliam, b. 183ft ; m. lsr.G Alice Anno, only child 
of the late Col. Skinner, 11. 

Mr. Barnwell, who was educated at Cains Coll., Cam- 
bridge (li. A. 18:23), and was instituted in the [{i :tory 
of Mihham is :!.'•. n a M id i .j,, for Norfolk, Patron 
of the living of Mileham, and Lord of the Manors of 
Mileham an I Rciaton. Mihham, Suaffharft, 

•j-.BARRATT, James, Emj., f L-ymm Hall, 

Lancashire. 

Son of the late Junies IJiirrntt, K <q , of K-r. il, near Man- 
oheitor (who d, 180C) ; b. isi ; „,. 1 8(ll) Sarah Hester, 
youngest dau. of tho lute Thomas Eirnahaw 'fidswell, 
Ksq., of Wellington, en. (..'hester. I» Lord of tho 
Mnnorof Lfytfim, 'i^/fiim Hall. UxirriUff(oH\ 

BARRETT, John Basil, Esq., of Milton House, 
Berks, 

Eldest don of the Into John Hi, hard Tlarrott. !*«,., of 
Milton IloUSe, l,y VIill'tllH, dun. of the late Charles 



Xorrington, Esq.; b. ISIS; s. 1813; m. 1S61 Eilfii. 
dau. of John Box, Esq., of Abingdon, Berks, and 1. ... 
with other issue, 

* Jo'an Basil Joseph, b. 1?65. 

Mr. Barrett, who was educated at Oscott Coll., is i 
Magistrate for Bt-rks, and Lord of the Manor ctl 
Milton. — Milton House, Abingdon. 

BARRETT, Jonx Edward. Esq., of Carriga- 
ness, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of the late Edward Barrett. Es}., by Marv 
Anne, dau. of James Barry, Esq., of Kilbarry: h. 1823 
5. 1813: m. IS06 Katherine. dau. of William O'Sullivan. 
Esq., of Carriganess Castle. Educated at Clougowe- 
Coll. ; is a Magistrate for co. Cork ; represents an 
ancient English family settled in Ireland since tho 
12th century; they were the owners of the Barony nl 
Bairetts, having two principal residences there, viz., 
Ballincollig Castle and Castlemore. William Barrett, 
of Castlemore, was created a Baronet 1665 (title no'.r 
ext.). The estates of the family were forfeited at tho 
Revolution.— Carriganess Cattle, Bantry, co. Cork. 

BARRETT, the Rev. Tufnell Samuel, of Court 
Lodge, Kent. 
Eldest son of the late Tufnell C. Barrett, Esq , of 
Court Lodsce, by Mary Anne, dau. of the late Benjamin 
O'Ncil Hughes, Esq., of Hill Town, co. Wexford ; b. 
1833; s. 18oG; m. 1857 Louisa, dau. of Frederic 
Cowper, Esq., of Carleton .Hall, near Penrith, and has. 
with other issue, 

* Tr.fnell Cowper Allistou, b. 1S-V7. 

Mr. Barrett, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford 
(B.A. 1856, M.A. 18.39), took Holy Orders 1S.37. 
— Court Lidge, Skorne, near Graeesend, Kent; Barrow- 
in -Fit. rness, La n cash ire. 

BARRINGTON, Viscount ( 'George William 
Keppel Baerixgtox). — Cr. 1720. 
Eldest son of William, 6th Viscount, by the Hon. Jauc 
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Thomas, 1st Lord Ravensworth; 
b. 1821; s. 1867. Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford; is a J.P. and D.L. for Berks; late Lieut. 
Royal Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry; was M.P. for Eye 
Isr.0-7. This family exchanged their name of Shute 
for ti nt of Harrington, by Royal licence, about the year 
1700.- — B>ck>tt House, near Slrircnhain, Berks ; Carl- 
to 1 Club, s.w. ; 19, Hertford Street, w. 

Heir Pltl.,\\\i brother Terry (of Wo«tbUTy Manor. BrarklcyV 
Educated at E»on ; a Dep. -Lieut, for O\on and n Magistrate 
for cos. Northampton and lan k? (High Sheriff 1604) ; 
Lord of the Mati n- of WcslbtMy, and latron of that 
living-. Li' at. -Col. Backs Utile Volunteers; late Ca,a. 
Oxford Militia; formerly Mont.. RitV Hrlpado a-id 'til— • 
qucntly Lieut. Scot* l-'iiMlii'r 'iuatds; b. IjiSj in. 1M"> 
IjO.Uistt, only IlirvlVhig ohlld of the late Tnllv Hlpsiiis. 
Ksq., and has, with other issue, * Walter Bidkcley, ft. ISI^. 

BARR1NC-TOX, the Hon. and Uev. Lowtiier 
John. 

Sixth son of Oeoriro. 5tli Viscount nirrinsrton. by Rli^.i- 
beih. 2nd dnu. of Robert Attn it; Ksq., a. 1805; *.;. 1837 
Lady Catherine Georgian, ilau. of the 2nd Earl of 
Chiehester, and has, with Otlicf isSUO, 

* )tti«s 11 II. my.'.. I (MO, 

Mr. Harrington, who was . du.-ate.l nt Pru-I Coll.. 
Oxford (B.A. 1S2.">, M.A. Wi'a), is, Krgistrsir of the 
EccloBiuBtica) Court. Durhutn . «a-. appointed Rcotoi "t 
West Tytliei lev, ll.mts. IR39; of Wllttnn 1S..O. — W.nt. n 
til 1 toiy. He. 'lord. 

RAUUINV.TOX. Sir William IIvlh^w. Bail.. 

D| QlcilStoJ, OO, l.imi i ii k t t r. 1 >. 1 1 ) . 
Eldest «iin of the IlltO Sir Mittli.w Ittrrinirt.in Hurt . 

of Lttnrrtck (who xtM Crown Solicitor for Munntcr 
1832-01). by Charlotte, dm. of William Unrtignn, E« 1 . 
of Dublin: Ifllii *. ns ;ir.| Burt, ist>i . » |».)8 
Kliwibeth Olivia, dau, of ||, Darlej, l'~i 1- .» J.I' 



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• incl D.L. for co. Limerick, of which he has beea High I 

Sheriff. — Glenstal, Murroe, co. Limerick. 

Heir Pres., his brother Croker, b. IS 17 ; m. 1813 Anna, dan. 
of the late John Beattie West, Esq.. some time M.P. for 1 
Dunlin, and ha3, with other issue, "Charles Burton, b. 
1848. 

BARRON, Sir Henry Winston, Bart,, of Barron 
Court, co. Water ford (cr. 1841). 
Eldest sou of the late Pierce Barron, Esq., of Balineal, ; 
co. Waterford, by Anna, dau. of Henry Winston, Esq. ; ! 
b. l"'Jd; m. 1st 1822 Anna Leigh Grey, dau. of the 
late Sir Gregory Page Turner, Bart, (she d. 1852) ; 2nd 
1863 Augusta Anno, youngest dau. of the late Lord 
Charles Somerset. Educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin ; j 
is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Waterford (High Sheriff 
1857); was M.P. for Waterford 1832-52, re-elected 
1865. This family are descendants of the ancient and 
noble Irish House of Desmond, whose estates were 
confiscated by Cromwell. — Barron Court, Waterford ; 
Glenanna, Dungftrtiart, Ireland; 2, Ha/kin Street, s.w. 
Heir, his son Henry Page Turner, Secretary to the British 
Embassy ab Constantinople ; 6. ISl'G. 

BARRON, Pierse George, of Carrig Barron, 
co. Waterford. 
Only surviving child of the late John Barron, Esq., 
by Mary, dau. and heiress of Pierse Barron, Esq., of 
Georgestown, co. Waterford, and Carrig Barron ; b. 
1793; s. 1797; m. 1815 Katherine Elizabeth, eldest 
dau. of Cornelius Bolton, Esq., of Faithleggo, co. 
Waterford, M.P., by Eliza, his wife, 2nd dau. of 
Charles MaeDonnell, Esq., of New Hall and Slilker, 
co. Clare. Appointed .Resident Magistrate of co. Lime- 
rick in 1839; is a J. P. and D.L. for co. AVaterford 
(High Sheriff 1 835).— Carrig Barron, Waterford ; 74, 
Gtorge Street, Limerick ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BARRON, Pierse Marcus, Esq.,. of Glenvievv, 
co. Waterford. 
Eldest sou of the late William Barron, Esq., of Cadiz, 
and of Carrig Barron, co. Waterford, by Margarita, 
dau. of — Power, Esq.; b. 1808; tit. 1825 Catherine 
Luciuda, dau. of Lawrence Crowe, Esq., of St. Stephen's 
Green, Dublin, and lias, with other issue, 

• Pierse Laurence, b. 1827, 
Mr. Barron is a Magistrate and Grand Juror of co. 
Waterford (High Sheriff I868),a Governor of the County 
Asylum, and Lord of the Manor of Glenview. This 
family belongs to the eldest brunch of the ancient family 
'if UiliTOn, — Glrwicw, near Watirfird ; Belmont Park, 
Perri/bank, en. Waterford; 102,' St. Stephen's Green 
Sui/t/t, Dublin. 

BAH RON, William Nkwlll, Esq., of Kin-hill 
House. Downshire. 
oungest son of the late Pe rso Barron, Esq., I>\- Mary 
Anne, dau. of Henry Winston, Esq., of I'Vthnrd, co. 
lippprary, and only surviving brother of Sir Henry 
Winston Barron, Part.; b. lh'ij; m. 1831 .Marv Frances 

St. John Newell, dim. and co-heir of dipt. John 
Novell,* M.S., of Kinghill House, co. Down, and has 

iwue, 

" Til iso Uarron No well, t>. 18.11. 

Mr. Barron, who was educated at Paris, and at Trinity 
Coll., Dublin, and was called to the Irish Car 1830, i* 
» Magistrate for co. Down; was appointed Chairman 
Of Quarter Sessions of King's Co. 1841. — Kinghill 
Iththflrttond DvWtukire; Stephen' t Green Club, 
; 35, Fituwilliam Sjtnre, Dublin. 

MAllROW; Sir (li'OKi.K, Hart. (cr. Is:;:.). 

l.lT-t son uf the late Sir John IWrrow, Hart, (many 
JcArs S.orctary of the Admiralty), by Mary, dm. ol 

I n I - ' etl"nmn'< uran.Ifnther. .tnlni Npmi-11. Btq,, WM (iovor- 
I r «1 11 , «,„ u , fount y In will li tin nm ejtor, cWPIlded f"'in the 

"*• ""' 1 -'vx, p <r . hunt] large «-utc«, a.d. 1401, 



Peter John Trilter, Esq., of Cape of Good H • h 
1806; s. as 2nd Bart. 1348; m. 1832 Rosamond, .. 
of William Peunell, Esq., and adopted dau. ot :.. . ,• 
Right Hou. J. W. Crokcr. Educated at the Charter- 
house; is a Senior Clerk in the Colonial (':::•.• 
— At/unteum Club, s.w.; Ulcerstone Lvdge, Additun 
Road, Kensington, vr. 

Heir, his son John Croker, 6. 1833; m. 1S07 Eniilv Jslp. 
eldest dau. of rbe late James Xiichaniel Merriinan, Lit;., of 
Kensington Square, London. 

+ BARROW, Richard Bridgeman, Esq., of 
Sydnope Hall, Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Barrow, of South- 
well, Notts, by Mary, dau. of George Hodtrkinson, 
Esq. ; b. 1787 ; m. 18 — Sarah, dau. of Mr. Smith (sho 
d. 18GG1. Is a Magistrate for co. Derby. — Sgdnope 
Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire. 

BARROW, William Hodgsox, Esq., of South- 
well, Xotts. 
Second son of the late Rev. Richard Barrow, by Mary, 
dau. of the late George Hodgkinson, Esq.. of Southwell, 
Notts ; b. 1784 : s. 1807. Is a J.P. and D.L. for Notts 
(High Sheriff 1845); has been M.P. for S. Notts since 
1817. — Southwell , Nottinghamshire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 
35, Westbourne Terrace, W. 

BARROWS, Lieut.-Col. William, of Hagley, 

Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of the late William B arrows, Esq., of Hag- 
ley, by Martha, dau. of Thomas Hill, Esq., of co. Staf- 
ford; b. 1825 ; m. 1848 Helena, dau. of the Rev. A. U. 
Hansen, of Holstein, and has, with. other issue, 

* William Adolphus, 6. 1S.V2. 

Mr. Barrows, who is a Magistrate for co. Stafford, and 
Lieut.-Col. Staffordshire Ritle Volunteers, was formerly 
an Iron Manufacturer at Tipton. — The Birches, Hagley, 
Stourbridge. 

BARRY, Sir Redmond, Knt (cr. 1860). 

Third son of the late Major-General Henry Green 
Barry, of Ballyclough, co. Cork, by Phoebe, dau. of 
J. A. Drought, Esq., of Lettvbrnok, Kinsr's C\; 
b. 1813 ; called to the Irish Bar 1 838 . is Senior Puisne 
Judge of Victoria, and Chancellor of the University of 
Melbourne. — Melbourne, Victoria. 

BARRY, Arthujs Hugh SMITH-, Esq.,ofPota 
Island, co. Cork, and .Mtirbury Hall, 
Cheshire. 

Elder son of the lato James Hugh Smith-Barry. Esq., of 
T'ota Island and of Mai-bury Hull, by Eliza, dau. of the 
Into ShalerjOSS Jacson, Esq. ; 6. 1843 j 8.1857. Educated 
at Eton and Ch. Civ., Oxford; is a Pep. -Lieut, for CO, Cork, 
a Magistrate for Cheshire, and Lieut, in the Earl of 
Chester'.* Vronmnrv Cavalry; elected M.P. for co. Cork 
1807. This family i* R branch of the Barry?, formerly 
Earls of Barry more. — Fata bland, QnetnttOtCH, CO. Cork ; 
Marburg Null, XorlhwUh, Cheshire; St. Jiimc.-'s Club, 
s.w. 

Heir rret., hh brother .Tamp* Hugh, o. 1S4A. 

RAH IIY, Ci, aki i s- Itoiii kt. I'ijq, 

Ebb st koii of the late James Pairv, Esq., soli itor rtf 
Liu eriek. by Ellen, dun. of John PurCtll, Esq . ol 
Limerick] b, ikjj: m, 1k.>5 Kate, :inl dau. of the Int.* 
John 1'itrjerald. E«q.. of Dublin. Educated nt Trinity 
Coll., Dublin ill A. 18»5. M.A. L8631 j called (o thn 
Irish Bar 1 S I ■*< : appointed Law Adviser to Dublin 

Ctistla 1886j wm formerly tir»l Crown l*ro»ecutor for 
Dublin J elected M.l\ for Dunirarvan lt*G.>— 3. titt- 
nilliam Sqi/crr VcM, D't'.hn . 11 form Club, s.w. 

BARRY, Eowabb Robert Caclfulp, Esq., of 
Kilbolaits Castls, co. Cork. 

Eldest son of the lute Major U. V.. IWrv, fornirrlv of 

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the 6th Dragoons, bv Grace, dau. of Lieut. -Col. C;iul- ! 
feild, of Benown, co." Westmeath; b. 1828; s. 1844; 
m. lS.'jo Kate Elizabeth Mauley, dau. of Henry F. 
Cullon, Esq., of Rockvvood, co. Leitrinf. Educated at 
Trin. Coll., Dublin; i- a Magistrate for co. Cork. 1 
— Killo'anc Castle, Charlev'tlle, co. Cork. 

BARRY, Mrs., of Lota Lodge, co. Cork. 

Marie Terete, dau. of Fr.meoi - Bequinot, E-q.. of Belle- ' 
rue, Mauritius ; m. 1857 George Richard Barry, Esq., 
of Lota Lodire, who was a Merchant in London, late 
M.P. for co. Cork, and who;/. 1SG7. — Lota Ludije, Glan- 
7/iire, Cork ; 7, Pc, abridge Square, w. 

BARRY, Mi>s, of Lemlara House, co. Cork. 
Penelope, 2nd dau. of the late Srnndish Barry, Esq., 
of Lemlara (who d. 1821), by Margaret, dau. of Philip 
John Roche, p]sq., of Newcastle, co. Limerick ; s. her 
brother Garret Standish Barry, Esq. (w!io was formerly 
M.P. for co. Cork) 1S64. This family went over to 
Ireland with Strongbow, and have been in possession 
of their property in that county since the invasion of 
Henry II. ; they have adh red to the Roman Catholic 
Faith through all vicissitudes. — Lemlara House, Car- 
rigtuohill, co. Cork. 

Heir Pres., her sister Anne. 



BARR Y, James, Esq., of BaUyclough, co. Cork, j 
and Mocollop, co. Watevford. 
Eldest son of tho late Major-General Heijry Green 
Barry, of Ballyclotigh, by Phoebe, dau. of John .Arm- 
strong Drought, E-q., of Lettvbrook, King's Co ; 
b. 1805; s. 1838; m. 1811 Olivia" .Maria, dau. and heir 
of the late Francis Drew, Esq., D.L., of Mocollop. 
Educated at Eton ; is a J. P. and D.L. for cos. Cork and 
Waterford (High Sheriff of co. Cork 1841), and Lord of 
the Manor of BaUyclough and Ratlicormuek ; entered 
the army 1823 ; served in the 71.°t Foot, and was after- 
wards Capt. 15th Regt. This family was formerly 
settled at Manorpeer Castle, Pembrokeshire, and went 
to Ireland with Fit/Stephen, temp. Henry If. — Balllf- 
clough, Fcrmoy, co. Cork ; Mocollop Castle, Lismore, co. 
Waterford. 

Jleir Pres., his brother Sir Reumonii Barry (whom see 
above). I 

BARRY, James Redmond, Esq., of Glandore I 
Flouse. 

Only surviving son of tho late James Barry, Esq.. of 
Donoughmore, co. Cork, by Margaret Furrell, dau. of 
John Farrell, Esq., of Hum n, co, Cork; h. 1780; 
». 18QX).; m. 1810 Anne Stack, widow of lohn Slack, 
Esq.., of the City of Cork, and dau. ot Bartholomew 
Foley, Esq., of Cork, and has issue, 

• William l'ltrjames, nutrient Hfftgifltr&tO for CO, Mll.VO, «nd j 
n Mnitlftrate for co. Cork; b. is.'4;m. ism \mictte 
Thclutre, only dau. o( Eilinond Uore, of Liverpool, 

Mr. Harry, who is a Magistrate for Co. Cork, and a 
Commissioner of Irish fisheries, was formerly In- 
Kpector-iieneral of Irish Fisheries. Tins fumilj is 
descended from tho Viscounts Buttevunt, as appears 
from nn inquiry before the Lords' Committer of 
Privil. 'gi s i M 1825 when claimed by Mr. J, U. Harry; 
but tho title is mi ill in abeyance.— Glandore U< »..\ 
Son Carbcrg, co. Cork - 11, Lou.tr Domiuick Strati, 

Lublin. 

BARRY, William Norton', Esq., of Castle 
Cor, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of the lite Richard Harry, Esq., llth 
Hussars, by Kb/a. dau, of Darby O'Cr'rody, Esq., of 
Itockloftrton, n». Limerick, and taster of Rtandish, i-t 
yUeotiiit OuillamoM; A, ihl'o; 1st I8i."> Arabella, 
duu of Col. Prrsse; 3nd 18/Jfl Bli«iibitth t yonnirm>ttliitl 
ul the lulc Sir William Wrixon Ilu/hor, Outl oi 
it; 



Bailygiblin, and Creah, co. Cork. Educated at Eton, 
and has, by the latter, 

* William Norton, b, 1859. 
Mr. Barry, who is a Magistrate for cos. Cork and G.d- 
wav, was formerly Lieut, in the 8th Hussars. Mr, 
Barry purchased Castle Cor from the family of Edw;,r i 
Deane Freeman, Esq. — Castle Cor, Mallow, co. Cork ■ 
Army and Isavy Club, s.w. 

+ BAKSTOW, Thomas, Esq., of Garrow Hill, 
Yorkshire. 

Is a J. P. and D.L. for N.Riding of Yorkshire. — Garrow 
| Hdl, Yorkshire. 

IbARTLEET, Robert Smith, Esq., of The 
Shrubbery, Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of William B.irtleet, Esq., by Elizabeth, 
dau. of the late Robert Smith. Esq., of Edgbaston 
Grove, co. Warwick; b. 1822; rn. 18 il Harriet, dau. 
of the late Joseph Stock, Esq., of Bournbrook Hall, 
near Birmingham. Is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Worces- 
ter, and late Capt. of 17th Worcestershire Rifle 
Volunteer Corps. — The Shrubbery, Redd itch, Broms- 
j grove. 

iBARTLETT, John Edward, Esq., of Peverel 
Court, Bocks. 
Eldest son of t ie late Edward Bartlett, Esq., of 
Buckingham, by Eliza Man-, dau. of the late S. Hol- 
loway, Esq., of Buckingham; b. 1824; in. 1st 1857 
Sybilla Mackenzie, dau. of Alexander Mackenzie 
Kirkland, Esq., of Glasgow, and a Magistrate for co. 
Lanark (she d. I860); 2nd 1866 Sarah Emily, only 
dan. of James Napier, Esq., of Stoneleigh, near Liver- 
pool ; he has issue, 

* Three daughters. 
Mr. Bartlett is a J.P. and D.L. for Bucks, and a 
Magistrate for the borough of Buckingham. This 
family was anciently located at Bracklcy, co. North- 
ampton ; from which place the fourth ancestor of Mr. 
Bartlett settled at Buckingham, 1715. — Peverel Court. 
Aylesbury ; Union Club, s.w. ; Gresham Club, k.c. 

BARTON, Battist Johnston, Esq., of Green- 
fort House, co. Donegal. 

Son of the late Baptist Johnston Barton. Esq.. a Magis- 
trate of Portsalon, co. Donegal, and of Perry Hallcr, 
co. Monachal], by Maria, only dau. of William Mac- 
Laughlin, E-q.; b. 18IS; s. 18.">1 to estates in co 
Donegal, under tho will .1 his £rund-uncle, Capt 
Babitigton, of Greenfott (who •■/. 1836); n descendant 
of flic nephew nn«i hi ir of the Right Rev. Brotn* 
UabingUm, Hi-hop of Derry. v r>. 10M from whom he 
inherited the e.-tati s. — Gritnjort House, Ha melton, co. 
Donegal. 

BARTON, Charles, Esq., of Holbrook Houm-. 
Somersetshire. 

El le t son ot the late Very Rev. Charles Barton. DP, 
Dean and Rector of Hocking, Essex, L\ Emm Francs, 
dan. of the I.. v. Barnard Scale, of Braiutree, llwi; b. 
ISIS m 1812 Dorothea Maria, duu, of Major \\Vmy*s. 
of Gloucester, and has. with otlior issue, 

* Miiurlca Cbntli «, k 
Mr Lin ft on, vln WAS educated at Shrewsbury and 
\Yadhurn Coll, Oxford (HA. i s*t»i, is a Magistrate 

for BotneniPt, and a member of tho Inner Temple 
— llotbrobk Hblttt, Winranton, S-»nrrs'( i CoHttrrntH'r 
O' l; s.W. 

BARTON, Christopher, Esq., of RocUeatown, 
PO, TippfirupVi 
Eldest son ot'the late Samuel William Bait on, Esq., ol 
Ilochrslown, by Emma, dau, of tlio late Hon. C tMf 
Hutchinson; in<i; a. i8.»r. ta a MagitUmt* fur co. 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



Tipperary. This family are descended from a common 1 
ancestor with the Bartons of Straffan and Glcndulough 
(whom see). — lloclicstov:n, Cahir, co. Tipperary . 
Jli ir Pres., his brother Henry, 6. 1839. 

BARTON, Folliot "Warrex, Esq., of Clonellj, ! 

co. Fermanagh. 
Elder son of the late William Barton. Esq., of Clonelly. 
bv Ann Isabella, dau. of i'olliot Warren, Esq., of 
Lodge, co. Kilkenny ; b. 1798 ; s. 1S35. Is a J.P. and j 
D.L. for Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1834) ; was formerly \ 
in the Royal Navy. This family is a younger branch I 
of the Bartons of Barton Hall, co. Lancaster, and de- 
scends from Thomas Barton, an officer in Essex's I 
Army, who settled in Fermanagh on grants of land 
from the Crown in 1609. — Clonelly, Enniakillen, co. 
Fermanagh; Carlton Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Edward George, b. 1S06. 

BARTON, the Rev. Henry Jonas. 

Son of the Rev. James Barton, Rector of Aldingham, 
co. Lancaster (a Magistrate and Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions), by Eleanor, dau. of John Parr, Esq., of 
Liverpool; b. 1797; 'M. 1827 Emma Elizabeth, only 
child of George Henry Richard "Warren, Esq., of 
Tiddington, Oxon, and cousin of the late JWilliam 
Henry Ash hurst, Esq., of "Waterstock, M.P. for Oxon, 
and has, with other issue, 

* Jame^ Warner, educated at Rugby (M.A. of Eveter Coll., 
Oxford); 6. ; m. ts'iU Louisa Campbell Hale, eldest 
dan. of Charles Hale Monro, Esq., o£ Ingsdou House, 
Devon. 

Mr. Barton, who was educated at Brasenose Coll., Ox- 
ford ; appointed Vicar of Fatten, Wilts, 1830; Rural 
Bean 183.5; Rector of Wieken, co. Northampton, 1S38; 
and Honorary Canon of Peterborough 1855; is a 
Magistrate for cos. Northampton and Bucks. De- 
scended from the Bartons of Smethcls and Holm, co. 
Lancaster, and connected by marriage with the families 
of Shuttleworth, Lever, Hesketh, and Fazakerly, in 
the same county. — Wiclcen llcctory, Slony Stratford. 

BARTON, Lieut-Col. Hugh William, of The I 
Waterfoot, co. Fermanagh. 
Eldest son of the lato Lieut. -General Charles Barton, of 
The Waterfoot, by Susannah, dau. of Nathaniel John- 
ston, Esq., of Bordeaux, r'nince; A. 1800; s. 1819; 
w 1832 Mary, dau. of Robert Johnston, Esq., of Kiu- I 
lough House, co. Lcitriin, and has, with other issue, 

• Charles Robert, b. 18:12; is Capt. Fermanagh Militia, and 
won High yheritT for co. Fernmua'-tli l$e,:}. 

Lit nt. -Col. Barton, who is n J.P. and D.L. for CO. 
J.'i',|'llVllhttgh, and Lord of the Manor of WardllOUse, co. 1 
Latum, was formerly Major and Lieut.-Col. 2nd Life 
Ctuards.~7%0 Waterfoot, Pettitjo, co. Fermanagh. 

BARTON, John Hope, E sq., of Stapleton Park, 
Yorkshire. 

Only son of the late John Watson Barton, Esq., of 

St.iplHun PUrk, by Juliana, 2nd dau. of James llopc, 

{•wj., of Moray Place, Edinburgh; b. 1833; s, 1810. 
MUfiited at l-'.tnn (vnrl (Jh Oh., Oxford I IS A 1866, 
M . A 1801); isn Magistrate for the W. Riding ofco. 

>t»rk (Hig)l SI, enll 1868), and a Dep. - 1 lit. for CO 

lMw.oln.~+ Stapleton Park-, Vonttpad i Saxby I Ml 
lliirtuii-oH'lIumbtr, lAneotnthhri { Carlton an,/ Hoodie' 



MAUTOX, Nathaniel, Esq.. of Corslc\ lions,-. 

Wilts. 1 

["•I* *>n of ti,o | a te Nathaniel Burton, Esq . by Elita< 
' "Ui, dau, or the Rw Rtounckof Turing, l>.l>.'. Hector 
Miliun \ . tl e V , Wilt. ; b. 1813; >, 16118; m. \s\; 
«'»«. of John Nicholas, Bun, Command, i R N . 
aiul Itaa i-»,ir. 

* Nattiiihltl FlOtcllOr, h. I HIP. 



Mr. Barton, who was educated at Winchester l"«<!| 
a Magistrate for Somerset, and J.P. and D.I.. ; , 
Wilts, and a Lieut. Royal Wiltshire i'eonianry. 
— Corsley House, Warminster. 

BARTON, Nathaniel, Esq., of Straffan, co. 
Kildare. 

Eldest son of the late Hugh Barton, Esq., of StrafRm 
(who was High Sheriff of co. Kildare 1840), by Ann-, 
dau. of — Johnston, Esq. ; b. 1799 ; s. 1804; >n. 1S_'; 
Mary Susan, 2nd dau. of the late Henry Harm wood 
Scott, Esq., Consul at Bordeaux, and by her (who 
1807) has, with other issue, 

* Hugh Lynedoch, a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kildare (High 
Sheriff 1861); formerly an officer in the Inmskillinps ; 6. 
IS'24 ; m. 1S-35 the Hon. Ann Emily, dau. of Eyre, 3r.l Lord 
Clarina. 

Mr. Barton, who is a Magistrate for co. Kildare (High 
Sheriff 1850), represents a younger branch of the 
Bartons of Grove. — Straffan House, co. Kildare. 

BARTON, Richard, Esq., of Caldy Manor. 
Cheshire. 

Eldest son of the late Richard Watson Barton, Esq.. 
of Springwood, co. Lancaster (who d. 1SG1', by Mary, 
dau. of John Watson, Esq., of Penwortham Lod^e, co. 
Lancaster; b. 1821 ; m. 1850 Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 
Sir Benjamin Heywood, Bart. Educated at St. Peter's 
Coll., Cambridge (M.A. 1848) ; culled to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1849 ; is a Magistrate for co. Chest- r. 
and Lord of the Manor of Caldy. — Caldy Manor, 
Birlc, nhcad. 

BARTON. Thomas Barker, Esq., of Grove, 
CO. Tipperary. 
Eldest son of the late William Barton. Esq., of Grove, 
by Catharine, dau. of Samuel Perry, Esq., of Wood- 
roofife ; b. 1816; $. 1857. Educated at Harrow; is a 
Magistrate for co. Tipperary. This family is of Lanca- 
shire extraction, and Mr. Barton is head of t ie Irish 
family of Barton, whose founder was one of the officers 
in the array of Lord Essex, temp. Elizabeth. — Grove, 
Fethard, co. Tipperary. 

}ftir Pres., his brother Samuel Henry, b. 1817. 

BARTON, Thomas Edward "Walter, Esq., of 
Th rex ton House, Norfolk. 
Only son of the late Thomas Barton. Esq.. of Thv, xton 
House, by Hannah, dau. of E. ( lark, Esq.; b. 1811 . 
S. 18.'17; tn. 1844 F.lh-.a, only child of John Allday. 
Esq , of Gnston, and has, with other issue, 

* Ttioiiina Alldiiy, b. Isjt.. 

Mr. Barton is a Magistrate f< r Norfolk, and Lord of 

the Manor of Xhrektou, — Thrrxton House, Watton, 
Norfolk. 

f BARTON, Thomas Ekskixe. Esq.. of Glen- 

d&longh, CO, Wick low. 
Eldest son of the late ThOttlM Johnston Barton. K«q . 
ol Qlcndalougll i»ho was a J.P. and D.L. for CO. llos* 
common), by Fmnces, dau. of the late I)avid Morn*. 
Ksq., Master in 1'hancerv, arid irr.uiddau. of Thomas. 

Is, Lord Etskinci ft, isiu ; 186k Is a Nftgiitmta 
fur co. Wicklow. — OUndtttovoK Uomtt, (#r> yiMMt, co. 

W.klow. 

BARTTELOT, BRIAN BARTTtLOT, Esq, of 
Bratnl'li hurst, SuSRCX, 
Youngest but 2nd lurriving inn of Ocorgt Barttolot, 
Es,|., ofStophnm Hi uw, ?u«r* (whom m),hy I'mnu, 
yonngest dnn, of the Into Jmnn NVoodlifkiw, F.-q . 

of UichntOUd, Sm n y ; \ ; »«. 1MU M iry DlHOthj, 
eldest dau. of John Frediric K»to«n.in, Esq , of M.s>r 
l'.uk, Surrey, nnd hi>". with other i».»iip, 

* QwtflO llT«toHe t li I Mli 

Mr. Uttfttrlot, who wa« rdiient.sl ft( ltiigby nnd mitt* 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



ton Coll., Oxford, is a MjigiitruSte for Sussex, and 
Capt. 8th Sussex Rillo Volunteers. — Bramblehurst,\ 
East Grinstead, Sussex; Oxj'o.d and Cambridge Club, \ 
s.w. 

BARTTELOT, George, Esq., of Stopham, 
Sussex. 

Third son of the late Walter Barttelot, E.-q., of Stop- 1 
ham (who assumed the additional surname of .Smyth in 
compliance 'with the will of his aunt', by Philadelphia, 
dau. of the Rev. John Wickens, D.D., Rector of Pet-] 
worth and Tillington; b. 1783; s 1837 ; vi. 1819 1 
Emma, youngest dau. of the late James Wopdbridge, ; 
Esq., of Richmond, Surrey, and has, with other is.-ue, i 

• Walter Barctelot, educated at Rugby, J. P. nnu B.L. for I 
Sussex, M.V. for \V. Sussex, nnd Licut.-Col. 2nd Batt. I 
Sussex Rille Volunteers ; late Capt. 1st Royal Dragoons : b. I 
IS'20; m. 1st IS-").' Harriet, 4th dau. of the late Sir CLric- ; 
topher Musirrave. Bart., of Eilenhall (she J. lsii-J): 2nd 
iS-iA Margaret, only child of the la'e Henry Bolderp, T.sq., 
of St. Leonard's Forest, Sussex ; lie has, by the former, with ; 
other issue, * Walter, b. 1S.V4. 

Mr. Barttelot, who was educated at Eton and "Wool- j 
wich, is a J. P. and D.L. for Sussex, Lord of the Manor | 
of Stopham, and Patron of 1 living ; he was formerly 
in the Royal Horse Artillery, and served in the '• 
Peninsula. This family are said to have come into 
Engl.md with William the Conqueror, and they fixed 
their residence at Stopham in the 11th century. — Slop- 
ham Home, near Pdworth, Sussex ; Union Club, s.w. 

BARWIS, the Rev. William Cuthbert, of 
Langrigg Hall, Cumberland. 
Eldest son of the late John Barwia, Esq., of Langrigg 
Hall, Cumberland, by Frances, dau. of the Rev. J. j 
Gutch, Registrar of the University of Oxford ; />. 1824; | 
Tit, 1850 Mary, dau. of Benjamin lloghton, Esq., of 
Waltham Abbey, and has issue, 

• Amy. 

Mr. Barwis, who was educated at Merchant Taylors' | 
School and Pembroke Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1847, i 
M.A. 1831); ordained Deacon 1818, Priest 1819; was j 
formerly Incumbent of Christ Church, Leeds ; he is i 
Curate of Chipping Norton. — -Lanf/rigg Ila'l, Broom- 1 
field, Marypon, Cumberland ; Chipping Morion, Oxford, I 

BASIIALL, Jonx, Esq., of Lostock Hall, Lanca- 
shire, 

Eldest son of the. Late William Bashall, Esq., of Bambcr 
Bridge, Lancaster) by Margaret, dau. of T. Miller, Esq., \ 
ofClitheroc; b. 1802; 8,184/5; m. 1822 Charlotte, dau 
of Peter Bodkin, Esq., of (JiorkonwelU Middlesex, and 
ha 1 *, with other issue, 

• William, in Holy Orders, Sf.A. St. John'* Coll.. Oxford ',' 
h, IS28; in. 1860 his COUslfl Llirabitli, yoiiiu'i'-t clan, Of 

wiiiium Bmhail, 1>t., of I'Sirinpton iv >r ri»-t. », 

co. LftnoiMter, and lulu, with other is-ue, • William. (>, 
Mr. Bashall is a Miigistrute for eo, LiuiCiis'er. Tliis 
family were formerly connected with the township of 
Baslmll, ne:ir Clithcroe, co. York, and are tleseemhuits 
of 1 ho Talbots do Biislmll. — Lnstot k Halt, Prevtuii, 
Lanctuhivc; Bn> iklamls, Surbitun, s.w. 

BASH FORD, Fuedeiimck, Eaq., of Harvitis, 

Herts. 

Second son of the Into James Hu'dlford, Esq., Cnpt. II S , 
by Sophia, dan. of \V, ('. Iwikf, I3«jn., of Cn«lle Godwin, 
cu. Gloucester; b 1318 ; HI, 1MI Alary Eli/aU t!i. eldest 
dim. of Capt. Qooriru Butler, U.S., and has h»Mie, 
"George Frederick, 1,1 'Ui Boyal Scots Greys, — Btitt •.«, 
Northaw, Hi i ts. 

BASHFOTlT), William Charmm Lake, ISaq,, of 
Norwood [louse, Middlesex 
Eld. st ion of the Into JnnumlWhfovd, l%q, Ci|t. If \, 
by BnnWn, dau, of W, c. Lake, Ksq>, < f Cnstl* itodwfn, 
eo. Olonec«or j A, 1812 if, 18112; .,». 1844 KntntM « ,t m-s 
Art 



2nd dau. of the Rev. John From?, M.A., of Bromef.. . 1 
Barbados, and has issue, 

• Charles Brotne, Lieut. 9th Lancers ; b. 1S39, 

Mr. Bashford is a Magistrate for Middlesex. — Aor" 
House, Hounslow, Middlesex ; 37, Brunswick Square, 
Brighton. 

BASKCOMB, George Hexey, Esq., of Chy c . 
burst Manor, Kent. 
Only son of the late Henry Baskeomb, Esq., of Chislc- 
hurst Manor-House and Eltham, Kent, who was the 
only son of Charles Baskeomb, Esq., by Elizabeth, c 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Smythe, Magistrate for co. 
Northampton ; b. 1820 ; in. 1846 Sarah, only d.iu. of 
Charles Harvey, Esq., J.P., of Longton Hall, co. Stafford, 
and has issue, 

• Charles George Henry, b. 1849. 

This family are of old standing in Kent, Dorset, and 
Northamptonshire. — Manor-House, Chislchurst, s.e. 

BASKERVILLE, Henry, Esq., of Crowsley 
Park, Oxfordshire. 
Son of the late Oriel Viveash, Esq., of Calne, Wilts, bv 
Sarah, dau. and heir of Thomas Baskerville, Esq., of 
Woolley House, Wilts; b. 1/93; s. his cousin, whose 
name. he assumed, in 1837; in. 1839 Mary Anna, 2nd 
dau. of John Standfast Buxton, Esq., and has, with 
other issue, 

• John, Capt. 14th Hussars ; b. 1841. 

Mr. Baskerville, who was educated at Hailevburv Cull., 
and was for some years in the Madras Civil Service, is 
a Magistrate for Wilts nnd Somerset, a J.P. and D.L. 
for Oxon (High Sheriff 1847). and Lord of the Manor 
of Shiplake. — Crowslty Park, Henley-on-Thames. 

BASKERVILLE, Walter Thomas Mykoss, 
Esq., of Clyro Court, Radnorshire. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Baskerville Baskerville, 
Esq., of Clyro Court (who was a J.P. and D.L. for cos. 
Wilts and Radnor, formerly 31. P. fur co. Hereford, and 
who assumed the surname of Baskerville in 1817. in 
lieu of his patronymic Mynors), by his 2nd wife Eliza- 
both Mary, dau. of the Rev. Powell Colchester Guise; 
h. I8:ii);*s. 1804. Educated at Eton and Cu. Ch., 
Oxford ; is a J.P. nnd D.L. fur co. Radnor (High Sheriff 
18081. This family is of very ancient Lineage, and the 
name is found in each copy of the roll of Battle Abbey. 

— Clyro Court, Ilai/, South Walts. 

Heir few., hie brother Herbert Witherstone Mvnors, Lieut. 
Olh Foot ; b, 1641, 

13ASKKHVYLE-GLEGG, Jons, Esq., of With- 
it plort Hall. Cheshire. 
Elder sen of the l ite John llaskervvlp-GleErrr. Esq.. of 
Withington Null (who was n J.P. and D.L. for co. 
ChrsU'r, And Utah Sheriff in 1814), bv Anne. dau. »t' 
the llltc '1 li WMM Townley Parker. Fsq.. of Cnerdcn Hall. 
Co. LineaMir; h. F813; ». 1800; in. 1885 Eliza, dau. nt' 

- Wilson, hrtj., nnd by her (who rf. 18Go) has, with 
otli' r issue, 

• Mm, f>. Hiffj ,„. I8C0 F.mtlv Cnthnrin-. 2nd dftu. of Ge r K -f 

Mcauvliniiip Cole, Boq-. q! Twickenham. 
Mr. 11 i-kervvle-Cbrir i.s a Mmjistratc for co. Chc«t<r 
Tin imily <u' Hintln fvyfe hare been scntpd at Within?* 
ton hiuco (rm/>, Pdwanl HI. — lVi/hinft*n Hall, Knnti- 
fvm, (iitgtuH Hall, Si stun, Chrslurt, 

BASS. Mt. iiw i Thomas, Esq . of RangemoOlN 
iSuiflbnlnhice, 
Eldest son of ih.. Imc Michn«l Thomm Ban, E«.y. '>y 
s.imIi, dnu, of Abr.mi Rotltma, Rm., of ilurton*ott 
Twnti h. 1 7U0 ; m. I83A BmHy J.m«\ dan. of M .•••< 
8 inilli I Anleii, of I^inir Croft, and has taut, 

• MicWl Arthur. • . tacel 4 nt ReitOW, M V Bf Trlnttr . 
I ..nitirulk-' n M .Li-trAto for co. SiMffonl. an<t M.'l\ W 
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Mr. Ba->s, who was educated at Burton Grammar School, 
is un eminent brewer at Burton, a Magistrate for co. 
Derbv, and a J. P. and 1>.L. for co. Stafford ; he has been 
M.P. for Derby since 1818. — Range/iic/or, Burton-on- 
Tnnt ; Reform Club, s.w. ; 101, Eaton Square, s.w. 

+ BASSET, Arthur DAVTE-, Esq., of Water- 
mouth, Devon. 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Davie, Esq. (who assumed 
the name of Basset in 1802 on inheriting the property 
of his maternal uncle, Joseph Davie Basset, Esq.), by 
Mary, dan. of — Irvine, Esq.; b. 1801 ; s. 1816; -m. 
1828 Harriet, dan. of Thos. Crawfurth, Esq, of Craw- 
furth, and has issue, 

• Arthur Crawfurth, in Holy Orders, 6. 1830. 

Mr. Ba c set is a Magistrate for Devon, and Patron of 
1 living. This family represent* maternally a branch 
of that of the late Lord De Dunstanville, and the 
Baroness Basset (see Basset of Tehidy) was of baronial 
rank in Normandy before the Conquest. — Watermouth, 
Jlfracom.be. 

BASSET, John Francis, Esq., of Tehidy Park, 
Cornwall. 

Eldest son of the late John Basset, Esq., J.P. and D.L.. 
of Stratton, Cornwall (some time M.P. for Helston and 
Lieut.-Col. Cornish Militia, who d. 1843), by Elizabeth 
Mary, dau. of the late Sir Hose Price, Bart., of Treng- 
wainton, Cornwall; //. l8nl ; .?. the late Baroness Basset, 
1855 ; m. 1858 the Hon. Emily Henrietta, dau. of John, 
1st Visct. Gort. Educated at Eton ; is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Cornwall (High Sheriff 1861), and Patron of 5 
livings. This family (formerly of Stoke Basset, Oxon, 
ternp. Henry I.) is of French extraction, and the pre- 
sent owner holds the lands of Tehidy by a grant from 
William I. — Tehidy Park, Redruth; Roscrow, Truro, 
Cornwall; Car/ton and Conservative Clubs, s.w.; 25, 
Berkeley Square, W. 

BASSET, William, Esq., of Beaupre, Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. William Bruce, K.H. (for- 
merly of the 79th Highlanders), by Isabella, dau. of 
Col. Thomas Basset, 6th Fusiliers, and sister and co- 
heir of the late Capt. Richard Basset, R A., of Beaupre' ; 
b. 1830; S. his uncle 1865 ; m. 1862 Eliza, dau. of the 
late Richard Weekes, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and has, 
with other issue, 

• William Richard Btusot. h. 1883. 

Mr. Basset, who is a Magistrate for co. G-iamorgun, 
Mid Lord of thfl Manor of Beaupt'6. and a Ma ur in the 
Army, late Capt. 74th Highlanders, assumed tin sur- 
name and arms of Bttflsel ill lieu of his patronymic, by 
Royal licence, in 1865. — Beaupri, Cowbridgs, Criamor- 
ganshire; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

HASSKTT, Richard, Esq.,ofBonvilstone House, 
( Slamorgttnshir'e. 

Eldest son of tlio late Thomas Morgan Bassett, Esq., 
of Bonvilstone House, by Anne, dau. of the Rev. Dr, 
Morgan; b. 1820; *. 18.41; W*. 1843 Ann Maria. 2nd 
•Inn, of John Horn fray, Esq., and by her (who </. 1803) 
hn> is'-ue, 

• John Richard, ft. I k irt. 

Mr. Bassett is a J.1". and D.L. for co. Glamorgan, and 
lit (run of 1 living. — Bonvilstone House, Cardiff; Con- 
tttvafim Club, s.w. 

HASSKTT. of tfrthcr Hall, Suffolk. 

M inn ih (m. 1H»7 the Ret, K. S Vert), Jane (m, 1 85 1 
" t\ Young, E-*[,1, Catharine mi. 1SI7 11 W : i\nuii, 

'••o'A, Eleanor (m, lsnt C. Ihdw, >1M-Mward< -. F*q i. 
»» I Martha, dun-., of the late K, v. William Bnsse'l of 

N«»t|fr Hull, by Martha, 3rd dau. of the Into John 

Hi.«-,. P , frq. |0 f Brandon, Suffolk; * th.ir brother 



William Chinery B.issert, Esq., IS03; are v 
i Ladies of the Manor of Nether Hall, Thurston.—.', 
Hall, Bury St. Ed, mold's. 

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BASTARD, Baldwin John Pollexfex, Esq., of 
Kitley and Bucklaud, Devon. 
Second but. eldest surviving son of the late Edmund 
| Pollexfen Bastard, Esq., of Kitley isome time M.P. :'•>;• 
Devon), by Anne Jane, only dau. of Georje. 2a 1 Lorl 
Rodney ; b. 1S30 ; 5. his brother 1856 : ,n. 1861 Fran - 
Jane, 3'oangest dau. of the late Hon. Mortimer R., i ... r, 
; Educated at Winchester and Balliol Coll.. Oxford ; is' i 
I J.P. and D.L. for Devon (High Sheriff 1 865V Loi i 
the 3Ianors of Yealmpton. Buekland, &c, and Col. Com- 
manding 4th Devon Administrative B ittalion ; late 
Lieut. 9th Foot ; served in the Crimea 1S51-5. This 
family is of ancient noble French extraction, having 
descended from Robert the Bastard, who held several 
manors in Devon temp. William I.* — Kitley, Yealmpton; 
Buekland Court, Ashburton, Devon. 

Heir Pre.'., his brother William Pollexfen, in Holv Orders; 
educated at Eton and. Balliol Coll., Oxford (B. A.. 185-3) : ft. 
183:2 ; m. 1859 Caroline, 2nd dau. of Vice-Admiral Wooll- 
combe, of Hemerdon, Devon, and has Usue, " a son. 

BASTABD, Thomas Hoklock, Esq., of Charlton 
Marshall, Dorset. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Horloek Bastard. Esq., 
of Charlton Marshall (who was High Sheriff of Dorset 
in 1812), by his 1st wife, Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Bijrgs. Esq.", of Blandford; b. 1796; s. 1849: m. 1st 
1811 Manraret. widow of Cnpt. James Keith Forbes. 
H.E.I.C.S. (she d. 1845); 2nd 1858 Sarah, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. El Vincent, Vicar of Ro.vde. Wilts. This 
family is a younger branch of the Bastards of Devon. 
— Charlton Marshall, Blandford. 

BATEMAN", Lord (William Batema_v Batemax- 
Hanbury).— Cr. 1837. 

Eldest son of William, 1st Lord, by Elizabeth, dan. 
of the late Lord Spencer Chichester; A; 1826: s. 1815; 
m. 1 854 Agnes, dau. of the late General Sir E. Kerri<on, 
Bart. Educated at Eton and Trin. Coll.. Cambridge 
(M.A. 1847); is Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rot. of co. 
Hereford, a Magistrate for co. Northampton, and 
Patron of 2 livings ; has been a Lord in Waitinc on 
Her Majesty. Is descended from common ancestors 
with Lord Sudeley, viz., the Hauburys, formerly of 
Hanbury Hal), co. Worcester, — SA idon ( tttrt, Lco- 
miv.it- r; Boodle's and Car/ton Clilba, s.w. ; 37. Brook 
St rert. w. 

Ilfr, hits eon the Hon. William P|>cnrer, ft. 18o6. 

fBATI'MAX, Ai.leyne Sachfverell, of 
Derby. 

Third son of the late Richard Bateman, Esq. (J.P. and 
D.L.) and formerly High Sheriff of co. Derby), by 

Elizabeth, only child of the late Rev. Ihomas Keeling*, 
of I'ttoxotor. co. Derby; b. 1805; is a Dep. -Lieut, tor 
co. Derby. — Derby. 

•(-BATEMAN, the H- v. Edmuxd H.\/n moo. of 
fjruilsboroutfh, Northamptonshire. 

Eldest son of the Lite Re?, .I.ihn Huekbv ( who fts- 

cumed the na ue ot Bateman in I82t. 1>> Royal licence), 
bv Mary, dun. of the lJ<>v. Jo«ima w^w, i> i>. ; s. 

18 14 ; m. \H%> Julia, dau. of Mr. LechnoT. Mr. H\tc- 

BtMi, who wu educated ot Balliol Coll., Oxu.rd (B..V. 
IW0, M.A. L BatO )< KpreteBtl thrum: It Ins maternal 
(•ramlmotlicr the llatemans, I^>rd« of thn Manor of 

Ouiltborough, n brunch of the Warwickshire [Wmily of 

the MM name. — i,i '.-' "•.ii'v'A. AaflfAeleMfM, 



j a bmncfi ot t^t« family It «tci rtt«nt in WenMirt] . tainrtaN 

the tllti »l i ■•ntr« <\r liastaM, 

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BATEMAN, Jamjes, Esq., F.R.S., of Bjcldulpli ; 
Grange, and Knypersley, Staffordshire. 
Eldest son of the late John Bateman. Esq.. of Kuyper- j 
s ey Hall, co. Stafford, a Dep.-Lieut., and formerly 
High Sheriff of that county, by Elizabeth, dan. of 
Georco Holt, Esq., of Redivals, co. Lancaster ; 5.1811 ; ; 
5. 18.38; m. 1838 Maria Sibylla, dim. of the Rev. How- 
land Egerton-AYarburton (who assumed the latter name 
on succeeding to the property of Sir Peter Warburton, : 
Bart., of Ariey, co. Chester), and has, with other issue, 

• John, educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; 6. 1839 ; m. 
18G-1 the Hon. Jessy Caroline, and tlau. of the late lion. ! 
Kichard llootle Wilbrahain, aad Mas issue, *a dau. 

Mr. Bateman, who was educated at Magdalen Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1835, M.A. 1844), is a J. P. and D.L. for 
co. Stafford, Lord of the Manor of Knypersley, and j 
Patron of 3 livings, and a Pillow of the Royal Lintnean 
and Geographical Societies; he is also the author of] 
several works on natural history. This family were 
formerly settled at Tolson Hail, near Kendal, West- 1 
moreland, whence they removed on the purchase of | 
Knypersley by the grandfather of the present owner. | 
— Biddu/jjh Grange, Congleton ; Aihcnwum and National 
Clubs, s.W. 



b. 1809; m. 18.37 Fanny Ilanham, 2nd dau. of t'.. 
late W. L. Bickuell, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, and haa 



BATEMAN, Jonx, Esq., of Bartholey House, 

Monmouthshire. 
Eldest son of the late Colthurst Bateman, Esq., .T.P., 1 
of Bartholey House (who was High Sheriff of co. 
Monmouth 1839), by Jane Sarah, dau. of the late! 
John Kemeys Gardner Kemeys, E-q. ; b. 1814 ; s. 18.39. 
This family are a branch of the Batemans of co. Kerry, 
and Mr. Bateman is connected maternally with Sir 
Nicholas Kemeys, who defended Chepstow Castle for j 
King Charles I. — Bartholey House, Llantryssaint, Usk. j 

Heir Pres., his brother Robert, a Magistrate for co. Monmouth ; 
b. 1818. 

BATEMAN, John Frederic, Esq., F.R.S., 
F.G.S., Ac, of Moor Park, Surrey. 
Eldest son of thn late John Bateman, Esq., of Ockbrook, 
co. Derby, by Mary Agnes, dau. of th«i Rev. Benjamin 
La Trobe, of London; b. 1810; m. 18tl Anne, dau. of 
William Fairbairn, Esq., F.R.S., of Manchester, and 
has, with other issue, 

* William Fairbairn, h. lRl. r >. 

Mr. Bateman is a Magistrate for Surrey (High Sheriff 
1806). He is descended from a family long established 
in Yorkshire. — Mnor 1'ark, Farnham ; Athenaitm Club, 
s.w. ; 16, Great George Street, Westminster, s.w. 

BATE MAN, Thomas, Esq., of 0uibborough, 
Northamptonshire. 

Fifth KOI) Of the late Kiv. John Bit khi , of Ouils- 

borough (grandson of the late sir Arthur Huzclriuir, 
Bart.), by Mirv. grand-dnu. of John Bateman, E*q., 
of Guilsborongh, whoso name he assumed; h. 1810; 
m. 1810 Marianne, dau. of Dr. Daubeny, D.C.L., Ox« 
ford, and has, with other issue, 

• Arthur Wlgley, 1841. 

Mr. Bateman, who was educated nt Corpus Christi 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1831, M.A. 1834), is a Member 
of the Mid lli Temple, This family wire formerly 
Lords of the Manor of Guilsborough, where Ihoj have 
been established for 200 years; they are in pnnsession 
of property at Cliftoh, ro. W arwick, which bi longed to 
John Batcmnn de Clifton in 1660, — Gitihborouffh, 
Northampton ; 3, i'.lm Court, Mu/o'/e l'i wjilr, B.C. 

BATEMAN, Thomas Osborne, Esq., of Hm*. 
tington [lull, I )oi bvahire, 
Fourth ion of the tato Richard Bateman, Esq . P. 
Miid I>.L. for cos. Derby and Stafford, by Elisabeth, 
only child and heir ni the llev. Thomas heel i age ; 
80 



issue, 

■ Frederick Osborne FitzHerbert, b. 1S59. 
Mr. Bateman, wdio was educated at Harrow and St, 
John's Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Derby, and represents a younger branch of the Bate- 
mans of Hartington Hall, of which ancient family scat 
he became owner by purchase in 1857. The he::d of 
the family is his nephew, 3Ir. Thomas Keelinge Bate- 
man, of Smalley. near Derby.— Hartington Hall, Ash- 
bourne, Derbyshire ; Bnadsatl Mount, Derby. 

BATEMAN, Thomas William, Esq., of Mid- 
dleton Hall, Derbyshire. 
Only son of tho late Thomas Bateman. Esq., of Mid- 
dleton Hall, by Sarah. 2nd dau. of William Park-.-. 
Esq. ; b. 18.32 ; s. 1861. The late Mr. Bateman was a 
well-known Celtic antiquary. — Middlcton Hall ana 
Lomberdale House, Bakewell, Derbyshire. 

BATEMAN". (See Jones-Bateman.) 

BATES, Miss, of Milbourne Hall, Northum- 
berlaud. 

Jane Anne, eldest, dau. of the late R ilph Bates, E- , . 
J.P. and D.L., of Milbourne Hall (who was High 
Sheriff of Northumberland, many years Lieut. -Col. Gth 
Dragoons and Col. -Commandant of South Northum- 
berland Militia, and who d. 1813), by Sarah. 3rd dau. 
of the late Rev. Nathaniel Ellison, of NVwcastlc-on- 
Tyne ; s. her brother by deed of gift 18.35. This 
family is one of the oldest county families in the Nortli 
of England, and Miss Bat^s is ISth in direct descent 
from Edward III. Her ancestor Thomas Bates, M.P. 
for Morpeth 1.3.34-8, was a loyal and able servant of 
Queens Mary and Elizabeth, and distinguished himsi I 
in the rebellion in the northern counties 1.3G9. Whal- 
ton Rectory has been in the family since the reign of 
Queen Elizabeth. —Milbourne Hall, Newcastie-on-Ty>lC. 

BATES, Nathan-ill, Esq., of Milbourne, Nor- 
thumberland. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late Ralph 
Rates, E-q., by Sarah, dau. of the late Rev. Nathaniel 
Ellison, of Newcastle-on-Ty ne ; b. 1805; his brother 
Ralph Rates, Esq., 1853." Educated at Durham and 
Westminster, and at Ch. Cb., Oxford. — Miibournt 
| Hall, yen eastlc-on-Tyae. 

BATKSOX, Sir ROBERT H w:\tv. Bart , of 
Killoquin, co. Antrim (or. 17S;i). 
Eldest s>n of the late Thomas Rat. son, Esq.. by hi* 
2nd wife Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Jo>eph Don las ; 
/>. 1. 87 ; .«. his uncle as 2nd Bart. 182.3; 1810 I 
2nd dau. of Anthony Hammond. Esq., of Ilutton B»B" 
ville, co. York. This family are descended from * 

common ancestor with sir R. Bateson, Bart., of l'» U it 

Park (Whom see). The 1st Bart, was created with 
leniiitidi-r to his brothers. — Kdloquin. Antrim; ('■'■'■ 
tri'rr. DoHiOm, 

bATK80N,Sir Tbomas, Bart., ofBfilvoir r.nk. 

I hiwnsliiiv ( cr. 1 *1 S 1. 
Eldest surviving s.in of tho late Sir Robert Batcsrtl, 
Bart . of Helvoir Park, by Katharine, dau. of the lale 
Samuel Dickmm, Esq.; b ISlt) ; as 2nd Hart. I s ' ; 

m. 1810 tin. II. m. ( nr.. line Kliz ib.-th Anne, 2nd XM 
of George Kiee, 4 1 !i I.,. nl Lhrn^or. I« a Dep.'] 

for ens Down and Londonderry ; late Cunt. 13th Lijfht 

l)nu.'ooiis ; was M P for .•■> 1 ombuviervv 184»-.37. an ' 
n Lord of the Treasury in 1832; elevted M.P 
iVvires 1804. This fannly wriv |..rmeiiv sost,U in i 
I.nnca-iter. and settl d in li.land efvrlv in the 



Bat] THE UNITED KINGDOM. 

riutury. Eel-loir Park, Belfast; Mbira Park, co. Bonn; 

B<U(i(]hy, co, Londonderry ; Carlton, White's;- and Tra- 



r Bat 



tellers' Clubs, s.w. ; 32, Grosvenor Place, s.W. 

Heir Pres., his brother Samuel Stephen, a Barri=ter-at-La\v of 
the Inner Temple: b. 1S21 ; m. 1S04 the Hon. Florinda, 
Uaa. o£ .Richard, 3rd Lord Castlemaine. 

BATH, Marquis of (Johx Alexander Thyxxe). 
— Cr. 1789. 

Eldest son of Henry Frederick, 3rd Marquis, by the | 
Hon. Harriet, 2nd dau. of Alexander, 1st Lord Ash- 
l.arton; b. 1831; s. 1837; in. 1861 the Hon. Frances' 
Isabella Catharine, eldest dau. of Thomas, 3rd Viscount ! 
Be Vesei. Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; is > 
a J.E. and D.L. for Wilts and Somerset, a Magistrate I 
for co. Monaghan, and Capt. Wilts Yeomanry ; ap- ! 
pointed Lord Steward of H.M's. Household 1866 ;! 
i'atron of 12. livings. This ancient Norman family | 



BATHURST, Sir Frederick Hltchixso* UK It. 
YEY-, Bart, of Clarendon Park, Wilts | L -r 
1818). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Frederick A. II. rvc-v- 
Bathurst, Bart., of Clarendon Park, by Jane, i). u. of 
John Hutchinson, Esq.; b. 1S07; s. as 3rd Bart. 
1824; 7ii. 1st 1832 Louisa Mary, dau. of the lato 
Walter Smythe, Esq., of Bambridse House, Hants 
(she d. 1840); 2nd 1845 Clara Emily, youncest dau. 
of Sir Richard Brooke, Bart, (she d. 1867,'. Educated 
at Eton ; is a J.F. and D.L. for Wilts (of which co. ho 
has been High Sheriff'), and Patron of 1 living; was 
formerly Capt. Grenadier Guards; is descended from 
a common ancestor with the Marquis of Bristol. 
— Clanndon Park, Salisbury ; 1, Begnt Street, s.w. 

Heir, his son Frederick Thomas Arthur, educated at Eton, 
Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards, late M.P. for S. Wiits ; 
1833. 



were originally named Botevylle, and the s-urname of 
Thymus (oW Inn) is said to have been adopted by an < BATHURST, the Rev. WlLLtAM HlLEY, of Lyd- 
ancestor of the Marquis on account of his residence m , ne pi Gloucesterslvire. 
one of the Inns ot Court, t. m P . Edward lY.-Lor> 9 - \ Younger and only surviving son of the late Ri C ht 



lent, Warminster; Carlton, TravelUrs', and Boodle's 
Clubs, s.-w. 

Heir, his son Thomas Henry, Viscount Weymouth, b. 18C2. 

BATIT, Dowager Marchioness of, of Muntham 
Court, Sussex. 
Harriet, 2nd dau. of Alsxander, 1st Lord Ashburfon, | 
by Anne Louisa, eldest dau. of the late William j 
Bingham, Esq., of Philadelphia, U.S.; m. 1830 Henry j 
Frederick, 3rd Marquis of Bath (who d. 1837) leaving 
issue (see above). — Muntham Court, Worthing. 

BATH AND WELLS, Bishop of. 

(Se,e Auckland, Lurd.) 

+BATHER, JOHN, Esq., of The' Day House, 
Si) re wshury , Shropshire. 
Eldest son of the late Johu Bather, Esq., of The Day 
House (some time Recorder of Shrewsbury) ; b. 1810.5 
Is a Magistrate for co. Salop. — The Day House, Shrews- | 
bury. 

BATHURST, Earl (William Lennox Bath- 
urst). — Cr. 1772. 

.Second and only surviving son of Henrv. 3rd Earl. 
K.G. (who d. 1834), by Ueorgiana, dau. of the late 
lord George Lennox; b. 1791 ; s. his brother, as 51 h 
Hurl, 1860. Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch,, Oxford, 
and was Fallow of A!] Souls' (B.A, 1812, .M. \. 1817 Ij 
'•ailed to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1821 : is M igistrnto 
for co. Gloucester; was M.P. for Wcobly 1812-17, and 
Secretary to the Privy Council 1827-C0. The 1st Earl 
"as Lord Chancllor 1771-8. This family formerly 
held extensive possessions near Bittle, Sussex, — C. reli- 
ef t r House, Gloucestershire; Carlton Club, s.\v. ; 38, 
ilwJmoOH St ret t, w. 

tttir I'm., tn'« nephew Allen Alexander. M r. for Clrencenler 
(only (ion uf i he lute Hun. Bej niour Thomas Bntlmrst, wbo 
nnlv drill, tif -IiiIiti I'ftpr fTniiki > . 1 1 (\ ) ; 
b. ls:12; hi. IBCH the UoH, M. rlel LelCeBter- Wurrell, .'nil 
llftn. of rie.ir k 'e, '.'ml Loot <(■• i ,0,1, v, luni has, uoh utliec 
Iscuo, •Sejni.jur Henry, 6. IStii, 

MA I'll UH ST, the Hon. Mrs., of Hyams, 
Surrey. 

Julia, only dan. of the lute John tVter FTmikty, Esq., 
I\v Ivihellu, M s|„ r „(• ||„. |. lt( . sir William Alefnnihi 
N>mo timo Chief Brtrofl of the Exchequer); m, 1820 
I.Mit -Col. (h,> Hon Sevmour Thomna Btilhnrst, 3rd 
MiAiif llnirv, 3rd Eufl B.ithnrst, KM. (who,/ 1634 \ 
It Ming issue, • Allctl Alexander Bathurst. Esq. (sec 
H •■ ve, Until r Fart llathur*!).— Ilyann, DujftAot, Surrey . 
.». Un iv„„ r Crrscitt, s.w. 



Hon. Charles Bragge, M.P. (who assumed the name 
of Bathurst in 1804, on succeeding to the estate of 
Lydney, and d. 1831), by Charlotte, younrrest dau. 
of Anthony Addington, Esq., M.D., of Up Otterv, 
Devon; b. 1796; s. his brother Charles, 1863; m. 
1829 Mary Anne, 4th dau. of Matthew Khodes, Esq., 
and has, with other issue, 

* Cbarle=, a Magistrate for co. Gloucester; 6. lSHS: m. 1864 
Mary Elizabeth, only dan. of the late Lieut.-Col. Hay. 

Mr. Bathurst, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford 
(B.A. 1818, M A. 18221, is Lord of the .Manor of 
Lydney. The Braise family w, ro formerly of Clove 
Hill, near Bristol, previously from Essex. Benjamin 
Bathurst, Esq., great-grandfather of the present owner, 
and youngest brother of the 1st Lord Bathurst, pur- 
chased the estate of Lydney from the family of Wintour. 
— Lydney Park, Gloucestershire. 

BATSON, Stan-lake Ricketts, Esq., of Horse- 
heath Lollop, Cambridgeshire. 
Eldest son of the late Stnnlake Batson, E«q., of IIor«e- 
heath Lodge, and of Mixbury, Oxon, by Isabella, only 
dau. of the late George lN.yntz Ricketts. Esq., < lort n - 
of Barbados; 1H19 ; i-. 18o7; m. IStil Gertrude 
Juliana Louisa, elder dau. of the Ri_-ht lion. Henry 
T. Lowry-Corry. M.P. (whom see). Is J R. and D.L. 
for co. Cambridge (High ShcrifV 1 SOT). — ILrsehmth 
J.f'dqe, IXntbn, Cambridgeshire , Boodle' t and Arthut'j 
Clubs, S.W. 

BATT, RoHEltT Nahcissi s, Esq., of I\mh sbnni, 
1 )oAvnshiro. 

Only son of the la*e Robert Butt. Esq., of Purdyjburtl 
f«ho was a .T.R. and I'.L. tor co. l'own. and High 

Sheriff 1846), by Charlotte, dau. of Samuel Wood, Esq., 
of Upton, co. Chester; b. 1811; 1864: m. 1366 
Marion Emily, eldest dau. of .Sir E. S. Walker. Knt., 
ot' Berry Hill. Notts, Mr. Butt, who was ctliirutevl nt 
Harrow and Trinity ('oil., Cam I rrlge, re prc-cnts a 
family settle I iii Ireland since the tune of Cron.uill. 
— i'urdysbur'i, Btf/tutf Jtittior ( <irll< n Club, s.w. 

BATT, Thomas, Esq., of RatLmaUati, oo. 
I >otiegtil. 

Only SOn of the lato Thomas R.itt. F.s.-| . of Rathmullan. 
by i'.lirabeth, dnu. of Hubert Wnddell, Es,).. of Ulaod- 
d'errv, co. l'own ; b. ISlii, .< 183?; M, 18M Charlotte, 
oldtat dau. of tho Veil Bdmond II. Halrymplc Knox, 
Archdeacon of Kill. doe, and lt.i«, with • tlur issue. 
• ThoniRs Brtnnnd, b. is.%4. 
■ Mr. Halt, who wn« rdncOtcd at Trinity Ml., <'»ni 

bridga (8.A. 1837, M v. utoi, u » Maci-ti >te for 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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Donegal (High Sheriff 1S411. This family is descended 
from a common ancestor with theBatts of Purdysburn. 
— RathnatUan, Strabane, co. Donegal. 

BATTEX. Edmlnd CHISHOLM-, Esq., of 
Thorn Eaulcon, Somerset. ■ 
Second son of the late John Batten, Esq., of Hollands 
and Thorn Faulcon, by Sarah, dau. of John Copeland, ! 
Esq., of Iver, Bucks ; b. 1S17 ; in. 1813 Jemima, only j 
si:-ter of the late Chisholm of Chisholm, of Erchless 
Castle, co. Inverness (whoso name they assumed by 
Roj-al licence, on the death of her brother, witliout 
issue, in 18.38), and has, with other issue, 

* James Forbes, b. 1847. 
Mr. Batten, who was educated at Edinburgh and 
Oxford, and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 
1812. is a Magistrate fur co. Inverness, and Lord of 
the Manor of Thorn Faulcon. — Thorn Faulcon, Ta<ntton ; 
Aigais, Bcaulj, Inverncss-sltire ; Athenceum Club, s.w. ; 
9, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, v. .c. 

I 

BATTEX, Herbert Butler, Esq., of Hollands, 
Somerset. 

Son of the late John Batten, E^q., of Thorn Faulcon 
and Hollands, Somerset (J. P. and D.L.), by Sarah, dau. 
of John Copeland, Esq., of Iver, Bucks, and Lingfield 
Lodge, Surrey; b. 1820; )/<. 18o8 Elizabeth, only dau. j 
of the late Rev. W. Ph'elips, of CucUington, Somerset, 
and sister of William Phelips, Esq., of Montacutc 
House, Somerset, and has, with other is;ue, 

* Herbert Pliclips, b. 1859. 
Mr. H. B. Batten is a Magistrate for Somerset, and 
Dorset, and Capt. 1st Somerset Militia. — Holland*, ', 
Yeovil; Windham Club, s.w. 

BATTEX, John, Esq., F.S.A., of Cpcerne, 
Dorset, and Fairlt c, Isle of Wight. 
Eldest son of the late John Batten, Esq., J. P. and D.L.. 
of Thorn Faulcon, Somerset, by Sarah, dan. of John 
Copeland, Esq.; b. 1815; s. 1804$ m. 1811 Grace 
Eleanor, only surviving dau. of John White, Esq., of I 
Upcerne, Dorset, and I'airlee, Isle of Wight 'to whose 
property she succeeded on the death ot her brother 
18G5), and has, with other issue, 

* John, b. 1843. 

Mr. Batten is Patron of the livings of Thorn Faulcon, 
Somerset, and Upcerne, Dorset. — Upcerne House, < ■ 'Mr, 
Dorset; Fairlee House, Newport, Isle of li'i^ht ; Aldar, 
Yeovil, Somerset. 

HATTERSB Y, Geokge, Q.C., LL.D., of Longli 
Bane, CO. West meal h. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Battersby, Esq., of New- 
castle, Co. Menlhy by Margurel Catherine, eldest dau of 
( leorge Hot Ik ram, Esq., of Crossdrum, co. Month; b. 
1802; s. 1S39; m. 1830 Charlotte Sarah, dau. of Ha- 
lite Right 11. >n. John Rudcliff, LL.D., Judgi ol the 
Prerogative Court in Ireland, and has, with oilier 
issue, 

* Tliomns Onnrro. r,T,.t>., ISOJ: in, i cr: I Qeorfrlnna Maria, 
dun. of the Inn I. lent. -t el. w [111 mi Mldilli Mi. 

Mr. Battersby. who was educated itt Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B. A. 18211). was of Lincoln's Inn. and pull -I t.. 
I ho Bar of Ireland 182ft j appoint..! a Queen'* CoMl»el 
1811; is a Magistrate for ens. SVvstim atli. Meath, Mid 
Cavun ; and Judge of the Consist oria I CuOPI if Ihil lin. 
This family has been settled in Mcatll *iliee ItiNH, 
— Louyft Sane, Collinntpwit, co. West twth; Kilt/art 
Strett Club, Dublin ; /.i, .-on Street, /'.. '•/,. i. 

BATTERSBY, Tugma . E»q„.of 0ukfi«ld Place, 

co. Antrim. 

Fldc-I ion Of the bite Richard Pvt. i-hv. E*q , ..f 0„k- 

field 1*1 vr, bjr Ellen Carr, dim. Of the \a'i John »'...••. .a. 
02 



Esq., of Liverpool; b. 1819; s. 1858; m. 1860 EH; 
3rd dau. of the late Francis George Charles BriainJ 
Esq., of Highbury, Middlesex, and has issue, 

* Edith Ellen. 

Mr. Battersby, who was educated at Belfast Coll., is a 
Magistrate for the co. of the town of Carrickf. : , 
(High Sheriff 1860). This family ^ere for e 
generations largely connected with the commerce of 
Belfast. — Oakjidd Place, Carrickftrgus. 

BATTERSBY- HARFORD. (See Harford.) 

BATTIS COMBE, the Rev. Richard, of Hacton 
Hall, Essex. 
Eldest son of the late Eobert Battiscombe, E-q., of 
Windsor, Berks (who d. 1839), by Susan, dau. of the 
Rev. Nicholas Griffinhoofe, Bector of Stoke Newington, 
Middlesex; b. 1798; m. 1823 Anne, dau. of the Rev. 
Cliarh-s Marshall, Rectur of Lawhitton, Cornwall, and 
by her (who d. 1862) has, with other issue, 

* Robert Charles, b. 1S24; m. 1S56 Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
Patrick James Fahy, Esq., of Ilorncuurch, Esses. 

Mr. Battiscombe, who was educated at Eton and 
Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1819, M.A. 1823). holds 
the sinecure Rectory of Southmere, Norfolk, and was 
formerly British Chaplain at Genoa. This family were 
formerly of Veres YVotton, near Bridport, for which 
borough John Battiscombe was M.P. teiiip. Henry VI. 
The eslate of Veres Wotton has been in the family 
since 1 433.— Hacton Hall, Upminste*, Romford. 

BATTY, the Rev. Edward, of Ballyhealy, co. 
Westmeath. 
Second surviving son of the late Philip Batty, Esq., of 
Ballyliealy, by Catherine, dau. of Gaynor Barry. E-q., 
of Beau, co. Dublin, and brother of E-pinc Baity. Es j. 
(wkom see); b. 179"; nr. 1st 1823 Mary Ann. widow 
of Capt. Robert Caulfetld, E.N. ; 2nd 1830 Catharine, 
dau. of John Kincaid. Em]., M.D., H.E.LC.'s Service, 
and has, by his 2nd wife, with other issue, 

• Philip Edward, Sub- Inspector of Constabulary ; b. 1S34. 
Mr. Batty, who was educated at Trinitv Coll., Dublin 
( B.A. 18191. is life owner of Ballyliealy.— Ealhjhcalu, 
Dclvin, co. Westmeath, and the Vicarage, Dclvin. 

BATTY, EsPIXE, Esq., of Ballyliealy, co. West- 
meat li. 

Eldest surviving son of the lata Philip Battv, Esq., of 
Pallvhealv, by Catharine, dau of Ghiynor Barry, Esq . 
of Bean, eo. Dublin; «. his brother ITitzherbert 1817; 

.■. IM IS '..: .bum Hiirris, dau. of Michael Harris. E-q.; 
2nd 1833 Belissn, dau. of John Smylv, Esq, Q.C. ; 
"id 1803 Maria, dau. of Robert Wilson, Esq., of co. 
Dublin, mid has issue, 

• I'-l-inc l'ltiherbeft, b. 1881. 
Mr. Battv. who was educated nt Eton nnd Brasenose 
dill., Oxford culled to the Iiish Bar 1 S 10, and wont 
the Home Circuit there; wns formerly Counsel to the 
Irish (Government) Office, London. This family 
originally came from Englnnd, and settlrd «t the 
ti t.i m- -•> ii o( II.HUiealv about the year H'.'.'O — Salfjf 
'••"''/. J /> lt:n,co. IWtia t.ifh , S:\ Sh/tkcn't Greet 
l'!a»(, Dublin, 

HATTY12, William Walker, Esq., of suelton 

Hull, nnd Croslarnl Manor, Yorkshire. 
I*.lde»1 '..n of the l ito Riehard Billtvr, l".-q . of ( >>«• 
la. id M .nor, by Mu v. eldctt d ;u. of Wilbam Walker, 
Kv( . of Uuddei sii, Id j 1790; s. 1829; m. 1827 
Margaret, only child of John Schoh Hold, ]".sq., of 1UI1 



. ii ir. - m p|itc«l (vpmeiiUtta oi tht fumit, bat, for Ml 

I ' ' ' '• " ' H.p Mfliel. n »n I csi»i» to hi » ooit breitirr, " • 
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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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Croft Wakefield, and Las, with otber issue, an only I 
i-on, 

• Kichnrd, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple; b. 1834; 
m. 1866 Frances, eldest daii. of James J. Bibby, Esq., of < 
Standfield, near Liverpool. 

Mr. Battye is a Magistrate for the N. and W. Ridings : 
of York-hire, and Lord of the Manor of North Croslaud. i 
—Skelton Hall, York. 

+ BAUMGARTNEK, Edward Jocelys, Esq.,; 
of Godmanchester, Hunts. 
F.ldcst son of the late John Thomas Baumgartner. Esq., I 
of Godmanchester ; b. IS — . Is a Magistrate for Hunts. : 
This family is of foreign Huguenot extraction. — God- j 
Manchester, Huntingdon. 

+ BAUMGARTNER, John Percy, Esq., of 
Milton House, Cambridgeshire. 
Eldest son of the late John Thomas Baumgartner, Esq., | 
M.D., of Milton House; b. 1814. Is a Magistrate for 
co. Cambridge. This family is of Bavarian extraction, j 
Mr. Baumgartner is descended, through his grandmother; 
from Trvce Percy, the lineal descendant and represen- 1 
tative of Thomas Percy, the gunpowder conspirator, who I 
was great-grandson of Henry, 4th Earl of Xortaumber- j 
land, K.G. \ — Mi'ton, Cambridge. 

ffiir Pres., his broth ?r Edward Joscelyn, Barri=ter-at-law ' 
of the Middle Temple; ''. 1S17: in. 1851 Catherine, 
youngest dan. of the lata William Taylor, Esq., of Histon, j 
co. Cambridge (she d. 1854). 

BAWTREE, John, Esq., of Abberton, Essex. 
Son of the late John Bawtree, Esq., of Colchester (who | 
d. 1824), by Jane, dau. of James Ram, Esq. ; b. 1793 ; j 
vi. 1816 Mary, dau. of Jehoshaphat Postle, Esq., of 
Colney Hall, near Norwich, and has, with other issue, 

• John, a Magistrate for Essex ; t>. 1817; m. 1812 Helen, 
younger dan. of the late James luglis, Esq., of Norwood, 
Surrey, arid has issue. 

Mr. B.iwtree, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for Essex, a Magistrate for 
the Borough of Colchester, and a Banker at Colchester. 
— Abberton, Colchestir. 

BAXENDALE, Joseph, Esq., of Woodside, 
Middlesex. 

Son of the late Josiah Baxendale, Esq., of Lancaster 
(who d. 1834), by Mabella, dau. of Thos. Salisbury. 
Esq., of Marslifield House, co. York; b. 178"); m. 1815 | 
M iry, dau. of John Birh y, Esq., of Blackburn, and has, 
with other issue, 

• Joseph Hornby, b. 1817 j m. 1810 Elisabeth Mary, only dau. 
ot the late William Brockodon, Esq., F.R.S. 

Mr. Baxendale is a J.P. and D.L, for Middles, v. and a 
Mu.'islrato for Herts fttid the Liberty of St. Ail ball's. 
— Ww>dsidc, Whetstone, Middlesex ; 16, Parle Village 

Wilt, N.W. 

BAXTER, Sir David, Bart., of Kilmaron 
Castle, Fifeshire fcr. L8G3). 
Second son of the late William Buster, Esq., of rial- 

f ivies, eo. Forfar, by Elizabeth'* dau. of Fdwnnl 

WtJrrvll, Esq., of Htusel Hull, eo. York; b. 1703; ui. 
'^ '•3 E izubeth, dau. of Robert Montgomerie, Esq., of 
Hirimholl, CO, Ayr. Is D J.P. and D.L. for CO. 1'il'e, a 
Mt'ltistTHte for co. t'orfUT, and n Mi Hiant at Dundee, 
■ hd, union Castle, and Rulgtirvie, Cupar, Ftftsklrt, 
•VA. ; 6, Mm ay Plate, Edinburgh, 

BAXTER, James, Esq., of Sibdon Oastle, 
Shropshire, 

D«l> « >n of i Un Into James Fleming Baxter, I | . of 
s d Um Clllllcj b. 1H05; I, 18.10, in. 183.1 Francos, 

S BM ' Ciillertano i Top. rt OwkiI.' 11. Oil. 



eldest dau. of Thomas White, Esq., of Ludlow, co. 
Salop, and has, with other issue, 

* Henry Fleming, in Holy Orders, II. A. of Brasenose <'■/.! 
Oxford, and Curate of Bromfieltl, Salop; 6. 18 18. 

Mr. Baxter is" a J.P. and D.L. for co. Salop, Lord of th i 
Manor of Sibdon, and Patron of that living. — Sibdon 
Castle, Xewtun, Shrewsbury. 

BAXTER, William Edward, Esq., of Ashcliff, 
Eorfarshire. 
Eldest son of Edward Baxter, Esq., of Kincaldrum and 
Dundee, by Euphemia, dau. of W. "Wilson, Esq. ; >>. 
18:1.3: w. 1817 Jessie, dau. of J. Home Scott, E-q. 
Educated at Dundee and University of E iinbuigh ; is 
a Merchant at Dundee, and a J.P. and D.L. lor co. 
Forfar, and has been M.P. for Montrose since ISo-i. 
— Ashdiff, Dundee, N.B.; H, Sussex Gardens, Hyde 
Park, w. 

BAYLEY, Sir John Edward George, Bart., 
(cr. 1834). 

Eldest son of the late Right Hon. Sir John Bayley, 
Bart, (many years one of the Judges of the Court of 
King's Bench), by Elizabeth, dau. of John Markett, 
Esq., of Meopham Lodge, Kent ; b. 1793 ; 5. 1841 ; rn. 
1st 1822 Charlotte, dau. of John Minet Eector, Esq., 
M.P.. of Kearsnej- Abbey, Kent ; 2nd 185-5 Selina, dau. 
of Col. Marlay (she d. 1863). Is a Barrister of the 
Northern Circuit (called 183.)). — Union Club, s.w. ; 
2, Essex Court, Temp'e, e.c. ; Stanhope Lodge, Kcnsing- 
ton Gore, "w. 

Heir, his eon John Robert Laurie Emilius, in Hr>ly Orders; 
b. 1823; m. 185-5 Marianne Sophia, dau. of Ed.vard Royd 
Rice, Esq., of Dane Court, Kent. 

BAYLEY, Bichaed, Esq., of Castle Dyke, York- 
shire. 

Eldest s:>n of the late Richard Bayley. Esq.. of Broom- 
field. near Sheffield, by Ellen, only child of Philip 
Uni t, Esq., of Wakefield; b. 1801; 1820. Is a 
Magistrate for co. Derby, the W. Hiding of Yorkshire, 
and for the Borough of Sheffield. This family were 
formerly of Dum-hmvh, eo. Warwick, and removed 
early in the 17th century into York-hire. Nicholas 
Bailey, D.D., of Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge. w..s an 
ance tor of this family. He was Private Chaplain to 
Charles I., and was supposed to be the real author of 
the ' Ikon Bisilike." In the spelling of the name the y 
appears substituted for i about o century aco. — Custie 

by he, Lech sail, Sh-ficld. 

BAYLEY, \Yir n.\u RurxiSR, Esq., of Cotford 

[louse, Devon. 
Only child of the late Rev. William Bayley. of I.yn- 
combe, Rub. by Dorothea, dau. of Daniel Ayrey. F^q.. 
of Southwark ; b. 1813 : Ml. 1335 Flora Bower, dau. of 
Lieut -General Hector Monro, of Ldmondsh.ini, D( rs< t, 
and has is~n.-. 

• V.'llHam ttntfer, M A. of Oriel Coll., Oxford, Rort"r of 
C liaduell. K«MXi 6. 18-ai; m. lst,:. fcutan. dau. of LJwunl 
Harvey, K-*»|.. of Brixton, Surrey. 

Mr. It lylev, u ho WAS < ducat. <d ut Queen's Coll . Oxford, 
is n Magistrate for Devon. This Attnilt ttefe form, r'y of 
Swiiidi.n. Wilts, and Stuektou, CO. Durham. — ( • /.<r.i 
Houkt\ Sidbury, SidmOHtk ; Coutereatitt C?l b, s.w. 

BAYLTS, the Rot, Edward, of Hcdgcrler, 
Bucks. 

Son of tilt late F-lward Rivli«, K^q.. of HedL'^rlev mho 

wtoK J.P.nnd D.L for Middi.-vx. ni»l i Cutnmissionet 
of Taxi s>, by BUmbeth Don t liy, dm. of Thomai Rigbv, 

F.nq. ; b. isio ; ls»»7. Fdue'ated «t St John's C.-li . 
Oftmbfidgt (11 \ 1830, M \. L842)| i» RevtoT of 
He.lp.'rley, Rod PHtfOD ot that living. — WrW trttf, 
Ger,ir<r» CroM . 6, Ol 'Midge /Vrr. or. //.-.,V /\t<-. w 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Bea 



BAYLY, Lady. 

Martha, dau. of A. C. Fjsher, Esq. ; m. 1829 (as 2nd! 
wife) Sir Heury Bayly, K.H. ( who d. 1867), leaving, j 
with other issue, * Vere Temple, Capt. 51th Foot; b. 
1831; /«. 18G2 Lucy Harriet, 2nd surviving dau. of: 
"William Sacheverell Coke, Esq., of Langton Hall, | 
Notts. — Burly Villa, Lyme Reyes, Dorset ; o, Queen's i 
Square, Bath. 

BAYLY, Edward Sym.es, Esq., of Ballyartlmr, 
co. Wicklow. 
Eldest son of the late Eev. Henry Lambart Bayly, of I 
Ballyarthnr, by Selina, dau. of Sir Charles Levin^e, j 
Bart", of Knockdrin Castle, co. AVestmeath ; b. 1807;] 
a. 1827; rn. 1835 Catherine, youngest child of the i 
Right Hon. Maurice Fitzgerald, Knight of Kerry, and | 
has, with other issue, 

* Henry Nicholas, b. 1SJ3. 

Mr. Bayly, who was educated at Harrow, and formerly 1 
Caiit. 34th Foot, is a J.P. and D.L. for eo. Wicklow i 
^High Sheriff 1837); is Lieut. -Col. Commandant 
"YVicklow Ritles, and Vice. -Lieut, of co. Wicklow. This | 
family are descended from Sir Nicholas Bayly, B.irt.,ot'j 
Plasnewed, co. Anglesey, grandfather of Henry, 1st 
Marquis of Anglesey. — Bdllt/arthur, Ovoca, co. Wick- 
low ; Kildare street Club, Dublin. 

BAYLY, John, Esq., of Debsborough, co. 
Tippcrary. 

Eldest son of the late John Bayly Esq., of DebsboroiiL'h 
(who was a J.P. and D.L. for co. Tipperary, High 
Sheriff 184.5), by his 1st wife Catherine, youngest dau. j 
of Thomas Yates, Esq., of Bury, co. Lancaster; b. 1830; 1 
s. 1865; in. 1857 Mary Anno Charlotte, dau. of the! 
late Daniel Barrington, Esq., of Limerick, and has, with 
. other issue, 

» John, 6. 18-38. 

Mr. Bayly, who was educated at Eton and Trinity j 
Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for co. Tipperary, I 
and late Capt. 1st Duke of Lancaster's Own Ilegt. of! 
Militia. — Dcbsborouyh, Xcnayh, co. Tipperary; Kildare ', 
Street Club, Dublin. 

BAYNHS, Sir William John Walter, Bart., 
of Coombe Wood, Surrey (cr. 1801). 
Eldest son of tho late Sir William Baynes. Bart., by j 
Julia, dau. of tho late General Sir John Smith, Knt., 
R.A. ; b. 1820; s. as 3rd Bart. 1866 : m. 1815 Margaret, 
dau. of Daniel Stuart, Esq., of Wykeham Park, t'xon. 

Sir William represents an ancient Yorkshire family 

— Coombe Wood, Kibtgston-oii'Th'a./ites } 25, Portltmd 
Place, w. 

llrir, his sen Christopher William, b. 18ii. 

BAYNES, Sir ROBEUT Lamiiert, K.C.B. (cr. 
1860). 

Son of the lute Capt. Baynes, R.N. ; b. 1706 ; m. 1816 
tho Hon. Frances, 4th dau. of tho 1st, Lord lion man. 
Entered the Navy 1810, became Capt. 1828, Admiral ol 
the Fleet 18(15; served tit Nuvarino ; is also a Knight I 

of tho Order of the Redeemer of Greece II altham\ 

House, CI (/'ton Itoad, Brighton ; United Sirvict club,, 
s.w. 

BAYNES, tho Rev. Adam, <.f Adstock, Backs. 

Only son of the late ReV. William Baynes, M \ , ol 
Knowstrop Hall, co. Yfirk, Hector of Richenhilll, Suf- 
folk, by Penelope, dan. of — Dove, Esq., of l?yo. 
Suffolk; h. 1781; .i. to iho family estate of Knnwntr , ( . 
Hall, 1827; mi. 1811 LTtirrioi Sophia, duu. ol William 

RoSS, I'.-q., and has i - PHO, 

* Ailum, b. 1813. 

Mr. Duynos, who row educated at Bury St. Edmund'r 
and Sidney Sns-.'\ Cull., Cambridge (B.A. 1807), an 

pointed ReUlOr Of AdstOUk, Bucks, in ISO',) is a \| ii'is- 

01 I 



trate for Bucks. This family were seated at Know- 
strop for many Generations ; the first authentic notio; 
being of Robert Baynes, standard-bearer to Henry VIII. 
at the taking of ' Bullen' (ride Thoresby's ' History of 
Leeds '). — Adstock, Buckingham. 

BAYTXES, Johx, Esq., of Claremont Hall, Lan- 
cashire. 

Eldest son of Thomas Baynes, Esq., by Isabella, dau. 
of William Farrer, Esq., of Lancaster; b. 1815; m. 
1840 Thomasine, eldest dan. of John Hutton, Esq, of 
Lancaster, and has, with other issue, 

» Thomru Hctton. B.A. St. John's Coll., Cambridge; b. 1814. 
Mr. Baynes is a Magistrate and an Alderman of Black- 
burn, and was Mayor for the year 1853-9 ; also a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Lancaster, and Major 5th Lancashire 
Artillery Volunteers. This family is descended from 
an ancient York-hire family of the same name. — Clare- 
mont Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire. 

BAYNLXG, Lady, of Honino-ham Hall, Norfolk. 
Emma, only dau. of the late William Henry Fellow s. 
Esq., of Ramsey Abbey. Hunts, by Emma, 4th dau. of 
the late Richard Benvon, Esq., of Euglefield House. 
Berks ; m. 1842 Henry AVilliam Powiett, 3rd Lord 
Bayning, who d. s.-p. 1806, w hen his title became ext. 
The late peer, who was descended from a common an- 
cestor with the Marquis TownshenJ and Viscount Sydnev, 
assumed the name of Pow'ett in lieu of Townshend iu 
1823. — Honinylvtm Hall, Xorwich. 

BAYTOX, John, Esq., of Wyke, Sussex. 

Son of the late Rev. William S. Bay ton, Vicar of Ford, 
Sussex, by Martha, dau. of W. Guy, Esq. : h. 1819 ; m. 
1813 Georgians, dau. of the Lite Charles Harison, Esq., 
of Seaford, Sussex, and has, with other issue, 

• Willinm Stevens, b. 18.".:). 
Mr. Bayton is a Magistrate for Sussex. — Wyke House, 
near Chichester, Sussex. 

BAZLEY, Thomas, Esq., of Hayesleigh. Lanca- 
shire, and Eynsham Hall, Oxfordshire. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Bazl> y, Esq., of Gilnow, 
co. Lincastcr (who d. 1815), by Anno, dau. of C. 
Hilton, Esq., of Bolton-lc-Moors; b. 1797; m. 1 SJS 
Mary, 2nd dau. of Sebastian Nash, Esq., of Clayton, 
and has, with other issue, 

• 1'homns Sebastian, of Agden HnH, near Wnrrinet^n, » 
Mngistrato for co. Chester; b. 1819; m. 1S55 Elizabeth, 
Stirt cti-.ii. of Robert Gardner, Esq., of Chaseloy, aiid has 
with other issue. •Thorons, b. isc i. 

Mr. Bai lev, wlio was educated at the Grammar-school, 
Bolton, is a J.P. and D.L. for CO. Lancaster, .\ Magis- 
trate for Oxon. and Lord <>t ti e Munorof Eynsham; he 
was appointed a Member ol the Royal Commission for 
the Exhibition of 1851 ; Member of tho Roval Com- 
mission for the Amalgamation of the Laws of the 
United Kingdom, 185%; Member of the Royal Commis- 
sion at Paris, 1855; has been M.P. for Manchester 
since 1858; was It years President of the Manchester 
Chamber of Commerce. — Hayeettigk, MtmekeMtti t »• 

sha.a Hall, Wilury, Oxon ; I'niuit Club, Manche.-i> r . 
Ilej'i r n Club, s.w. 

BEACH, Sir Michael Edwamj HICKS-, Bart., 
of Williatnstrip Park, Gloucestershire fcr. 
1619). 

Eldest con of the late Sir Michael H. Hickt-Bc chi 
Ilait., of Williumxtrip Park (who was M.P. for K> 
UloUCC-tcrallire 1853-4), by Harriot \ ittona. dau ( 
John StrUttOn, Esq,,, of bVrthinghoa LodgO, co. North- 
ampton; b. 1837; «, as stih Baronet ls.>t, IW 

fc'h.irlotte Susan, r'.d. st dau. of J, II 1. '.«■«, Esq. »»{ 

ColvRUournt i'urk, co. Gloucester (sho d. 1865V ' ' '' 
oatod at Hton mil Ch. Ch., Oxford (S, \ 1856, M * 

1801) i in a J.P. and D.L for CO. Ulou.est. r. Ix>p.l ti «' ■ 
Manor of Net heravou. « RovaJ N>>nh » . I. >n.-> -t . r - 



Bea] 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



[Bea 



ire Militia, and Patron of 2 livings ; elected M P. for BEAMISH, Bex jamix Swatn'e, Esq., of Mount 



E. Gloucestershire 1864, appointed Sec. of Poor-law 
Hoard 1868. The original name of this family was 
Hicks, and the additional name of Beach was assumed 
bv the grandfather of the late Baronet on his marriage 
with the dau. and heir of 'William Beach, Esq., of 
Nctheravon. — Wiiliamstrip Park, Fair/ord, Gloucester- 
shire; Sttheravon House, Amesbury, Wilts; Carlton and 
Arthur's Clubs, s.w. 

lleir /»res.,his brother William Frederick, b. 1S41 ; m. 1865 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of T. Tyrrwliict-Drake. Esq., of Sbar- 
dcloes, Bucks, and has, with other issue, "William, 6. 1866. 

BEACH, William Wither Beamston', Esq., of 
Oakley Hall, Hants, and Keevil, Wilts. 
Eldest son of the lato William Beach, Esq., of Oakley 
Hall, formerly M, P. for Malmcslmry (who took by 
Royal licence the name of Beach only, instead of 
Hicks-Beach), by Jane Henrietta, dau. of John Browne, 
Esq., of Salperton, co. Gloucester; b. 1826; s. 1856; 
m. 1857 Caroline Chichester, youngest dau. of the late 
Col. Clevland, of Tapeloy Park, Devon, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Archibald William Hicks, b. 1859. 
Mr. Beach, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852), is a Magistrate for 
Hants, Capt. Hants Yeomanry Cavalry, Lord of the 
Manors of Keevil, Deane, and Church Oakley, and 
Patron of 2 livings; ho has been M.P. for N. Hants 
sinco 1857. — Oakley Hull, Basingstoke; Keevil House, 
Trowbridge; Carlton and Boodles Clubs, s.w. 

BEALE, Samuel, Esq., of Warfield Grove, 
Berks. 

Son of William Boale, Esq., of Camphill, Birmingham ; 
b. 1803; m. 1st 1823 Emma, dan. of the. Rev. E. 
Butcher, of Sidmouth, Devon ; 2nd 18.36 Mary, dau. of 
John Johnson, Esq., of Field House, Chester. Is a 
Magistrate for Berks and for co. Warwick ; Chairman 
of the Midland Railway ; was M.P. for Derby 18.57-65. 

— Warjield Grove, Bravknel, Berks ; Reform Clttb, s.w.; 
10, Park Street, Westminster, s.w. 

BEALE, Thomas Baruot, Esq., of Brcttenham 
Park, Suffolk. 
Second son of the late Daniel Beale, Esq., of Millfield 
IInu:.o, Edmonton, and Fitzrov Square, London, by : 
Elizabeth, only child oi Paul Barbot^ Esq., of London"; 
b, 1805; m. 1838 Jane, dau. of E. C. Hill, Esq., of 
London, and has, with other issue. 

• Pnniel Chn.nncey, b. 1K4'.', educated at Eton and Exeter] 
Cult,, Oxford, 

Mr. Beale, who was educated at Winchester, is n j 
-Magistrate for Suffolk, and Lord of the Manor of 
llrettcnhatn j he was formerly a member of l ho Bengal 
Civil Service. This family originally came from Kent. 
iii which county they formerly possessed considerable 
landed property, some of which the)' still retain. 

— Urettmhatn Park, Bi/deston ; Union Club, s.w. 



Beamish, co. Cork. 
Eldest surviving son of the late John Samuel Beamish 
Esq., of Mount Beamish, by Arabella, dau. of Benjamin 
Swayne, Esq. ; b. 1S06 ; s. 1S52 : m. 1812 Cherry Mar- 
garet, dau. of Thomas Little, Esq., M.D., LL.D., of 
Sligo. Represents one of the elder branches of tho 
Beamish family. — Mount Bcamisk, near Bandon, and 
Kathmakon, Blaekrock, co. Cork. 

+ BEAMISH, Charles, Esq., of Delaeour, co. 
Cork. 

Fifth son of the late William Beamish, E c q., of Beau- 
mont House, co. Cork, by Anne Jane Margaret, dau. of 
Robert De-la-Cour, Esq. ; b. 180-. Is a Magistrate for 
co. Cork. — Delaeour, Killandrish, co. Cork. 

BEAMISH, Francis Bernard Seryixgton, Esq., 
of Grenville House, co. Cork. 
Son of the late Francis Bernard Beamish, Esq., 'M.P., 
of Grenville House, by the Hon. Catherine, dau. ot tho 
late Capt. the Hon. Michael De Courcy, R.X., and sister 
of 28th Lord Kingsale; b. 1839; "s. 1808; m. 1S62 
Catherine Phoebe, dau. of Col. Broadley, of Belle 
Vue, co. Cork. Represents a younger branch of the 
Beamishes of Palace Anne. — Grenville House, Cork; 
Elm Grove, Dawlish, Devonshire. 

BEAMISH, North Ludlow, Esq., K.H., F.R.S., 
of Ann Mount, co. Cnrk. 
Third son of the late William Beamish. Esq., of Beau- 
mont House, Cork, by Anne Jane Margaret, dau. of 
Robert De-la-Cour, E-q., of Short Castle, co. Cork ; b. 
1797; m- 1841 Aline .Marie, dau. of Dev. John Eric 
Forsstrom, M.A., and of Petronella Elizabeth, dau. and 
heir of Casparus Adrianus Robertson, Governor of 
Voorschooten and Vcur, in Holland, and has, with 
other issue, 

* North Ludlow Axel, b. 1S42. 
Mr. Beamish, who was educated at Roval Military 
Coll., Sandhurst, and appointed Lieut. -Colonel a !a 
Suite in the Hanoverian service 1802. is a Magistrate 
for co. Cork (High Sheriff of city of Cork 1855); was 
formerly Capt. 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, 
and Major unattached. This family descend from a 
Norman follower of William I., settled in Ireland 
temp. Elizabeth, and they have established their de- 
scent from Kins: Edward I. 
Charlemagne. — Ann Mount, 
United & wire Club, s.w. 



and from the Emperor 
Xew Gianni ire, co. Cork; 



son of tho late Georgn 
bv Catherine, dan. of 



Esq., of Hentb 



UK ALE, Thomas SaLVVEY, 
[louse, Shropshire 
KMfSt con of tho late Thomas Boale. Esq., of Heath BEAMISH, 
House, by Constance [subollii, dau. of the late Richard 
fcdway, Esq., of Moor Park, co. Salop; h. lsn; ; i, 
m. 1843 Elizabeth, dnu, of W. Cordon, E q . ol 
Hi thy, Hnd has, with other issue, 

• Whiter tlulwcy, t. ism. 
Mr Reale, who was educated at Finn, is Lord of the 

M >a..r of Hopton Cattle and Patron of that living; he 
vi- t .rtnerlv In til© tiHth Rcttt. This family 1, |t| H 

""I '"" Castle for upward* of 200 

II- /.M./W 



BEAMISH, Richard, Esq., of Beaumont House, 
co. Cork. 

Second but eldest, surviving 
Beamish. Esq., of Gloghei 
Henry Baldwin, Esq., ot Lissard; h. 1790; s. 1855; 
vi. 182'.* Susan Beeher, 'Jnd surviving dau. of Richard 
Hungorford, Esq, I* a Magistrate for co. C<>rk; 
repiesrnts a younger btnUch of the IVnmishcs of 
Pa luce Anne. Tho original name of this family was 

Beaumont, corrupted into tWuiish, widen is Bonunrant 
translated into Li i- h, vis., 1 Dual ai».' — Beaumont //<>««•, 
/,<.«■ •</«»«•, Otvnakiitth <■<>. Cork. 



RoninT De-la-Coir. Esq., of 



iHri/on, 



V" on, — ll<-ath 



Second but eldest surviving son of the lata Wiiliam 

BtNllllisIl, Esq., Of Deauntunl Motive, bv Anne Jane 
Mali-. net, (tan. <>f Robert IV-la-t 'our. I v q . ol' Mi, it 
Castle, co. Cork; b. 1701; |, his nrph. w 18i8, m. 
Marin Anna, dan. of tlie Into Lieut. -t'ol. MaedonaM. 
and lias, with olllrr insue, 
• Willlnm Pe U-Coiir.*. IS—. 

Mr Beamiah was High .Sheriff of cn. Cork 1S4I 

— DitenttS/, co. Cork. 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



[Bea 



BEAMISH, Thomas, Esq., of Kilmalooda j 

House, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of the late Sampson Beamish, Esq., by j 
Catharine, dau. of Rev. Thomas Waller Evans, Rector] 
of -Dunmanway, co. Cork; b. 180-2; s. 1843 ; m. 1829 j 
Lydia Maria, "eldest dau. of Capt, Andrew Poole, of 
Kilrush, co. Cork, and lias, with other issue, 

» Thomas, b. 1SU0. 
Mr. Beamish, who is a Magistrate for co. Cork, j 
represents a younger branch of the Beamislies of 
Palace Anne. — Kilmalooda House, Timoleague, co. Cork. I 

I 

+ BEAMISH-BER.XABD, George, Esq., of! 
Paflace Anne, co. Cork. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Richard Beamish. Esq., 
of Raharoon, bv Elizabeth, dau. of Arthur Bernard. 
E»q., of Palace" Anne; h. 1820 ; s. his brother 1S.36. 
AVas formerly an pffieer in the Army. Is head of the j 
family of Beamish. The additional name of Bernard j 
was assumed by the late owner on succeeding to the | 
estate of Palace Anne, under the will of his maternal j 
uncle, Thomas Bernard, Esq. — Palace Anne, Bandon, ; 
co. Cork. 

BEAN-GOURLAY, the late Mrs., of Kincraig, j 
Fifesliire. 

Catherine, dau. of the late William Gonrlav, Esq., I 
of Kincraig, by Catherine, dau. of Col. Philip Van- j 
Cortlandt ; s. her cousin 18-16; m. 1st 18- Capt. 
Roden Douglas, R.N. ; 2nd 18— James Bean, Esq., 
of Madeira. Mrs. Bean-Gourlay, who was Lady of the 
Barony of Kincraig, assumed the latter name in 1846 
under the will of her cousin, Miss Margaret Gourlay, 
and d. 1864. — Kincraig, Kite, Fifeshire. 

BEARCROFT, Edward, Esq., of Mere Hall, 
Wore e s t er si i i re . 
Eldest son of the late Edward Henry Bearcroft, Esq., 
of Mere Hall, by Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Bowen, 
Esq., of Pantyderry, co. Cardigan ; b. 181(5; 1838; 
vi. 1850 Eliza, 3rd dau. of Col. Colby*, of Fynono, co. 
Pembroke, and has issue, an only son, 

* Edward Hugh, 6. 1852; educated nt Eton. 

Mr. Bearcroft, who was educated at the R.M'. Colli, 
Sandhurst, is a J.P. and I>.L. for co. Worn ster I High 
Sheriff 18.V1). This family is of ancient Standing in 
co. Worcester, having possessed Mere Hall for upwnvds 
of five centuries. — Mtre Hall, Droitwich ; Union Clul>, 
s.w. 

J3EABDMORE, John, Esq., of Uplands. Hiints. 

Only son of the lair John Heiivdmorp. IC«q . , of I fpl iiu'Ih 
(who was J.P. utnl (». I,, for Hauls, nnd [Ugh Sheriff 
1846), by Mary Atme, only dau. of Ihe tide l'npt.| 
George Cooper Ridge, of Murden Park, Surrey; h, ism; . 
s. 1861. This family is id Somersetshire extraction. 
— Upland*, Fatthani, Hunt*. 

Heir /Vri., Ids sistri' PrnilOl j. 

BEARE, M.ijor WlU.IAM O'AnilKTT, of Holland 
House, Kent. 

Only surviving son of iho late Colonel Ileore, of 
Copestown, co. Cork, by Jam , dan. id' K Gore, 1 i . 
of Beverley; b, IftOfl; .«. I'KAllj ,,, 1830 Charlotte 

Haurn, dan. of ('h.iH'-i LiuWliUld Cotton, Kstq,, pf 
KiDg'gate, Isle of ThllllOt, "lid nil eo of J. PoWell 

Powell, Esq., of t)uex Park, Kent, nnd Park II. 'use, 
Fulham, Middlesex, uitd has Imuo, 

• Artlnir Cotton, V IS40. 

Major lioaro onteretl the Army in 1H'_Y>. and became 

Mnjor lHtn. Thin fatuity i- or French oxtrnction, nnd 
oatni fhwn Niirmiuidv with William l.. «rlio conferred 

the CoDeitOWtl nnd Other (States on the mid xtors of I 
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the present owner. — Holland House, Kingigale, I*!e <■• 
Thanet ; Junior Undid Service and lie form Club?, s.w.. 
34, Devonshire Place, Portland Place, v. 

BEASLEY, John, Esq., of Chapel Brampton. 
Northamptonshire. 
Son of the late Thomas Brfisley. Esq., of Thrussin,.-- in, 
co. Leicester, who was Lord of the Manor of that parish . 
b. 1801 ; m. 1820 Letitia, eldest dau. of the late R v. 
John Noble, and bv her (who d. 1863) has, with other 
issue, * Joseph Noble, b. 1839 ; m. 1862 Sophia Mary, 
2nd dau. of Thomas William Coventry, Esq., grandson 
of George, 6th Earl of Coventry. — Chapel Brampton 
Hall, Northampton. 

-f BEASLEY, Thomas Calvert, Esq., of Har- 
ston, Leicester. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Leicester. — Harston, Grrantham. 

BEATSOX, Mrs., of Rossend, Fifeshire. 

Eliza, 3rd dau. of John Baird, Esq., of Camelnn ; 
7n. 1S32 Alexander Campbell Beatson, Esq., of Ro»-i nd, 
Capt. Indian Army, who d. 1832. leaving an only and 
posthumous child, Alexander John, of Rosseud, who 
d. 1861.— Piossmd, Fifeshire, N.B. : 4, Circus Place 
West, Edinburgh. 

BEATTIE, Alexander, Esq., of Summerhill. 
Kent. 

Eldest surviving son of the Lite Alexander Beattie, 
Esq., by Helen, dau. of David Crawford, Esq., "t 
Edinburgh ; 1806 ; m. 1st 1835 Mary Anne Elizabeth 
Theresa, youngest dau. of the late Vice-Admiral Sir K. 
G. Colpoys, K.C.B. ; 2nd 1855 Jane, dau. of Richardson 
Purves, Esq., of Sunbury Place, Middlesex, and has 1 v 
the former, 

• Henry Eicbard, late Lieut. 52nd Foot ; b. 1838. 

Mr. Beattie, who was educated at Glasgow University, 
is a .Magistrate for Kent and Sussex; he was formerly 
an East India Merchant, in Calcutta. Liverpool, and 
London. — Summerhill, Chislchurst, Knit; 25. Warrior 
Square, St. Ltoiutrds-on-Sca ; National Club, s.w. 

BEATTY, David, Esq., of Borodale, Co. 
Wexford. 

Eldest son of the late Capt. David B.-atty. J.P., of 
Borodale (aPeuinsulnr officer), by Elizabeth, ebb st dau. 
of the late John Martin, Lsq., of Cork; b. 1S17 ; 
S. 1855; m. 1st 1888 his cousin Mary Elizabeth, only 
child and heir of Robert Longflcld, Esq.; 2nd 1847 
Letitia, widow of Jacob William Goff, Esq., of Hora- 
town House, co. Wi x foil I ; 3rd ]s,",i Charlotte Mar- 
gaivr, 4th dau. of the late Harry Alcock, Esq., of 
WTttou Castle, co. Wexford ; he has, by his 1st wife, 
Willi other it,suc, 

• 1>uvi 1 I. .n.:iV|,|, LtcUti 4th (Queen's Own) Hu^ars ; *> 
lmi. 

Mr. Beattyha? bpen Master of the Wexford Foxhound* 
siltCC 1812. — Borodttle, I'.nniscorthy, co. H i.rfi-rd. 

BEAUCIIAMP, Eari (Frkdkrick Lycos).- Cr 
1815. 

Third but only surviving ion of Usury Bo&uchaiupi 

4th Karl (who d. 18631, by t.elv Su-.oi VWH lino, *»<« 

dau. of Willium, 2nd Karl of St. Ovrinans, G.C.D. , 

ls:)0: .«. his brother 1806; M, 1808 l.a.ly Man-, only 

dau. of Philip Uenty, fith l«iri Stanhope, l>!ucati»l 
at EttJn and Ch. Ch., Oxfod (B.A, 1852), snJ •ft« , f* 

wards (d.-cted l'ellow of All Souls Coll. ; i« a J.P. »nJ 
D.L< for en. Worcester, and Pal ren ->f 4 IKSntfs; la'-" 
Capt. WoWrslerslri m Vnotuabrj C«t»ltTj \»a* M ■'• 
for T. wke-bury 1857-03, for \V> »t WttrCSStl tl 
1808-di The 4ih Uiirl sms n Ornaiul b the ArtHj". 

and MP. for nearly half a CCUtUr/. The f.iih.r 't 

the III Earl, Reginald Pinda*, Bsq M iwumi-d 

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his mother, dau. and heir of William Lygon, Esq., of 
Madresfield. — Madtcsfield Court, Great Malvern, Wor- 
cestershire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 13, Belgrade Square, 
S.W. 

BEAUCHAMP, Dowager Countess. 

Catherine, 3rd dun. and co-heir of Sarah, late Baroness 
Braye, by Robert Otvvay Cave, Esq., sometime M.P. 
for co. Tipperary ; in. 1st 1826 Henry Murra}', Esq. ; 
2nd 1850 John Reginald, 3rd Earl Beauchamp, who 
assumed the surname of Pindar only, and d. 18.33. 
— 14, Great Stanhope Street, w. 

+ BEAUCHAMP, George Edward, of Beech 
Hill, Berks. 
Is a Magistrate for Berkshire, and a Merchant at Read- 
ing. — Beech Hill, Reading ; Tketford, Norfolk ; Carlton 
Cii'.b, s.w. 

BEAUCHAMP. (See Proctor-Bcanchamp.) 

BEAUCLERC, George Robert, Esq., of King's 
Castle, Downshire. 
Third but second surviving son of the late Charles 
George Beauclerk, Esq., by Emily Charlotte, 2nd dau. 
of William Ogilvie, Esq.; b. 1803; m. 1861 Maria 
Sarah, dau. of Ralf Lonsdale, Esq., and has issue, 

• Georjriana and Caroline-Elizabeth. 

Mr. Beauclerc was formerly Capt. 23rd Royal Welsli 
Fusiliers (see Beauclerk of Ardglass Castle).— King's 
Castle, Ardgl/iss, Downshire. 

BEAUCLERK, Lord Frederick Charles 
Peter, of Little Grimsby Hall, Lincolnshire. 
Second son of William', 8th Duke of St. Alban's, by his 
2nd wife Maria Janetta, only dau. and heir of John 
Nellhorpe, Esq., of Little Grimsby Hall ; b. 1808 ; m. 
1 8 1 8 Jemima Eleanor, 6th dau. of the late J. Raymond 
Johnstone, Esq., of Alva, and has, with other issue, 

• William Nelthorpe, b. 1840. 

Lord Frederick is a Magistrate for co. Lincoln, a Capt. 
R.N., aud Lord of the Manor and Patron of Little 
Grimsby. — Little Grimsby Hall, Louth. 

BEAUCLERK, Audrey pe Verb, Esq., of Ard- 
glass Castle, Downshire. 

Only surviving son of the late Major Aubrey William 
Beauclerk, of St. Leonard's Lodge, Horsham (Who was 
M.P. for E. Surrey 183o-7), by his 1st wife, Ida, 3rd 
dau. of the lute Sir ('. Goring, Bart. ; h. 1830; *. 1 8 "»2 ; 
m. 18158 Evelyn SMldn, dau. of Henry FitaRoy, Esq., 
of Salcey Lawn, co. Northampton, and grand-dan. of 
Lord Henry FitzRoy (SOO Grafton), and has issue, 

• Sidney il" Vere, b. iscr,. 

Mr. Beauclerk, who was educated at Cheltenham and 
nt Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for en. 
Down (High Sheriff 1863), and Lord ot the M inor of 
Ardglass, This family is descended from a common 
ancestor with the Duke oi St. Al ban's. The late Major 
llyaucli-rk inherited Ardglass from his grandfather, 
William Ogilvie, Esq., who married the Duchess oi 
In iu.-ter, and who puichn ied tint estute in 1810, on the 
death ni' Lord I.eeaie, better Known as Lord Charles 
viltQnnMl.—fArdffhui Gtuti$, Donmahirti 8, Oniric* 

Strict, Berkeley Square, \V. 

Hr.At CLEUK, Frederick Edward, Ebo., of 
NVinchfield Etouao, I [ante, 

HI [<»l sou of t|„. !„(,. Charles William BenUclcrk, Esq. 
l<| 1. mid |) I,, for Hauls), who d. 1863, bv Penelope, 

dan .,f Rdwnrd Hulkcs, K»q. \ b. 18A2; (.his grand* 

• '•'■I'er, Lady Frederick Beau, lerk, 1800. Is Lord of 
1 " Manor of Wiiiehlield. - H'inch'UliI H,.„se, Hantt, 
II " I'm,, hi, brother Qhurltl St. John, h. MM, 

Ht ; .ArCLT?HK. (See under si. Alban't, Dukt •/.) 



BEAUFORT, Duke of (Hcxry Chaules Fit/. 
Roy Somerset, P.C., K.G.). — Cr. 1GS2. 

Eldest son of Henry, 7th Duke, K.G., by his 2nd wifo 
Emily, dau. of the late Culling Charles .Smith, li „ 
b. 1824; s. 1853; m. 1845 Lady Greorgiana Charlotte" 
dau. of Richard, 2nd Earl Howe. Educated at Eton • 
is Lord-Lieut, of co. Monmouth, a Magistrate for 
co. Brecon, aud J.P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester; a 
Lieut. -Col. unattached; Lieut. -Col. Gloucester-hire. 
Hussars, and Patron of 25 livings; late Capt. 7th Lijrht 
Dragoons; was M.P. for East Gloucestershire 1S46-5:j ; 
appointed Master of the Horse 1S66. The 1st Luke 
•was illegitimately descended from John of Gaunt, sou 
of Edward III. — Badminton, Chippenham ; Trot/ 
House, Monmouth; Llangattock Park, Brecon ; Carlton 
Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Kenry Adelhcrt 'WclHnsrton, Marquis of 'Wor- 
cester, Cornet Royal Horse Guards {b. 18-17. 

BEAUFORT, Duchess Dowager of. 

Emily Frances, dau. of the late Culling C. Smith, Esq., 
by Lady Anne, dau. of Garrett, 1st Earl of Morning- 
ton ; m. 1822 (as his 2nd wife) Henry, 7th Duke of 
Beaufort, K.G., who d. 1853.-30, Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square. 

BEAUMAN", Matthew Forde, Esq., of Hyde 
Park, co. Wexford. 
Second but. eldest surviving son of the late John 
Christopher Beauman; Esq., of Hyde Park, by Jane, 
dau. of Matthew Forde. Esq., of Sea Forde. co. Down ; 
b. 179-; s. his brother 1840 ; m. 1845 Harriet, youngi st 
dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Quinn, of Winjrfield, CO. 
Wicklow, and sister of Henry Quinn, Esq., of Burkigh, 
co. Wexford, and has, with other issue, 
* John.i. 184G. 

Mr. Beauman, who is a Magistrate for co. Wexford 
(High Sheriff 18J41, was formerly a Capt. in the .Arniv. 
This family are of German extraction, and quitted 
their country on the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. 
— Hyde Park, Gorcy, co. Wexford. 

BEAUMAN, Edward John Barky, Esq., of 
Furness, co. Kildare. 
Only surviving son of the late Michael Beauman. Esq. 
(sometime Capt. in the East India Company's Service', 
by Mary, dau. of General Wahab; b. 1804; m. l s ;:t 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Moore, Esau of Wioklow. 
Is si -Magistrate for CO. Kildare, and represents a 
younger branch of the Iteuumans of Hyde Park 
(whom »ee). — Great ForciXaughU (or Furness), Xaas, 
co. hi'uure. 

BEAUMONT, Lord (Henri Stapletox).— Cr. 
1809. 

Eldest son of Miles, 8th Lord, by the Hon. Isabella 

Anne, eldest dan. of John 8rd Lord lulmaitie : A. 1848; 
8. 1851. Educated at Eton; is Lord of the Manor of 
Carlton, anil Patron of 1 living. This title was iu 
abeyance 1608 -18 10. l he B irony came into the family 

by the marriage of Sir Bryan Stnpleton with Joan 

Lovel, elder dan. and co-heir of Joan. dan. of tho 7lli 
I/oril Beaumont, by her husband L>i\l Lovel. -Cir.iVi 
Hall. Srlby, Yorkshire. 

y/.-ir /•/•<•»., hi- brother lilies, A. is:.o ; etooatiefl «t r.t«n. 

BEAUMONT, Sir Gboroi Howuxd, Bart. (cr. 
1660). 

Eldi- t con of tho late Sir <i"e<>rov Holland Willou-tibv 
Beaumont, Bart., of Co1e»Oit«n, by Mary Anne, rldoal 
i dan. of the lata Most Rer. l>r Rowley, Archbishop of 

Canterbury! b. I BUS; .«. »s nth R<rt I84A; m, I M0 

I Paulina Menhir*, dun. ">l* Win, II Belli. B*Q«, El*'- 

I Educated ni Winchester and Ch. Ch., Oxford . la* J P 
I ami D.L. for CO, Leicester (High Sheriff 18A2), »n«l 
Patron of 2 Vivings ; late Capt LumtcTshta Teoatanty 
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Caralry. — Cole-Orton Hall '. Ashhy-Jc-la-Zouch, Leicester- 
shire; Carlton and Garriik CiiibsysM. 

Stir, his son George Howland William, b. 1851. 

BEAUMONT, Edward Blackett, Esq., F.R.S. j 
and F.A.S., of-Darfield, Yorkshire. 
Fourth son of t he late Col. Thomas Richard Beaumont, | 
MP., Of Bret ton Hall (.who d. 1829), by Diana, dau. j 
and heir of the late SiVThomas Wentwoyth Blackett, i 
Bart.; b. 1802; in. 1S25 Jane, dau. of William Lee, j 
Esq., of Grove, co. York, and has, with other issue, | 

• Frederick Edward Blackett, Captain R.E., b. 1S27. 

Mr. Beaumont is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding of j 
Yorkshire. — Wood hall, Darfield, near Barnsley, York- \ 
shire; Trarelhrs and White's Clubs,, sM. 

BEAUMONT, Fkaxcis Hexky, Esq., of Buck- 
land Coitrt, Surrey. 
Eldest son of the late William Francis Beaumont, Esq., 
of Buckland Court, by Frances Mary Caroline, dau. of 
John Smith, Esq., of Bury St. Edmund's; b. 18:54; s. 
18.3" ; m. 18.06 Mary Emily, dau. of Evan Baillic. E-q., 
of Dochfo.ir, co. Inverness, N.B., and Lady Georgiana 
Baillie, and has, with other issue, 

• Francis Montagu, 6. 1K'>7. 

Mr. Beaumont, who was educated at Or.el Coll., Ox- 
ford (B.A. 18.">6), is a Magistrate for Surrey, and Lord 
of the Manor of Buckland. This family is a younger 
branch of that of Sir Goorize II. Beaumont, Bart. 
— Buckland Court, Eeigate ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BEAUMONT, Henry Frederick, Esq., of Whit- 
ley Beaumont, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Ilenry Ralph Beaumont, Y.-r\.. of 
Newby Park, co. York, by Catherine. 5th dau. of the 
late Sir George Cayley, Bart., of Brompton Hal I, co. York; 
b. 1833; s. 1857 ; in. 18o8 Maria Johanna, only surviv- 
ing dau. of William Garforth, Esq., of Wigantliorpe, 
York, and has, with other issue, 

• Henry, b. 1S05. 

Mr. Beaumont, who was educated at Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for the X. Hiding, and 
a J.P. and D.L. for the \V. Riding of York-lure, and 
Lord of the Manor of Whitley Beaumont ; elected M.P. 
for S.-W. division of co. York 1865. This family have 
held their lands in Yorkshire since the Conquest. 
— Whitley Beaumont, Huddersfield. 



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-r BEAUMONT, John, Esq,, 

Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of the late John Beaumont, Esq.,ol 
on -Trent, by Marv Elizabeth, 2nd cl: 
2nd Lord Setlrsdttlo ; b. 1820; *. 1834. This family 
ha\o bten s-ati^d at I'.arrow-on. Trent for nOflrlv thro' 
centuries.— Harrow Hall, Derby, 

Heir fret., his brother Robert Curzon, b. 1827. 

HEAUMOXT, Somerset ^rcitibald, Esq., of 
By well, STorthtltnbefloTld, 
Third' son of the late Thomas Wentworth Beaumont, 
Esq., M.P., of Bivtton Hall, c<>. Vnrk. by Henrietta 
Jnne Emma, dau. of ,1. Atkinson, Esq., of Maple 
Hayes; b. 1830. Mducatod at [tarrownnd Trinity Coll., I 
Cambridiro ; was M.P. for NewVastlo-on-Tytte, 1800-6. 
— Bywtill, near tt'ewcatt'o-on-Tyitt ; Hi, Sf> GtOfffe't)] 

Place, Hyde Pari; (\irair, \v. 

BEAUMONT, WeNwortm Blackett, Esq., of 
Brettbn Mall. 1'orksliJro. 

Eldest, son of tin- late I horn is Wentworth B. aumont. I 
E«q., of Drctton H ill I who « n M.P. for Snrihuinlier« 
land 181H-2ti and 1830 2. fur Stafford 1820 ami 
for South Northumberland 18>)3— 7), 1>V Ilotiriottit Jane 
Emma, dau. of J. Atkinson, Em)., of M tplo Itayes (she 
d, lHnl); h. 1829; I. 1810; m. t.V.l! l.ady Murgnrct, 
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dau. of Ulick John. 1st. Marquis of Clanricarde, K.P., 
and has, with other issue. 

" Wentworth, 6. 1SG4. 
Mr. Beaumont, who was educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for co. Dur- 
ham, a J.P. and D.L. for Northumberland and \\,,\ 
W, Biding of eo. York, and Patron of 12 livings ; has 
been 31. P. for S. Northumberland since 1852. — Brer.cn 
Hall, Wah-fidd ; Bywe'l Had, Gateshead; Oxford and 
Cambridge, lie for in, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w.; 14 i, 
Piccadilly, w. 

-+■ BEAVAN, Samuel, Esq., of Llwynmadock. 
Radnorshire. 
Is a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Radnor.— Llwynmadock, Buihh. 

BECFIER, Sir Henry TYRLXON-, Bart., of 
Ballyoiblin, co. Cork. 
Eldest son of the late Sir William Wrixon-Beeher. Bart,, 
of Ballygiblin (who was some time M.P. for Mallow), 
by Elizabeth, dau. of John O'Neill, Esq. ; b. 1S2G ; .-. 
as 2nd Barf. 1850. Educated at Eton and University 
Coll., Oxford ; is a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Cork ; formerly 
Lieut, in the Rifle Brigade. — Ba'h/piblin, Mallow, co. 
Cork; Castle Hyde, Firmoy, co. Cork; Crcagh, Skib- 
berecn, co. Cork. 

Heir Pre.'., hi* brother Jolm "Richard Hedges, of Hollyhrook. 
co. Cork, J.P. and D.L. for co. Cork, and II. A. of Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge ; b. 182$; m. 1831 Lady Eniilv Catherine, 
2nd dnu. of William. 2nd Earl of Listowel, K..P., and has. 
w itli oilier issue, * a son, 6. 1S09. 

BECHER, Rev. Joux Drake, of Hill House, 
Notts. 

Only -on of the late Rev. John Thomas Becher, of Hill 
House, by Mary, dau. of the Rev. William Becher, of 
Southwell; o."l806; ». 18tS; m. 1S3G Elizabeth 
Susanna, only dau. of Henry Machin, Esq., and has 
issue, 

• John Henry, b. 1840. 
Mr. Becher, who was educated at St. John's Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1828, M.A. 1831), and was appointed 
Vicar of South Mu*kham. Notts, 1835, is a Magistrate 
for Notts. — Hill House, Southwell, Xotts. 

+ BECHRU, Richard Henry Herges, Esq., of 
Lakelands, eo. Cork. 
Eldest son of tho Into John Becher, Esq.. of ITollv- 
br<> ok. co. Cork, by Susannah, dau. of Thomas Ilun-i "- 
ford, Esq., of Fox Hall. co. Cork; b. 1799; .?. 1820; 
>a. 1st 1H39 Molinn, eldest dau. of the 0' Donovan of 
M..ntp. |li, r. co. Cork (head of that sept), sho d. 1859 . 
2nd 1801 Mary Ilunccrford, eldest dau. of Rnhard 
Neville Sotni'rvillo. of Ar lmanab, co. Cork. Mr 
Becher is a Magistrate for cos. Cork and Kerry. Ihis 
family was late of Hollybmok. and previously'of A,U|f 
hadown, co. Cork. An ancestor, Col. Thomas Beehrr. 
was Aide-dr-Camp to William 111., from whom, all > r 
the battle of the Bovne. he received his Majesty's 
Watch ns a token of the Kinj's c-looiu Of his lo\al»y 
Mnl gallant conduct. — Lak. lands, iS&tMcfWM. c 
(\rk. 

BE('KETTj ^ir Thomas, B.rt , of Somcrbj 
Ptii'k, Lincolnshiro (cr, 1813). 

Third but eldest Mtrvirini- son of thy late Sir .T> lin 
Ueckctt. B.irt., of S m\ rbv Park, bv M iry, dan, of the 

late Kighl Rev. Dr, C, Wilson, Lord Bishop of Brin >l I 
b. 177't; t. a- :tr«l B.m. 18 17 ; m, 1825 c.iroiine. dan 
of Joseph lu k.tt. in,, , of rtnm»li» v, eo. York, and hni 
iv-uo mo dnnphn r*. i> a J P. and D.L (br eo. Lincoln 
and the \v. Biding of Vorkshir».-~a»m«r*j> k\rk, 
(iairtikurttigh / Kuksfj/I ffnUMtj /."■,/.«. 

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BECKETT, Juh.v Sta-nuoeth, Esq. 

Only son of the late Joseph Beckett. Esq., of Barnsley, j 
by Mary, dau. and co-heir of John Staniibrfh, Esq., of i 
Hull; b. 179-1; s. 1810; m. 1812 Gertrude Elizabeth, 
elder dau. of the late Captain Sir William Howe Mill- i 
caster, R.N., C.B., K.C.H., &c. Is a Dep.-Licut. for j 
the W. Biding of Yorkshire. — The Knoll, Torquay, \ 
Devon. 

Heirs Pres., his sisters Eleanor and 4 others. 

BECKETT, Mrs., of Kirkstall, Yorkshire. 

Frances Adelina, youngest dau. of Hugo Meyiiell In- 1 
gram, Esq., of Temple Ncwsham, co. York, by the Hon. ' 
Elizabeth Ingram, dau. and co-heir of Viscount Irvine ; 
m. 1811 William Beckett, Esq., of Kirkstall (next: 
brother of Sir Thomas Beckett, Bart.), a J.P. and D.L. j 
for W. Biding of Yorkshire, and M.P. for Leeds 1841- I 
52, who d. 18G3. — Kirkstall, Ripon, Yorkshire; 18, j 
Upper Brook Street, yf. 

BECKETT, Mrs., of Riugwell House, Soiner- 
set. 

m. 18— Charles Beckett, Esq., deceased. — Eingwell 
House, Castle Cary, Soiitcrset. 

BECKETT, of Meamvood Park. (.See Bmison.) 

+ BECKFOBD, William, Esq., of Ruxley 
Lodge, Surrey. 
Second son of tho late Praneis Love Beckford, Esq., of 
Basing Park, Hants, by Johanna, 3rd dau. and co-heir ! 
of John Leigh, Esq., of Northeonrt House, Isle of 
Wight, and widow of K. B. Lloyd, Esq.; b. 1790; s. I 
1838; m. 1822 Maria Elizabeth, only dau. of the late j 
Rev. J. Bramsfon-Srane, of Forest Hall, Essex, and has, 
with other issue, 

* Francis John, 6. 1812. 
Mr. Beckford is a J.P. and D.L. for Surrey. — Ruxley 
Lodge, Esher, Surrey. 

+ BECKWITH, Lieut, -Gen oral WlLLIAM, K.H., 
of Tt'imdon and Silksworth, co. Durham. 

Only son of the late Major-G-oneral William Beckwith. 
K.H., of Trimdon and Thurcroft, by Caroline, dau. oi 
John Ncasham, Esq., of Houghton-le-Spring, co. Dur- 
ham ; b. 1790 ; m. 1831 Priscilla Maria, dau. arid heir 
of Thomas Hopper, E*q., of Silksworth House. CO. 
Durham. Is a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Durham (High 
Sheriff 18."i8), a Lieut. -General in the Army, and Lord 
<>f 'ho Manors of Trimdon and Silksworth; was fomierlv 
Major 4th Light Dragoons. - 'l'r,„idoi.. House, Sedgi- 
field, co, Durham j Silksworth House, Sunderland. 

» MOTIVE, Earl of. 

(See under IhadJ'ort, Marquis of .) 

BEDFORD, Duke of (William Russell). — Cr. 
1694 

Only tion of Francis 7th Duke, K.G., by Lady Anna 
Maria, ,1,1, „t dau, of Charles, 3rd Ivir' of' Htfmngton ; 
J MMittj o.iHOi. Educated til Eton; is a Magistrate 

I t Bedfordshire, Lonl Of tha Manors of Woburn, 

jvndsdeigh, &c, and Patron of 28 livings; vrai M P 
for Tavistock 1832-41. This family was Brat cn- 
iioiilw! in tin- roign of Honr\ VIII., in the personal 
J"'in Hu-soll, gentleman, of Kingston Kusm M. Dorset, 
cn.l tin y were tubucqncittfy enriched with largo grunts 
Ml church iironerty on the dissolution «>t the mo- 
ii mU ii' k— H'ohurn Ahbru, Bedfordahirt ; EtuUi'igk 
y»tta>je, iwistceki Ihnxlln-s club, ev\r. j 0, Bolgmet 
■7'J'f, s w 



lt.,r (;,,, hi, r „ u ,, n rrsnoli rii„i1"« R« t,i>u-« Rufttett, Bsa. 
"f ivkl,., HoilMI, Dcdl (WllOU ). 



+ BEDFORD, the Rev. William Kirki-ati:i k 
Riland, of Sutton Coldlield, Warwick- 
shire. 

Son of tho late Riland Bedford, Esq., of Sutton C Id- 
field; b. 1826; m. 1851 Maria Amy, youngest dun.'.: 
Joseph Howson, Esq., and has issue. Mr. Bedford, « 
was educated at Westminster and Bra^enose Coll., Ox- 
ford (B. A. 1848, M.A. 1852), is a Magstrate for co. 
Warwick, Rector of Sutton Cokldeld (ISjij), a:. | 
Patron of that living. — Sutton Coldficld, Birmingham : 
Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BEDIXGFELD, Sir Henry George PASTON-. 
Bart., of Oxburgh, Norfolk- (cr. 16G0). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Henry Richard Paston- 
Bedingfeld, Bart., of Oxburgh, by Margaret Anna 
Bishopp, only child and heir of the late Edward 
Paston, Esq. (of a family formerlv Earls of Yarmouth") ; 
6. 1830; s. 1862; m. 1859 Augusta Lucy, only child 
and heir of Edward John Clavering, Esq., of Callalv 
Castle, ^Northumberland. Educated at Stonvhurst. 
Coll. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk, Lord of the Manors 
of Osburgh and Bedingfeld, and Patron of 1 living; 
he was formerly in the Austrian Cuirassiers, and Capt. 
in the W. Norfolk Militia. His father was declared, in 
1858, a co heir to the Barony of Grandison. The l>t 
Bart, (who was the 17th knight of this family) was a 
zealous Royalist temp. Charles II.— Oxburgh, Stoke 
Ferry, Norfolk; Reform Club, s.w. 

Heir, his son Edward, b. 1SG0. 

BEDIXGFELD, the Rev. James. F.L.S. 

Fourth son of the late John James Bedingfeld, Esq., of 
Ditcbingham Hall, Norfolk, by Sarah, dau. of P. Pier<v. 
Esq., of Cork; b. 1808; m. 1839 the Hon. France's, 
5th dau. of John Minet, 3rd Lonl Hcnniker, and has. 
with other issue, 

• William, b. 1813. 

Mr. Bedingfeld, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 18311, is a Magistrate for Suff'olk, 
and Rector of Bedingfeld, Suffolk, and Rural D<au. 
— Bedingfeld Rectory, Eye, SuJoJk ; United University 
Club, B.Vf. 

BEDIXGFELD, John LokguTeville, Esq., of 
Ditckingharu Hall, Xorl'olk. 

Eldest Sun of the lata John Janu s Bedinjf. Id, Esq , 
of Ditcbingham Hall, by Sarah, dan. of P. Picrsy, Esq . 
of Fa r Hill. co. Cork;" ft. 1800; S. 1853; m. 1829 the 
Hon. Mary, 2ml dau. of John, ord Lord Hcnniker. and 
has, w it h oi her i.ssur. 

• Philip, Lti.D.. Of Bt. John's Tell.. Camt-ridpc, nn.l Capt. 
W. Norfolk Militia; 6. 1840; m, 1855 A.del&ttle Mary. dun. 
of the Into RCV, MgBX Kurt 1) Eve, Hector of DrlUkestuBC, 
Suffolk. 

Mr. Bedingfeld. who was educated at Eton ami Ch. Cb., 
Oxford, is a Magistrate for Norfolk and Suffolk, I/ird 
of the Manor of I'irn now, and Patron of 2 lit Ugs 
This family is descended from a common ancestor with 
Sir H. ueuingfuld, Dart, — Ditchingham Hall, Bungay. 

BEECH, Jamks, Esq., of Brandon Lodge, 
Warwickshire. 

Eldest son of tho late J!\mp« Beech. E><) , of T!u S'mu... 
co. Stafford, by Esther, dau. ot" — Sutton, L--q., of 
Shawn House ; v, in "> : m. 184) Emiijt Charlotte, 4th 
nan, of John Mudecks, F.».i., of Olaiiyrcn Ball, co. 

Denbigh, and 1 as 

• Rowland John, b. lfl*3. 

Mr. Beech, who w«« educated «t »'h ch . Oxford >B \ 
i« a J.P. and D.L. for <v Warwick (High 

Sheriff 180 4Y — Brandon l.oilge. (V'*»jr^, JU Sn.ii.r. 
Chrad/t, Slatfbrd.thirc , Ca lion C.'if>, s.w. 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



BEECROFT, Gkoegk Skikkow, Esq., of Kirk- j 
stall Abbey, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the bite George Beecroft, Esq., of Kirk- ; 
stall, by Mary, eldest dau. of the late John Audus, | 
Esq., of Selby, co. York; ft. 180,9 ; m. 1st 183.5 Scptima 1 
Garland, dau. of Thomas Butler, Esq., of Kirkstall, co. 
York [she d. 1837) ; 2nd 1812 3Iary Isahelle. only! 
dau. of the late George Beaumont, Esq., a .Magistrate 
of Halifax, by whom he has issue, 

• George, 6. 1844. 

Mr. Beecroft, who is a J.P. and D.L. for W. Riding of 
Yorkshire, was formerly an Ironmaster at Leeds ; lie 
has been M.P; for Leeds since 18.37. — The Abbey 
House, Kirk/sttdl, Lads; Car/ton Club, s.w. ; 4, Glou- 
cester Terrace, N.W. 

BEERS, John - , Esq., of Leslie Hill, oo. Donegal. 
Third son of the lato William Beers, Esq., of Bally- 
ward, co. Down, by Jane, dau. of the late Ven. Charles 
Leslie, of Kincraigie Castle, co. Donegal, Archdeacon 
of Baphoc, and brother of F. C. Leslie, Esq. (whom 
see); b. 1801; m. 1831 Catherine Anne, dau. of 
William Colquhoun, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

• John Leslie, b. 1838. 

Mr. Beers is a Magistrate for co. Donegal. This 
family are of German extraction, but settled in Ireland 
from S. Wales and Devon, where they held property. 
— Leslie Hill, Manor Conyngham, co. Doivgal ; 28, 
Royal Terrace, Kingstown, Dublin. 

BEEVOR, Sir Thomas Braxthwayi, Bart., of 
Hargham Hall, Norfolk (cr. 178o). 
Only son of the lato Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart., of 
Hethel, Norfolk, by Anne, dau. of Huch Hare, Esq., 
of Hargham Hall; b. 1798; 8. as 3rd Bart. 1820; m. 
1st 1819 Elizabeth Bridget", dau. of the late Richard 
Lubbock, Esq., M.D., of Norwich (she d. 1831); 2nd! 
1832 Martha, dau. of Archibald Herdiment, Esq., of 
Old Buckenhani, Norfolk (she d. 1843); 3rd 1845 
Mary, dau. of F. Davies, Lsq. Is a J.I*, and D.L. for | 
Norfolk, and Patron of 2 livings. — Hatgham Hail, 
Attleborough, Norfolk. 

Heir, his pon Thomas, of Hinpliam, Jfovfolk, n Magistrate for 
Norfolk ; b. IHT-I; m. 18'.» Sophia June, Ju l ilun. of the 
late ttev. Clement Chevallier, of Battingluun. witlow of 
Isanc Jcrmy-Jcrmy, Esq., Of Stnntield Hull, Norfolk, and 
has issue. 

BELCHER, Sir E&wartv, Knt., C.B. (cr. 1843). 

Second son of And n w Belcher, Esq., formerly Member 
of Council, Nova fyiotia, end l.ite of Clarence Lodge, 
Boe'mtn | itofl, Surrey ; ft. 170!); <". 1833 Uiana, dau. of 
— Jollifl'e. Ksq. Entered tile Navy 1SI2: is II Vie*. 1 

Admiral, !i.V, served in West Indies, and on Chinese, 
Spanish, ami African coasts ; conducted an expedition 
186.'>-(i ill search of Sir J. I'nnklin; was Knighted fi)f 
bis services in the I 'hinese war of 1SI1-2. rVllthnrof 
' A Treatise on Surveying, 1 ' and ' A Snl'l'iitivn ot a 
Yoyape Hound the World.' I nion Citlll, S.W. ; 22, ''.'//- 

naitijhi Square, w. 

BELCOMBE, the Rev, Fk*k< is Kdvyaiid, of The 
Brooms, Staffordshire 

E!de<t Hon of the Into Or. Belcombe, of Yi rk. by 
Harriet, d IU. and co-heir of CcH>nil ( 'oltOtl, I '- | . "t Lril 

House, eo, Stafford, and widow Of -i llngxhnv, Kwj, ; 
ft. 1827; .». his half-sister. .Miss BllftshnW, I s..il : »i. 
] 8.">H Frances, dau. ol the Into James [lentil Leitfll, 
Esq , .1.1'. and 1' L. of BolmoDti co. Chest. r, and has, 
with other issue, 

• (lovus Urtwanl, b. is ,". 

Mr. lk'lconibe, alio wnn educated at the University of 
Edinburgh | M.R CS 1 8A0), i* Inciinibeit of Whitley. 

— LiUxr Wnit'ry, XoMhwteh, Ckttkirt, 

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BELDAM, Edward, Esq., of Royston. Herts. 

Fourth sou of the late William Beldam. Esq.. of Kovs- 
ton, by .Marianne, dau. of William Woodham. Esq., of 
Shi preth Hall, co. Cambridge ; ft. 1812 ; m. 1844 Mury| 
dau. of John Bankin, Esq., of New York, and has i-- . 
Called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1860 ; is a Maais- 
trate for Herts This family is ancient aixl noble" in 
France. The English branch has been long settled in 
this country, and is allied by marriage with the Hattou 
family. — Houston, Herts; 1, Stone Buildings, Lincoln' i 
Inn, w.C. 

BELFAST, Earl of 

(See under Donegal!, Marquis of.) 

BELFIELD, John Fixxey, Esq., of Primley 
Hill, Devon. 
Only son of the late Bcv. Finney Belfield, of Priralev 
Hill, by his 1st wife Eleanor, dau. of Thomas Daniel, 
Esq.; ft. 1811 : 18.58: m. 1851 Eliza Conway, onlv 
dau. of Capt. Bridges, R.N., and by her (who d. 1867 ) 
has, with other issue, 

•* Henry Conway, b. 1855. 
Mr. Belfield, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1831, M.A. 1S36), is a Magistrate for Devon, 
and alternate Patron of 1 living. — Pnriileg Hill. Paign- 
ton, Torquay ; Oxfo> d and Cambridge Club, s.vr. 

BELFIELD, William, Esq., of Maintains, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Second son of Thomas Daniel Belfield. E=q.. of Blagdon, 
Devon, by Elizabeth, dau. of John Everslev, Esq., of 
Barbados; 6. 1821; m. 18.36 Louisa, dau! of James 
Godfrey Fitter, Esq., of Upper Grosvenor Street, Lon- 
don, and has, with other issue, 

» Herbert, 6. 1857. 
Mr. Belfield, who is a Magistrate for co. Gloucester, was 
formerly in the 17th Begt. — Maintains, Frcnehay, Bristol. 

BELGRAVE, the Rev. William, of Treston 
Hall, Rutlandshire. 

Only son of the late Jeremiah Belgrave, Esq., of 
Stamford, eo. Lincoln (who d. 1819, ami was 1th son of 
the Rev. Jeremiah Belgravo, Rector of I'reston and of 
N. Kilwoith, co. Leicester), by Jane, eldest dau. of 
William Barker. Esq., of Tin well ; ft. 1791 ; his uncle 
George in the estates of Preston 1831 ; m. 1814 Sophia 
Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of William Belgrave, Esq., 
of Preston Hall, and has. With other issue, 

• W Ilium, b. 1822; m. ISIT lillea Mary, 2nd di\u of rciceval 
Mure boric, Esq., of Tor pi v. 
Mr. BkOitmv.O, who was educated at St. John's Coll.. 
< .m.l.nd:;e(l{.A. 1813, M.A. 1817). is Peetor oi Tr. ston. 
and Panon of that living - — Preston Hall, Uppingham. 

BELHAVEN, Lord (Rnp.rnT MOKTOOMERV 
II am 1 1 rON). — Cr. 17t_i. r >. 
Eldest sot, of William. 7th Lord, bv Penelope, youUResI 
dau of the | n tt. Kiinnltl Macdonald, Em., of Clan- 
rOntild; ft. 17;i3: «. 1814: m. 18115 Hamilton, dau. of 
the late Wn'ter Campbell, Esq.. of Shawli.ld. N.B. 
\V«« a Scotch Representatiro I\>et 1820-30; sits in 
the Hon*.- of famls as l... id Mnmilton, U.K. (cr. 18311 , 

i» 1.. rd-l.ieut. and Convener o| ... I.arark. ami Lieut.- 
('"1. Lanark Militia ; appointed Lord Itgh Commis- 

sioner to the Assembly of Church of Scotland 1859, 
reappointed IBtU and 1800.->lf7«A<ilP Ifousf. hinarl; 

A"./;.. Vn,t<<t Strviet chd>, »,w. j 30, 4/h*m*rh 

Street. %V. 

iir , (to i^e BeotcB hrtnenm, hti ancle lvter rhuict*'. 
ipi.i.v inrvWIm no «>f Robert itrt) s\k LorJ ; ^. 

BKLTf, Sir QeoitnB, Kami. (cr. MOP). 

S.n ol tin. late tle.uve Hell. INq . of Hell Vne, ,v>. 

hennAnnah, l> Cathcrint, dau. of Doniaiah ^i.. 

Lwy, MP, of .Mount l*roi<ptttt, eo. I'mnn; b if 04 i 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



Bel 



in. 1820 Margaret Addison, dau. of Thomas Dougal, Ef-q., 
Banker, Scotland. Educated at Dublin; entered the 
service 1811 ; is a Major-Gen. in the Army, and 
Col. 32nd Foot; served through the Peninsular war, 
and afterwards in the East and West Indies, and in the 
Crimea. — Junior United Service Club, s.w.; 156, West- 
bourne Terrace, Hyde Park', w. 

BELL, Sir John, K.C.B. (cr. 1852). 

.Son of the late David Bell, Esq., of Bonnytoun, eo. Fife ; 
b. 1782 ; m. 1821 Lad} - Catherine, elder dau. of James 
1st Earl of Malmesbury (she d. 1855). Is a General 
in the Army (which he entered in 1805), and Col. -Ath 
Foot ; served in Sicily, the Peninsula, America, and at 
the Cape of Good Hope, where he was Chief Secretary I 
1828-41 ; was Lieut-Governor of Guernsey 1848-5-1; ' 
formerly A. D.C. to "William IV. — United Service Club, 
s.w. ; 55, Cadogan Place, s.tv. 

BELL, Sir William, K.C.B. (cr. 1867). 

Ron of the late — Bell, Esq.; b. 1788; entered the 
Army in 1804; is a Lieut.-Gen. in the Army; was 
formerly Col. R.A. — United Service Club, s.w. 

BELL, Lady. 

Marion, dau. of Charles Shaw, Esq., of Ayr, N.B. ; 
in. 1811 Sir Charles Bell (the eminent surgeon), who 
d. 1842. — 47, Albany Street, Regent's Park, n.w. 

BELL, Frederick, Esq., of Thirsk Hall, York- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. William Machean, M.A. 
(who assumed the name of Bell only, in lieu of that 
of Macbean), by Frances, dau. of John Bell, Esq.. of 
Thirsk Hall; b. 1830; s. 1850. Educated at Mag- 
dalen Coll., Oxford; is a J. P. and D.L. for the N. 
Riding of Yorkshire. — The Hall, Thirsk, Yorkshire. 

BELL, James, Esq. 
Younger son of the late Mr. John Bell, of Wands- 
worth, Sumy; b. 1818. Was M.P. for Guildford 
1852-7. — 1, Devonshire Place, w. 

BELL, John, Esq., of Enterkiue, Ayrshire. 

Eldest son of the late James Bell, Esq., of Wood- 
stork, Jamaica., by Mary, dau. of — Colquhoun. Esq., 
of Touch ; h. 1801; s. 1809; m. 1st 1828 Mary Anne, 
dau. of the late John Hosack. Esq.. of Buff Hay River, 
Jamaica, and of Glengaber, Dumfriesshire; 2nd isio 
Jessy, dau. of the late Robert A. Hill. Esq., W.S., 
of Rosebnnk, and his, l>j the latter, with other issue, 

• .Mm. b. IRtI ; m, 1808 Mnrpnrvt Crawfttrd, eldest •bin. of 
\\ [Hi am Cooper, Hsu..,"! I'allfoi'd, co, Ayr. 

Mr. Hell, who was educated at Edinburgh and Geneva, 
is a .1.1'. and D.L. for co. Ayr ; be was formerly Custos 
Kutulorum of the Parish of St. George, Jamaica, and 
for some years Member of Assembly of the Island. 

— Kntrrkhte, Tariiolton, Ayrshire, A'.Z/. 

BELL, Matthew, Baq.. of Bourne Park, Kent. 
Only n,i, ,,c tito l ite John Hell, IV q , F.R.S., of Lin- 

clu's Inn. arid formerly of KmhI.iI, CO. VVestmoro- 

land, by .lane, dau. of llonry GrOVe, Esq., of I Ion , I 

b, 1HI7; s. ls:i(i; Wt. I SIM)* Fanny Cecilia, youngest 
dau, of the late Thomas Riggo, Esq., of Benton, 1 
Northumberland, and has, with other issue, 

• Muttbrw .letin, b. I8t0, 

Mr. II. 11 . vho was educated at Eton and Trinity 

roll., Cambridge (H.A. 1838, MA. 1841), is n l P 
nn l D.L.for Kent (High Sheriff 1840), l.onl of Manor 
"i IVslmpshourne, ami Patron 6t i living; lie was 

l irnierlv a Cituniissioner of DoVPf IflirboUf, Honrnr 

I' <. nifhf>pfhournf, Cttuttrfturif i Os/oni mid Cum 
hfirtyt i'h.h, *,w. ; I, (froiVtnor i'mrrnt, s.w. 



BELL, Matthew, Esq., of Woolslugion, N r- 
thumberland. 
Eldest son of the late Matthew Bell, Esq., of W •■ 
sington, by Sarah Frances, dau. of the late Char] - .1 
Brandling, Esq., of Gosforth House ; b. 17&:i ; s. lsll; 
m. 1816 Elizabeth Anne, dau. and heir of IL-nrv 
Reay, Esq., of Killingworth House, Northumber! a I 
Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford; is a J. P. • i 
D.L. for Northumberland (High Sheriff 1816 i, L t : 
the Manors of Woolsington. &c. and Col. Northuml .t- 
laud Yeomanry; was M.P. for Northumberland - 1S2G- 
31, for S. Northumberland 1832-52. — Woolsington a ' 
Kill nuprorth House, Xerccast'e-irpon-Tync; Hanunck 
Halt, Bishop Auckland ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

+ BELL, Robert, Esq., of Norris Castle, Isle of 
Wight. 

Son of the late R, Bell, Esq., of London, Merchant : 
b. 1790 ; m. 1828 Mary, dau. of — Smith, Esq. Is a 
widower, and has, with other issue, 

* Robert, b. 1830 j m. 1878 Geonrfana Helen, youncest dau. 

of Robert Crosse, Esq., of St. Saviour's, Jersey, and hivs 

issue. 

This family is of Scottish extraction. — XorrU Castle, 
near Hyde, Me of Wight. 

-fBELL, Robert, Esq., of Lunna, Isle of Shet- 
land. 

Son of the late R. Bell, Esq ; b. 18—: is a J.P. and 
D.L. for Shetland, and Joint-Convener of that county. 
— Lunna, Middlebie, Drcm, Isle of Shetland. 

BELL, Thomas, Esq., F.R.S., of Selborue, 
Hants. 

Only son of the late Thomas Bell, Esq., of Toole, Dor- 
set, by Susan, dau. of William Gos se. Esq., of co. Radlu r 
and of Ringwood, Hants; b. 1792 ; m. 1832 Jane Sarah, 
dau. of William Roberts. Esq., of Ruabon, X Wales, 
but has no surviving issue, Mr. Bell, who was educated 
at Shaftesbury and London, was formerly Secretary ol 
the Royal Society and President of the Linnasan Society. 
— 'The Wakes, Selborne, Alton, Hants; Athaimum Cub, 
s.w. 

+ BELL, WILLIAM, Esq., of ftfelling Hall, Lan- 
cashire. 

F.ldest son of the late William Gilb'son Bell, Esq., of 
Mellintr Hall, bv Harriet, dau. of the RcT. Ralph \V., r -- 
ley, Rector of Finchlcy. Middlesex; b. 1829; S. 1S''.7. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster.— Milling Unit, Lan- 
caster, 

llnr Pvft,, bis brother Ooorge Constable rcndnrO. IS*. ; m. 
lttc.H BUM, ibm. «f Reorgc Hen<lrce, K-<j.,of OlMtfOw, iuvI 
widow ,>f Henry Spc&co, E*i., of London, 

BKLLAIKS, Capt. Edmund Hookb Wilsox, of 
Mtilbarton Lodge, Norfolk. 

Eldest «nn of the bite Sir William Repairs, of Mulbar- 
toil LodgO, by Cassandra, dau. and heir of Edmund 
JCooko, Esq., "of Mnlbarton Lodge; h. 1S23; ». !S(i:i. 
in. 18.j2 Emilia, dau. of James Stevenson. K.-q.. of 
UfBngtnn, CO, Lincoln, and has. with other issue, 

• I .Ilium. I IttMh* William,*. IS" I. 
Captain I'ellairs. who is a M i^istrite f>r fCorfblli, 
Patron of 1 thing, And Capt. and Adjutant IM ll.it- 
talion Norfolk Pities, was formerly Capt. 7th l'usilor«. 
RXOn of the V. iimen of the Guard, anil M< inber of tlio 
I'pper Hoilho of llie lir-t P.irliatin nt «<l New /i.ilnnl. 
This family des, , nd fmni the unci. nt family of 1 1,-1 - 
lars of Kirliy Hollars, en. Leicester. — Mm'ltirton Lttlft, 
\fo u i, h { Army mid Xnry Club, s.w. 



BELLAIRS) GrBORQB, Es«|., of Stocksnton, 

I.oirostt'rsliitv. 

Second son of the lute Abel Walf.uil Hidlsirs. 1%.) . '''t 
L'fflngtOa, In Sinann i, only dott. of Miles I/owley, . 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



of Oakham, eo. Rutland; b. 1787 ; in. 1824 Ma'.'}', dau. 
of Samuel Linwood, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

• Stevenson Gilbert, in Holy Orders, Rector of Goadby Mar- 
wood, co. Leicester ; A. 1825. 

Mr. Belluirs is Lord of the Manor of Stockerston, and 
Patron of 2 livings. — Qtocktrslon, Leicester, 

BELL AIRS, the Rev. HEXRY, of Deeping, Lin- 
colnshire. 

Third son of the late Abel Wulford Bella irs, Esq., 
J. P. and D.L. of UtSngtoh, eo. Lincoln, by Susanna, 
only dau. of Miles Lowley. Esq., of Oakham : b. 1790 ; 
ni. 1811 Dorothy Parker, dau. and co-heir of the late 
Peter Mackenzie, Esq., of Grove House, Middlesex, and 
has, with other issue, 

• Henry Walford, in Holy Orders, one of IT. M.'a Inspectors 
of Schools ; 6. 1 s> I -J ; m. t S :i> Mary Hannah Alhina, dan. of 
George Watkiu Kenrick, Esq., of Wbo're Hall. co. Salop, 
and Las i^-sue, * Henry Kenrick Spenser, 6. 1841 ; m. 18t>5 
Marv Jane, l'ikI dan. of B. H. Starey, Esq., of Milton- 
lirncst Hall, Beds. 

Mr. Bellairs, who was educated at Uppinuhani and St. '. 
Mary's Hall, Oxford' (B. A. 1820), is a Magistrate for 1 
co. Warwick, Hector of Bedworth, Vicar of Hunsinfrore, 
Hon.Canonof Lichfield, and Rural Dean; was formerly in 
the Royal Navy, and was wounded at [Trafalgar (for 
which he has received a medal and a sword), and served 
afterwards in the loth Hussars. — Deeping, near Market 
Deeping, Lincolnshire; Bclworth licclory, Kuncatpn. 

+ BELLAS, the Rev. Thomas, of Bong-ate, \ 
Westmoreland. 
Son of the lato W. Bellas. Esq.; b. 1791. Educated at 
Queen's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1813, M.A. lSloi; is a 
J P. and D.L. for co. Westmoreland, and Vicar of St. \ 
Michael, Appleby. — Bongate, Appleby, Westmotdand. 

BELLASIS, Edward, Serj eant-at-Law. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. Gnome Bella-is, D.D., I 
Rector of Yattendon and Vicar of Basildon. P>. rk-. by 
Leah Cooper, dau. of Emery Viall, Esq.,;of Wulsiiifiham, 
Norfolk; b. 1800; m. 1st 1829 Frances, dau. of William 
Lyeott, Esq., of Stafford ; 2nd 18:;.') Eliza .lane, only 
dau. of the late William Garnett, Esq., of Querumbro 
Park, co. Lancaster, and has, with other issue, 

• Eiehard Garnett, 6. is 10. 

The Serjeant, who was called to the Bar at the Inner 
Templo 1821, is a Magistrate for Middlesex and West-! 
minster, and Steward of the Manors of tile Dukl of 
Norfolk. This is the only remaining branch of an old 
Roman Catholic family of co. Durham, to which up- 
pertained the Earldom of PaW&itbcrs — The Lawn, Put- 
neg, s.w, ; Stafford Club, w. ; 1 I, Parliament Street, s.w. : 

BEI/IjBAU, Sir Nakcissk FourrxAT, Knt. (or. 
18,60). 

Son of the late Mr. Gabriel Bclle.au, of Quebec, by 
Mario tie Kofscho Itiiinel his wife; h. 1808; »t. 1830 
Marie Remi Josrtte, dau. of the late I,. Gtuivrcnu, Esq. 
Educated ut Quebec Seminary; called to the bar of 
Lower Canada 1832; Was a Member: of the Lc^i (dative 
Council of Canada 1852-7 ! is Premier and U. cener- 
General of Canada ; late Mlhiiter ol .Vgriculturo, and 
formerly Speaker of the Anscmbly of Canada; was 
furmorly Mayor of Quebec.— Totvato, Canada, 

BELLEW, LovJ (EoWAUli J08E1>11 lit im w).— 
Cr. 1848. 

Only son of Patrick, 1st Lord, by Vnna Fertrtlnn, dau. 
of the lulu Dun J. de Mcndusu y Kids, of Seville ; l>. 
1830; ». 180U; »«■ 18o3 AuguMn Margaret, only dau 
and heir of the lute Col. George Hry.iu, ol Jenkinslown, 
co. Kilkenny. Is a Dep. -Lieut, tor co. Louth (High 
SheritV 185*); lato Major in the Louth Rillo*. 'Ibis 
family, of Anglo-wforuUUI CXU'UCt>OU| have been --r.il id in 



Ireland since tho reign of Henry II. — Banneuth 
Bunker, co. Louth ; Sutjford C'.ub, w. 
liar, his son Patrick George, b. 1803. 

BELLEW-GRATTAX, Sir Henry Chmstopiii r . 
Bart., of Mount Bellew, co. Galwav (cr 
1838). 

Only son of the lato Thomas Arthur Bcllew-Gr.vi.n. 
Esq. (who was sometime M.P. for co. Gahvay. and who 
</. 1 bG-'i >, by Pauline, dau. and co-heir of Henry G rattan. 
Esq., and grand-dau. of 'he late Rt. Hon. Henry Grat- 
tan, whose name he assumed in addition to his patronv- 
rriie; b. 18G0: s. his uncle as 3rd Bart. 1S67. i s 
descended from a common ancestor with Lord Bellew. 
— Mount B lieu; Gcdwag. 

Heir Pi es., his uncle Jlichael, 6. 1S27. 

BELLEW, John Froude, Esq., of Stockleigh 
Court, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late John Prcstwood Bellew. Esq., of 
Stockleigh Court, by 3Iarv Ann, dau. of William Han- 
cock, Esq., of Wiveliscombe, co. Somerset ; b. 1S29; s. 
1861'. Is a Magistrate for Devon, and Lord of the 
Manor of Stockleigh. This family is Norman, and 
derives (in common with the Irish Bellews) from De 
Belleau, Marshal to the Conqueror's army. Mr. Bellew 
is the representative of the eldest line in unbroken male 
descent from the Conquest.— Stockleigh Court, Crtditon, 
co. Devon. 

Heir rres., his brother William Lcgassicke, 6. 1831. 

BELLEW, Richard Moxtesquieu, Esq. 

Younger son of the late Sir Edivard Bellew, Bart., of 
Barmeath, by Mary Anne, dau. and heir of Richard 
Strange, Esq., of Rockwell Castle, co. Kilkenny, and 
brother of Patrick, 1st Lord Bellew ; b. 1803 ; m. 1S27 
Mary, dau. of John Lalor, Esq., of Crauna, co. Tippe- 
rary. Is a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Louth ; was M.P. for co. 
Louth 1832-.V2 and 1S.39-65 ; a Lord of Treasury 
1847-52; appointed a Poor-law Commissioner in Ire- 
land 1SG5. — Barmeath, Dun'ccr, co. Louth; Brooks' f 
and Reform Clubs, s.w. 

BELLING HAM, Sir Alan Edward, Bart., of 
Castle Bellingham, 00. Louth (or. lTl'ti). 

Eldest, son of the late Sir Allan Bellingham, Bart , of 
Castle Bellingham, by Eliza, dau. of the Rev. E iward 
Wulls, of Boot h by Hall, co. Lincoln ; //. 1800; s. as 3rd 
Bait. 1827; m. 1841 Elisabeth, onlv dau. and In ir of 
the tale H. Clarke, Esq.. of West Skirbeck House. CO, 
L'neoln. Educated at Trinity Coll., Lublin (B.A, 1 v.\ 
M V 183.V); in n J. P. and D.L. for co. Luutfa (High 
Sheriff 1829). This family were formerly resident at 
Bellingham, Northumberland, and afterwards at 11. 1- 
mu -ton, and at Levcns Hall, mar Kendal, WestMOrV* 
land. — Dinning Houae, &uti« Bellingham^ co. L-n'h. 
tr land ; West Skirieclt House, Boston , Carlton Club. 
s.w. 

litir, his Ainu Henry, ». 1846. 

BELMQRE, R,,r] of (Somj rsbt Richard Lowkv. 
l'"i,iiv, M.I? I. A.). — Cr. 1797. 
Eldest MA of Armar. 3rd Fail, by Emily I/oiibe, 
youngest dan. and en-heir of the bite William Shoplu rd. 
Esq, of llmdboUrne, Kent; isi.i; .«. ls^.,; !>(. 1K6I 
Anne Eli/nbetli ItoilOriil. 2nd .bin. of tln» late Cayt. 
J, N. Gladstone, M p . f DuvrdM) Park. Wil - 

and has iktuo tlir.e ilnnghUn, Edmatcd at Eton ami 
Trinity CM , Cambiid re (M.A. |S.u!>; is a .I P. and 
D.L. tor co. Tyiolie,.,n.l a Ma-Pirate tor CO, l'i rmana^h ; 
elected a Repiw ntntive Peer for Ireland IM7 ! *f 
pointed l iub r S.netary of Stain for the Home P. part- 
mint 1SGC; Gov. inn- of \, w South Wales 1807, «n» 
foi nurW Major Loudon frith tUHo Voluute, C w-' I 
Coo'e, t'.nni.'ktllen, Co. /'< r.nanaah . „W/(i#//r Strnt 



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Club, Dublin ; Carl tun add White's Clubs, say.; Goctrn- 
m-.nt House, Sydney. 

Heir Pres., his brother Armar, Capt. R.X. ; b. 1886 ; m. IStfS 
Gerakline, 5th dau. of James King King, Esq., il.P., of 
Staunton Park, co. Hereford. 

BELPER, Lord (Edward Stexttt, P.C.).— Cr, 
1856. 

Only sou of the late William Strutt, Esq., of St. Helen's 
House, co. Derby, by Barbara, dau. of the late Thomas 
Evans, Esq.. of Derby ; 6. 1801 ; m. 1837 Emily, dau. 
of the late Eight Rev. Dr. Otter, Bishop of Chichester. 
Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1823); is 
Lord-Lieut, of Notts (High Sheriff 1850), a Magistrate 
fur co. Liecester, a J. P. and D.L. for co. Derby, and 
Chairman of the Notts Quarter Sessions ; was M.P. 
for Derby 1830-48, for Arundel 1851-2, for Not- 
tingham 18.32-6 ; a Commissioner of Railwaj's 1846-8 ; 
Chancellor of the D.chy of Lancaster 18-52-4. — Kings- 
ton Halt, Keijworth, Derby ; Reform, Brooks's, and 
Athenaum Clubs, s.w. ; 83, Eton Square, s.w. 
Heir, his son Henry, 6. 1S10. 

BELT, the Rev. Rodert Wallis, of Bossal] 
Hall, Yorkshire. 
Elder son of the late Robert Belt, Esq., of Bossall Hall, 
by Mary, eldest dau. of Bryan Trough ton, Esq., of 
Overton, Hants ; b. 1815 ; s. 1839 ; rn. 1841 Mary Ann 
Collinson, dau. of — Smith, Esq., of Edinburgh (shet/. 
1845). Educated at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1815). This family has been settled in Yorkshire 
since 1387; it has an ancient Lombard origin and 
descent, and now also (equally with the present famih 
of Peggo Burnell) represents, genealogically, the eldest 
branch of the families of ' Strelley of Strelley,' and 
' Burnell of Wiukborne,' in Nottinghamshire, and 
'Pegge' of Beauehief, in Derbyshire. The estate wan 
confiscated during the civil wars, and Sir Robert Belt 
disfranchised by Parliament 1644, but it was afterwards 
recovered by his descendants. — Bossall Hall, near York. 

Heir Pres., his half-brother, William John, MA. of Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge, and a Btirristcr-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn ; 
b. 18'.'6 ; m. 1885 Sibella Miiannc. only dan. of the late 
William A I hi it Garratt, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of Hamp- 
etead, Middlesex. 

BENCE, Edward Robert Starkie, Esq., of 

Kentvvell Hall, Suffolk. 
S.cond son of the late Col. Henry Bonce-Bence, of 
• Thorington Hall, Suffolk, by Elizabeth Susanna, dau. of 
the late Nicholas Starkie, Iisq., of Frenchwood, co. 
Lancaster; b. 1823; m. 1 85(1 Albinia, d.iu. of G. J. 
Sullivan, Esq., of Wilmington, Kyle, IbIc of Wight, 
and has issue, 

• l'.dward Staikio, b. 18G2. 
Mr. Bcnce, who was educated at the Charterhouse, is a 
.1.1'. and D.L. for Suffolk (High Bhcriffl86l); Lord of 
the Manors of Kent well Monks and Stanstead; he was 
formerly Capt. in the 1st, Dragoon Guards. — Kentwcll 
Hull, Sudbury, Suffolk ; Army and Navy, Arthur's, and 
Car/ton Clubs, s.w. 

BENCE, Henry Alexander Starkie, Esq., of 
Thorington Hull, Sulf.dk. 
Eldest s..u of the late Col. lb nrv Beitoe-Bence, .1.1'. 
and D.L, of Thorington Hull, many years Col. E 
Suffolk Militia, by Elizabeth Susannah, 2ud dau. and 
eo-lioir of the luf* Nicholas Starkie, Esq., <>f French- 
wood, co. LnncAstrr ; b. 1810; s. 18C1 ; m. IHSOAsnes, 

dau. of John Bnreltiy, lisq , a lineal descendant ill Col 
I'.md Barclay, ofl'iy, a. i>. 1610, and has ihSUf, thm 
d .u .liters. Mr BctlCS, who was eduiut.d at the 

Chartorhouss and Bitlllol Coll., 0«fbrd(B.A 1 s:ir \ i«. 

* Magistrate lor Sallolk, Lord ot the Manors ot l lm,-. 

j! K. isai, , and Carlton, Suffolk, and Patron «i 1 

'\* "V* : he «hm formorVj in the diplomatic, isetloo. 
' nunc of Oence was aatutucd by Roral liccnao. in 



1804, by the grandfather of the present pro] rii l >r, tl « 
Rev. Bence Sparrow, on succeeding to the , : . 
of Alexander Bence, Esq. — Thorington Hal, .six..,: <.j- 
ham, Suffolk. 

BENDYSIIE, the Rev. Richard, of Barrin_-tun 
Hall, Cambridgeshire. 
Eldest surviving son of the late John Bendyshe, Es . 
ofBurringlon Hall, J. P. and D.L., aud formerly 11 «h 
Sheriff of co. Cambridge (who d. 1855), by his 1st wixe 
Catherine, eldest dau. of John Matchum, Esq., of Air- 
field Lodge, Sussex, .and niece of Admiral Viscount 
Nelson; b. 1822; 5. his brother 18G5. Educa'.d at 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1847,. M.A. ISoOj; is 
Curate of Harbridge, Hants. . This family came into 
Cambridgeshire from E^sex ; their ancestor, Sir Edmund 
Bendyshe, accompanied Edward III. to the sie_>e of 
Calais, a.d. 1347, and the property has been held by 
the family since his son"s death, a.d. 1447. (See 
' Shirley's Noble and Gentle Men of England. ) — Bar- 
riagtou Hall, Uoyston ; Harbridge, Rmgwood, Hants. 
Heir Pres., his brother Kelson, b. 1S23. 

BENETT, Capt. Charles Cowper. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Rev. John Benett, 
LL D., Rector of Donhead St. Andrew, "Wilts, and Ower 
Moigne, Dorset, by Frances, sister of the 1st Sir Thomas 
Tnrton, Bart.; b. 1789; m. 1st 1S10 Sarah, dau. of the 
late William Burlton, Esq., of Wyken Hall, co. Leicester, 
and Donhead Lodge, Wilts (she d. 18.33); 2nd 1801 
Eliza Agnes. 2nd dau. of the late Rev. Geo:-£v Randall 
Orchard, of Christ Church, North Bradley, "Wilts, aud 
has, by the former, with other issue, 

* William Morgan, 6. 1813 ; m. 184') Barbara Sarah, dju. of 
the late Capt. Waring, R.N., of Lyme Le^'is, an 1 has issue. 

Mr. Benett, who is a Magistrate for Lyme Regis, and 
a Capt. R.N., is the senior male representative of the 
Benetts of Pythouse, Wilts. — Lyme Ii gis, Dorset. 

BENETT, Vere FANE-, Esq., of Pythouse, 
"Wilts, and Preston Place, Sussex. 
Second son of the Rev. Arthur Fane, Prebendary of 
Salisbury, and Hector of Fulbeek, co. Lincoln, by Lucy, 
dau. of the late John Benett, Esq., of Pythouse, Wilts, 
whose name he has assumed; b. 1S39; s. his cousin 
1856: m. 18G7 Ellen, only child of the late William 
Stanford, Esq., of Preston Place. Sussex. Educated at 
Marlborough Coll.; is a Magistrate for Wilts; late 
Lieut. 43rd Light Infantry, and was A D C. to Lieut.- 
General Berasford in India. — I'ythoux, Hindou, H.'ts; 
Norton Savant) fVarminstte, W ilts ; Prrstun Placr, 
Brighton; Boodle's, Gar rick, and Junior Unitnl Scrrict 
Clubs, S.W. 

Heir Pres., hishrother Henry, b. IStO. 

BENGOUGrH, John CHARGES, Esq., of The 

R idtre, ( > loucestershire. 

Eldest surviving son of the late George Bengongh, Esq., 
of The Ridge (who </. 18.'i<J), by Anno, dau. of the Use 
John Cooke Carp, nter, C-q . Capt. R.N. ; b. 1828; a. 
his brother 1805; HI. 1857 Caroline Augusta, dau. of 
the Rev. A. G. Cornwall, of Ashcroft, co. Gloucester, 
and h is issue, 

• A son. ». I8M. 

Mr. BvDgOUgh is a M.ipistrnte for co. Gloucester, .m l 
Patron of 1 living. — I he Hidge, Wot:oH-undrr-t>'gr, 
G to MM 'er shirt. 

BENHOLME, Lord (Hrucclki .Twtrs Roam- 
son), ot* Heddorwick, Forfurnhuro, 

Third but eldest lUiriritlg son of the late Gcorcre 
Ro\N»tWn Scott. Baq., I v Isabdla d »u. Hi>d heitT«* of 

Robert Scott. L»q., of Bcoholma snd UodJffwWk . l> 

1705; Mt 182H Ann WtlliUtilta, Wtt% nCi dau. of tho 
Into Right Il<>n. Clmrb« llo|v, of Grantoun, 1a>v-I 
fntidont of the Court of SwiioB, bv whom (» • 

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d. 1812) lie bus issue, fuur suns and two daughters. His I 
Lordship, who was educated at the University 61' Ellin- | 
burgh, and called to the Scottish Bar 1817. is a J. P. j 
and D.L. for co. Kincardine ; he was appointed Sheriff 
of co. Renfrew 1842, and a Lord of Session 1 S.*> 3. • 
— Heddt r trick House, Montrose ;. 70, Gnat King Street, | 
Edinburgh. 

BENN-AVALSII. (See under OrmatJiwaite, Lord.) 

BENNET, the Rev. Edward Kedixgton, D.C.L., \ 
of Cheveley, Cambridgeshire. 
Second surviving sou of the Ker; James Thomas Ben- j 
net, of Cheveley, by Henrietta Eliza, eldest dan. of 
the late James Jackson, Esq., of DonCaster ; />. 1834 ; | 
m. 1861 Frances Caroline, youngest dau. of the late 
William T. Adams-Reilly, Esq., of Belmont, eo. West- 
meath, anil Koebuek, eo. Cavan, and lias issue. Edu- 
cated at Merchant Taylors' School au l University Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1858, MA. 1803, D.C.L. 1807); is a 
Magistrate for eo. Cambridge, and Patron of Cheveley. 
— Cheveley, Newmarket. 

Ifeir fres., his brother James Thomas Hand, b. 1S32. 

BENNET, the Rev. James Thomas, of Cheveley, 

Cambridgeshire. 
Second son of the late Philip Bennet., Esq., of Tolleslmry 
Lodge, Essex, and Rougham Hall, Sullolk, by Jane 
Judith, only child and heir of the Rev. R. Kedinjrton, 
of Rougham Old Hall, Suffolk; V 17!"); m. 1826 
Henrietta Eliza, eldest dau. of the late James Jackson. 
Esq., of Doneaster, co. York, and has, with other issue, 

» James Thomas Hand, ft. 1882; m. 1S56 Catharine Lucy, 
dau. of James Lavender, Esq. 
Mr. Bennet, who was educated at Bury St. Edmund's 
School, and Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1829, MA. 
1831), is a Magistrate for cos. Suffolk and Cambridge, 
Rector of Cheveley, and Lord of the .Manor and Patron 
of that living. — Clievelcy Rectory, Newmarket. 

BENNET, John Wick, Esq., of Laleston House, 
Glamorgan shire. 
Son of the late John Bennet, Esq., of Laleston House, 
by Selenah Maria Ann, dau. of Jacob tir'rOW, Esq., of 
Appleshaw, Hants; b. 170.*) ; S. 1 8 ").*> ; m. ISIS Anna 
Maria Charlotte, dau. of the lad- Thomas Ashby, Esq., | 
of Isleworth, and widow of the late Thomas Wyndbam, 
Esq., of Dunraven Castle, co. Glamorgan (she <i . 1837). 
Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Glamorgan, This family 

have been seated at Laleston House fur ii bout two 

centuries. — Laleston House, Bridgend, Glamorganshire.] 
BENNET, Philip, Esq., of Rougham Hall. 

Suffolk. 

Only sun of the late Philip Bennet, Rsq., of Hnuulmm 
Hall (Who was il J.P. and D.L., M.P. for W Sail. .Ik 
I84fl-6fl), by Anne, dau. and co-heir of Sir TholIMM 

Piikington, Bart., of Cltevel Park, co. York ; ft, 183"; 
,i. lHiili; in. iHf.o Barbaru Jlarri<t Sophia, eldest dau. 
of Eilgn* Disney, Esq., of 'Hio Hyde, Essex, ugnd lute, 
with other issue, 

• Philip, ft. 180H. 
Mr. Bcrinct, whti ll a Milgintrate f..r Suffolk, and 
Patron of 1 living, was t*. n-im rlv a I. on', Iltiyul llorne 
Guards Hlue. lheaiicnnt family ol llennet, or li.ii.tr. 
were, originally ientod at V«rt»n Buviint, Wilt", an 
estato which has remiiiin-d « oh the dc-c.'iidants nl the 
younger branch to thin .lav. The . lifer branch, nf whit II 
Mr. Bonnet is the chief, remuveJ <<»t/>. Kli/.ubith to 
Somerset, and lulmeqUelitfy to TiilftMniry, 111 I'l'WX. 

—tioughai/t Hail, tJnrg / »>»{* . ZW/wfti •y 1 ""V- 

AMfall, /•.".«• .e; Viumh' Cl»>>, x.w. 

BENNET, Richard Gully, h!nq., of Tri>nillion 
Hon no, Covnwnlt. 

Eld-st 1011 Of th< late Kahaol t.ullv Unmet. Rwji, of 

Tiesdli.in Itouic, bv Loveilny, ilau.Of W illiam Dneti'lt, 
71 



Esq., of Pencorse: b. 1S20: s. 1836; m. 1846 Marv 
Jean, Ith dau. of Richard llosken, Esq., of Carevick, 
and has, with other issue, 

• Edward Gully, 6. 1849. 

Mr. Bennet, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1843), is a J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall. 
— TresUlian House, Truro. 

BENNET. (See under Tanker'vUle, Earl of.) 

BENNETT, Daniel, Esq., of Faringdon House 
Berks. 

Eld. st son of the late William Bennett, Esq., of Far- 
ingdon House (who was High Sheriff of Berks 1837), 
by Marianne, dau. of John Lunkin, Esq., of Ervernini', 
Essex; 6.1823; .s. 1844 ; m. 1847 Mary Elizabeth, 
eldest dau. of Uvedale Corbctt, Esq., of Acton Hall, 
co. Salop, and has issue, 

• Mary. 

Mr. Bennett, who was educated at Rugby and Merton 
Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for Berks, and a 
Cornet R. Wilts Yeomanry. — Faringdoh House, Berks; 
Conservative Club, s.w. 

BENNETT, the Rev. Edward Leigh, of Long 
Sutton, Lincolnshire. 
Third son of the late Rev. John Leijrh Bennett, of 
Thorpe Place, Surrey, by Harriet Eliza, dau. of the 
Hi-v. Thomas Leigh Bennett, and brother of the Rev. 
Henry Leigh Bennett, of Thorpe Place (whom see); 
b. 1709 ; his uncle in the vicarage of Cong Sutton 
1843; in, 1st 1826 EUinor, dau. of William Codring- 
ton, Esq., of Wroughton. "Wilts; 2nd 1813 Anne 
lluds.m, dan. of the Rev. Thomas Huntillgford, of 
Kempsford, CO. Gloucester, and has, by the former, with 
other issue, 

• Kchvaiu" Leigh, ft. 1628. 

Mr. Bennett, who was educated at Westminster and 
Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1821), is a Magistrate for 
cos. Lincoln and Gloucester, and Vicar and Patron of 
Long Sutton. — Long Sutton, Holbeach. 

BENNETT, Francis Valentine, Esq., of 
ThomastoAvn House, King's Co. 

Eldest son of the late Valentine Bennett. E*q.. nf 
Tliomastown, by Elizabeth Helena, dau. of GreoTge 
Kvan, Esq., of Inch. co. Tippcrnry; b. 1826; 8. 1830. 
Eluealed at Oscott Coll.; is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Ki rig's Co. (High Sheriff 1854); was formerly an 
» Min er in the Army. — Tlouiastou n House, Frank', rd. 
King's Co. 

II ir 1 rr»„ Mil brother Oeorgt Henry, i.ieut.-Cei. SOU) Fuot, 
and nerval In thoCrlhioa; ft. is. 1 )*. 

BENNETT, the Ucv. Hsnbi, o£ Sparkford Hall, 

Sotner.sol . 

S Timd miii of tlio lnte James Bennett. Esq.. of Cad- 
lilirjf lioHSfl and Sparkford, by Mary, dau. of Thomas 
Clutlvrbnek, E-q . of Mopilion, Cornwall; ft. 170 i; 
til. 1821 Emily, dau. of IVduurd Mobiily. Esq, of 

St. Petersburg, and has, with other i>-ur>, 

• I lent} I MM ail. lliirrM.rnl l.iw ; oliiratvl nt \Vim-ti~i -r 

mid St. Juhii « Coll., CnmbrlilirR ; ft. I8SS; «. i.mii--* 
liln ) all, ilan, mhI co-lielr of Hip Into Hon. i iiicf JnsttotSJt 
JaRie* n. Mnciullay, 0, 11., uf Vornato, Canada. 
Mr. lt. nu.tt. tfhn «a<< edncaird at BtOB and Trinity 

Coll., Cainbriilgu, is a Magistrals for Somerset, Low 
of t!n> Mmi'ir of Srnrkfora, Rector of Sptrkfoo) and 

Soutll Cadhun, and L'atron of 1 living.- ^■ark/ard 

Hall, TtlHIltvHi 

BENNETT, tin- Rev. Henri Ln.-.n, of Thorpe 
Plnco, Surrey. 
liMrM Ron of the bite Rtr, lv\\n T.rieii Bennett, ot 

Thorpe Place, by hi* COUldn Harriot I'.Iiai. d\u of 

Thbinni Leigh Deanett, l'.«q., A. t«M.j >. ISM; 



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m. 1815 Ciiroliue, 2nd dam of George Henry Crutehley, j 
I .- [., of Sunni ng Hill Park, and has, with other issue, 

* Henry Curric Leigh, b. 1S-52. 

Mr. Bennett, who was educated at Westminster and ! 
I n. t'h., Oxford (B. A. 1816), is a Magistrate for CO. 
Northampton ; lay-Impropriatbr and Lord of the 
Manor of Thorpe. This family became possessed of the j 
Manor of Thorpe in 1731, by marriago with an heiress i 
of t ho Leigh family. — Thorpe Place, Chertsey ; L'/ii- i 
easily Club, s.w. 

+ BENNETT, James, Esq., of Cadbury House, 
Somerset. 

Eldest son of the late James Bennett, Esq., of Cadbury ' 
House and Sparkford Hall, by Mary, dan. of Thomas j 
Clutterbuek, Esq., of Marazion, Cornwall; b. 1793; is 
married, and has, with other issue, 

* Frederick Went worth, a Magistrate for Somerset, and late 
Capt. Somerset Militia. 

Is a Magistrate for Somerset, and Lord of the Manor of 
North Cadbury. — Cadburij House, Castle Cart/, Somerset. 

BENNETT, John, Esq., of Grange, King's Co. 

Eldest surviving son of the late George Bennett. Esq., 
of Grange (who was 2nd son of John Bennett, a Judge 
of the King's Bench, Ireland, and Jane, sister of the 
late Sir J. Lovett, Bart., of Liseombe House, Bucks), 
by Eleanor, dau. of Capt. Kingsley, of H.M.'s 8th 
Kegt. ; b. 1813; s. 1856; m. 1842 Sarah, eldest dau. 
of John Erereton, Esq., and has issue, 

* George Lovett, b. 1S44. 

Mr. Bennett, who was educated at Shrewsbury, is a 
Magistrate for King's Co. (High Sheriff 1864), and 
Lord of the Manor of Grange. — Grange, Clareen, Par- 
sonttoun, King's Co. 

BEXNIE, Gkorge, Esq., of Farmoyle House, 
co. Monaghan. 
Only son of the late John Bcnnie, Esq.. of Enrmoyle, 
by Margaret, dau. of Robert Glennv, Esq., of Newry; 
h. 1827 ; s. 1847 ; m. 1850 Jane, dau. of James Parker, 
Esq., and has issue, 

* Elizabeth Margaret Hallyday. 

Mr. Bcnnie, who was educated at Merchiston Castle, 
Edinburgh, is a Magistrate and Grand Juror for co. 
Monaghan; he was formerly a Merchant in Newry. 
J his family is of Scotch extraction. — Farmoyle House, 
Hullihay, ok Monaghan. 

BKNNITT, William, Esq., of Stourton Hall,! 
^Vorcestershii'e. 
Eldest son of the late Samuel Bennitt, Esq., by Jane. 

dan. of S. Ilodffetts, Esq ., of Dudley ; It. 1800 j »>. 1836 
Sarah Louisa, dau. of John Dawes, Esq,., and has, with I 
oilier i*su</, 

* Pyrmon Wilmot, t>. ihiit; m. isr.r, Mabel, youngest dau. of 
•I. li. HirrlaOiurlund, Esq., »f New i ourt,co, Gloucester. | 

Mr. Bennitt, who is a Magistrate for cos, Worcester, 
Stafford, and Salop, mid a l)i-p.-Lii lit. for. -. Worcester,' 
and Patron of 2 livings, has commanded since IB3'i, 1 
"* Capt., the Dudley Squadron of Queen's Own Wor- 
cestershire Yeomanry Cavalry. — Stourton HnU, Stoiir- i 

bridge) Priory Hotwt, Dudley, Staffordshire. 
t BKNNITT, Jostim, Esq., of Ashwoocl Hquee, 

s """ 1 late Samuel Bennitt, Esq., by Jane. dau. of 
K I|,„|,.,m«, f HurllfV, and brother of Wm. 

K*q . of Stourton Hall (whom bee) preceding j 
' Iwl UnJ.P. and D.L. for co. Stafford, and Patron 
"t lt»ing»,«. AtkMvod Home, Klnu a info,-,/, Kinfird' 



BENSON, Sir Johx, Knt. (cr. 1So3). 

Son of the late John Benson, Esq., of Culloonev 
Sligo; b. 1812 ; m. 1849 Mary, dau. of J. Smith.*! - , ' 
of the 46th Regt. Is an eminent Civil Engineer; was 
architect of the Great Exhibition at Dublin. — .V - 
notte, Cork ; 8, Cecil Street, Strand, w.c. 

BENSON, "Moses Geokge, Esq., of Lutwyche 
Hall, Shropshire. 
Eldest son of the late Ralph Benson. Esq., of Lut- 
wyche Hall (sometime M.P. for Stafford"), by Barbara, 
3rd dau. and co-heiress' of Thomas Lewin. E-q.. of 
Cloghans, co. Mayo; h. 1798; 5. 1845: m. 1S26 Char- 
lotte Riou, only child of the late Col. Lyde Browne, 2 lit 
Eusiliers, and has, with other issue, 

• Balph Augustus, educated at "Winchester, M.A. of Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, Earristcr-at-T.aw. and Police Maeistrare at Lam- 
beth; b. 1S2S ; m. 1860 Henrietta Selina, onlv dan. r.f the 
late Charles Robert Cockerell, Esq., R.A., F.B.S., and has 
issue. 

Mr. Benson, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Salop, a Magistrate for co. Wor- 
cester, Lord of the Manor of Lutwyche, and Patron 
of 2 livings. This family were formerly seated in Eur- 
ntss. — Lutuyche Hall, Wenlock ; University Club, s.w. 

BENSON, Mrs., of Utterby House, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Mary Catherine, only child and heir of the late Sapsford 
Harrold, Esq.. of Utterby House, by Elizabeth, dau. of 
James Eenwick. Esq. : m. 1829 the Lev. Henry Bristowo 
Benson, who d. 1855. leaving no issue. Mrs. Benson is 
Patron of 1 living. The family of Harrold have been 
seated at Utterly for several centuries ; they inherited 
the property from the Sapsfords. — Uttt rby House, Louth. 
Lincolnshire. 

+ BENSON, Starling, Esq., of Fairy Hill, Gla- 
morganshire. 
Son of the late T. Benson. E«q., of Fairy Hill ; b. 1801. 
Educated at Eton : is a Magistrate for co. Glamorgan. 
— Fairy Hill, Swansea. 

BENT, Lady, of Ashbourne Hall, Derbyshire. 

Elizabeth, dau. of the late John Davenport, Esq., M P, 
of Westwood Hall, Leek. co. Stafford : tit. 1822 Sir John 
Bent, who d. 1857. — Ashbourne Hull, fitr/.yshirr. 

+ BENT, Baldwin Haret, Esq., ofWenningtoo, 

Lancashire. 

Is a Magistrate for co. Lancnster and the w. Biding of 
Yorkshire, ami a Merchant ami Manufacturer. — The 
Sidding, Winniuy'o'i, Lancaster. 

BENT, James, Esq., of Baildon House, York- 
shire. 

Fifth son of the bite William B( nt. Esq . of Stoney field, 
co. Stafford, by Sarah, dau. of John Gorton. I%q , and 
brother of the lale Sir .Dm Bent, of Edire Hill, near 
Liverpool; />. 1807; m. 1848 Margaret Eleanor. «ldcr 
dan. and co-heir of the late John Lambert, Esq., of 
Baildon, and has issue, 

• 7amet Tbecdore, i. IBS?, 

Mr. Bent ii n Magistrate for W. Riding of co. York. 
— Liaildon House, Ltfdt. 

DENT, .Ton v, Esq , Into of Wexham Lodge, 
Bucks. 

Second son of the late Rer, George B<-nt. In- 1 i« l»t 
wife Mary. din. of John Milton, l"«q . of Bri«t..l; f< 
17S2: i>. IBS] ; ni. 1S2.'l EliMfoth, JrouOBVtt dun. of 
Robert Paul. E«q.. Prv-idi nt of tie- Conn. 1 of St Vin- 
cent. W. Indie*, and has i--ne, 

• I mreo, J.Mh Pool , A 

Mr Bent, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Buck*. «p.l a Oom- 



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[Ben 



missioncr of Taxes, entered the Army as Ensign 5th 
Foot 1801, retirel as Major 1831. This family weie 
formerly of Jacobstow, Devonshire. — Mutint le Grand, 
Hcavitree, Exeter ; UniUd Service Club, s.w. 

BENTHALL, Edward, Esq., of Sherborne, 
Dorset. 

Tliird son of the late William Searle Benthall, Esq., of 
Totnes, Devon, by Mary Anne, dau. of William Marshall, 
Esq, of Totnes; b. 1 yi)7 ; m. lStU Clementina, dan. of 
Rev. William Marshall, B.D., Rector of Chiqkerell, 
Dorset, and has, with other issue, 

* Clement Edward, Gapt. Bengal Cavalry ; 6. IS 11. 

Mr. Benthall, who was educated at Haileybury, pro- 
ceeded to Bengal in the Civil Service of the late H.E.I.C. 
1826, and retired 18o5 from the Judgeship of Burdwan. i 
This family, indifferently called Burnell or Benthall, I 
were seated for six centuries at Acton Burnell and j 
Benthall, co. Salop. — Residence: Sherborne. 

BENTINCK, Sir Henry John William, K.C.B. 
(cr. 1855). 

Youngest son of the late Major-General John Charles 
Bentinek (Count of the Holy Roman Empire), by 
Jemima, eldest dan. of the Gth Earl of Athlone, and | 
cousin of William, 5th Duke of Portland; h. 1706; m. I 
1829 Renira Antoinette, dau. of the late Admiral Sir! 
James Hawkins- Whitshed, Bart.. G.C.B. Entered the | 
Army in 1813, and served in iho "Coldstream Guards ; j 
is a General in the Army, and Col. of the 28th Foot : 
late A.D.C. and Groom in Waiting to Her .Majesty; ' 
served with distinction in the Crimea; is also a: 
Commander of the Letrion of Honour, and has the 
Turkish Older of the Medjidie, and the Crimean and ! 
Sardinian medals.- - United Service Club, s.w. ; 22, Upper j 
Grosvenur Strict, w. 

BENTLNCK, Charles Aldenburo, Esq., of Indio, j 
Devon. 

Third son of the late Vice-Admiral William Bentinek ' 
(who d. 1813), by Lady Frances Augusta Eliza, only 
dau. of Charles, 1st Earl Minivers; k- lSli); m. 1st j 
1819 Harriet, 3rd dau. of the late Baldwin Fulfoid, 
Esq., of Fulford, Devon (she d. 1853) ; 2nd 185S ! 
Frances, 2nd dau. of the late Martin Williams, Esq., of | 
Bryn-Gwyn, co. Montgomery, and has issue by the 
former, 

* Henry Aldcnburg, b. 

Mr. Bentinek, who is a Magistrate for Devon, is de- 
scended from a younger branch of tin Ducal House of 
Poitland.— indio, Uoviy Tracty, Dcivti. 

BENTINCK, Cteorqb Ai,\; n.\s Frederick 
Cavendish, Esq. 
Only son oi th ■ late Major-General Lord Frederick ('. 
Bentinek, C If, by Lady Mary, 3rd dau. of William, 1st 
Karl of Lotwdalej b. 1821 ; >,i. I860 Prudouco Penelope, 
4th dau. nf the late Col. c. p. Leslie, of Uluslougli 
Castle, eo. Monaghun, and has issue, 

* William QoMgt, ><■ 1K'>». 

Mr. Bentinek, who was called to tlie Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1816, ,\vo« M l', for Taunton 18/i'J Co, elected for 
Whitehaven 1805. — (larrkk Club, w.c. ; 18, CAaHtt l 
Sired, Berkthy Square, w. 

BENTINCK, Gkorge William Piebuepom 
ALDENBUUO-, Km, , of Tcvrington St. 
Cletnent, Norfolk. 

Ebb st sun nf tllG late Vice Admiral W. Bentinek. by 
Lady Frances Lli/.a Augu-tu, Ollly dau. of Cha let, 1M 
Earl Minivers; b. 1803; t. 1818, Elncated at Sand- 
hurst; in n .1 I'. and D.L. for Nurtolk ; was M.P. for 

W. Norfolk i N.v.'-ii.'i. This fumih it* ft younger branch 



of the Ducal house of Purtlaud. — Terrimjton St. Clemen', 
King's Lynn ; Carlton and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; 56, 
Davus Street, vr. 

Heir Pres., hU brother Henry Paget, h. 1805. 

BENTINCK, the Yen. William Harry Edward. 

Eldest son of the late Lord Edward C. Bentinek, by 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Richard Cumberland, Esq., 
and grandson oi William, 2nd Duke of Portland, E.G.; 
b. \ 784 ; in. 1814 Frances, dau. of the Rev. T. Constable 
(she d. 1862). Educated at Westminster and Ch. Clu, 
Oxford (B.A. ISUo, M. A. -18-8); appointed Rector of 
Sig:rlcsthorue 1808, Prebendary of Westminster 1300, 
Archdeacon of Westminster 18o4, resigned 1865 ; is a 
Dep. -Lieut, for the E. Riding of Yorkshire ; late Canon of 
Westminster. — Siyglcstlivrne Rectory, Hull; University 
Club, s.w. 

BENTESTCK. (See under Portland, Duke of.) 

BENTLEY, James, Esq., of YFoodgreen Park, 
Herts. 

Son of the late Francis Bentley, Esq., by Catherine, 
dau. of George. Burton, Esq.; b. 17S.3; ra. 1819 Ann, 
dau. of the late Goland Burton, Esq. (she d. 186y). 
Is a Magistrate for Middlesex and Essex, a J.P. and 
D.L. for Herts (High Sheriif 1860), and Patron of 1 
living ; he was formerly a Merchant in London. — IVuod- 
green Park, Chcshunt, Herts. 

BENTLEY, John, Esq., of Birch Hoiise, Lanca- 
shire. 

Only son of the late John Bentley, Esq., of Birch House, 
by Ellen, dau. of Richard Lomax, Esq., of Harwood. 
near Bolton; b. 1797 ; «. 1821 ; m. 1830 Emma, eldest 
dau. of tliP late Clement Royds. Esq., of Mount Falinge, 
co. Lancaster, and has, with other issue, 

• Franc is John Royds, 6. lSSO. 

Mr. Bentley, who was educated at the University of 
Edinburgh, is a J.P. and D.L. for Middlesex, and a 
Magistrate for Middlesex, Westminster, and Lancashire. 

— Liirch House, Bolton ; Union Club, s.w. ; 9, Portland 
Place, vr. 

BENTLEY, Robert John, Esq., of West Hons,-, 
and Fitiningley Park, Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Hubert Bentley, Esq., by Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Miles Nctherwood, Esq., of Dcightou Hull, 
near Iluddersliohi, eo. York ; b. 18*22 : .v. 18.">0; m. 1811 
Sarah, '2nd dau. of Thomas Hirst, E-q., of Low Ho ise, 
near Bradford, eo. York, and has issue, 

• Robert. J>. IS 18. 

Mr. BeHtloy is a Magistrate for Notts. This family i< 
fivtn the neighbourhood of Halifax, and numbers amonif 

ii* nneestrv the celebrated Dr. Bentley and Jeremy 
I'm t.t b y, elected ill 1664 and 1650 M l', for Halifax. 

— Hist UtlMC, llotht r/ium ; I'tnntnylry Pork, Pantry. 

BENTLEY. William, Esq., of Hurlaton, co. 

Clair. 

Second but eldest survmnc ion of the late William 
Bentley, R*q,, of llUrlslOII, l»V Matilda, dau. of Stutub'e- 
Philips, E»q.. of Mount Philips, eo. Tipper ir\ ; h. 1821 . 

his brothor 1842 ; m. I8.">7 Juliel Mary, only dau. ol 
William l>iuby I.awlor, Usq., M B . and UM laaue, 

• Witlium Ant'iey.ft. Is'.*. 

Mr. Bentley, who wax educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
1 15 A. lsi.'i), it ft MugiMwte for co. Clare, Thu Itmll* 
ia of Norman origin, I ut more immediately deeccnaetl 
fCOm (.'apt. Thomn» Buithy, who in ll>».' 'ettbd m 

Ireland with the Cnglisb unj. -ili<> Itfott, • 
Limerick; 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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i;i:.VTLEY-IXXES, Frederic Stocks, Esq., of: BERE, Johx, Esq.. of Time-well House, D von. 
" Thrumster, Caithness- shire. Eldest son of the late Rev. John Bere, by Ann, . , . 



Youngest sou of the late Henry Bentley, Esq., of Eshald j 
House, Oulton, and of Filey, co. York, by Maria, | 
vouagest dau. of Michael Stocks. Esq., J.P., of Upper 
ShiMeii Hall, near Halifax ; b. 1837 ; assumed the ad- | 
ditional name of limes 1863, on his marriage with i 

H. nrietta, only child of the late Robert Innes, Esq., of I 
Thrumster, J.P. and U.L for cos. Caithness and Slither- . 

I. md, by Henrietta, dau. of Capt. Wemyss, of Soiithduu, | 
rind grand-dau. of Benjamin, 6th Lord Luffus, and has, j 
with other issue, 

• Fre icric Dunbar Sinclair, 6. 18G1. 
Mr. Bentley-Innes was educated at Rugby, called to the : 
Ii.tr at tlie Middle Temple 1860, and was formerly one [ 
ot" H.M.'s Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at Arms. — Thrum- \ 
s'er II use, Golspie, X.B.; Reform Club, s.w. ; Grafton i 
Club, w. 

BENTON, the Rev. Edward Richard, of Culford j 
Hall, Suffolk. 
Son of the late Edward Benyon de Beauvoir, Esq.. and , 
nephew of the late Richard Benyon De Beau voir, Esq., I 
who bestowed on him this estate by deed of gift in his . 
lit', time; } h. 1802 ; m. 1830 Jane, only dau. of Edward j 
Evans, Esq., of Eyton Hall, co. Hereford. Educated at | 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 182-5) ; appointed 
Rector of Culford with Ingham and Timworth 1839 ; is | 
a Magistrate for Suffolk. — Culford Hall, Bury Ht. Ed- 
mund's. 



BENYON, Richard, Esq., of Englefield House, 
Berks. 

Second surviving son of the late William Henry Fel- I 
lowes, Esq., of Bamsey Abbey, Hunts, by Emma, 4th ! 
dau. of Richard Benyon, Esq., of Englefield House; j 
1811; s. 18.01 to the estates of his maternal uncle, I 
Richard Bcnyon-de-15eauvoir, Esq., and took the name ! 
of Benyon in compliance with his will ; m. 1858 Eliza- | 
beth Mary, '2nd dau. of Robert Clutterbuck, Esq., of j 
Watford House, Herts, and has issue, 
• Two daughters. 

Mr. Benyon, who was educated at the Charterhouse and ; BERENS, 
at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1833, M.A. 1835), 
nn.l railed to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1837, is a J.P. ] 
and D.L. for Berks (High Sheriff 1 8.57), a Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions, and Patron of 8 livings ; he was elected 
M.P. for Berks 1860. — Englefield Hnuse, Reading ; Carl- 
ft H, Conservative, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; 31, Orosvenor 
Square, w. 



Thomas Pearse, Esq., of Timewell House; b. 1701 , 
1813; m. 1816 Mary, eldest dau. of the Bev. James 
Randolph, and has issue, 

* John, in Holy Orders. B.A. of Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge 
Curate of Selwortny, Somerset ; b. ISM. 

Mr. Bere, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1813), is a Magistrate for Levon and 
Somerset. This family were formerly of Hunuham, 
near Tiverton, Devon. — Timewell House, Hampton, 
Devon; Milverton, Sorilerset. 

BERE. Mrs., of Morebath, Devon. 

Wilhelmina Jemima, 3rd dau. of the late Right Rev. 
Dr. Sandford, Bishop of Edinburgh; m. 1822 Montague 
Baker Bere, Esq , a Commissioner of Bankruptcy and 
a D.L. for Devon, and Chairman of the Quarter Ses- 
sions, who d. 1858, leaving, with other issue, 

* Jtontasne, M.A. of Balliol Coll., Oxford. Barristor-at-Law, 
Recorder of Penznnee; b. TS24 ; m. 1S32 Cecil Henrietta) 
2nd dau. of Capt. T. Wentworth Buller. R.X.. of AVIjimple! 
Devon, and ha;, with other issue. « Alontacrue L'lavUl li. 
]s",t>, educated at the Charter House. 

Mrs. Bere is Patron of 1 living. — Morebath, Tiverton. 

BERENS, Richard Benton, Esq., of Kevington, 
Kent. 

Eldest son of the late Richard Beauvoir Berens, Esq., 
of Kevington, by Catherine, dau. of the late John 
Edmund Dowdeswell, Esq., M.P., of Pull Court, co. 
Worcester; b. 1834 ; s. 1850; m. 1860 Fanny Gcorgina. 
dau. of Alexander A. Park, E-q., Master of tho Court 
of Common Pleas, and has, with other issue, 

» Richaid, b. 1SG4. 
Mr. Berens, who was educated at Westminster and 
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1857, M.A. 1865), is a Magis- 
trate for Kent, Patron of 2 livings, and Lieut, in tr.o 
W; Kent Yeomanry Cavalry. This family are of 
foreign extraction, and were' formerly eminent mer- 
chants in London. — Kevington, 61. Mary Cray, Kent; 
Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w. 



HULSE, Esq., of Sidcup, 



Henry 

Kent. 

Son of tho late Joseph Beren«. Y.^f.. of Kevincton, 
Kent, by Elizabeth, '2nd dau. of the late Sir Edward 
Hulse, Bart., of Bredmore House. Hants; h. 17<U). 
a Magistrate for Kent. — Sidcup, Foot's Cra'f. Kent. 



of Stetehworth Park. Cam- 



liK.N'YON, Mrs., 
bvidgpshire. 
Carolina Eliza, eldest dau. of the late John Tlmrp, Esq., 
"I C'hippeWhiVWI Park, eo. Cambridge, bv Ann i M iri i. 
d(l\|, of < Sol. Charles' Phillips, of Un\lev Lodge, Surrey ; 
"I. 1823 Samuel Yatc Benyon, Esq., of Stetehworth 
Park, who was a Magistrate for cos. Cambridge, Suffolk, 
^ d.'p, and Chester, and who d. 1801, leaving, with other 
l»«IIP, 

• Anprie tns Wlllinm, Tt.X. ; ft. 1 s j 1 . 
I llitt family is of verv old HtHrltliflp In eo. Snlop, having 
seated (here since lfl?0. Sh tchirorth l'ark. NtW 

marJ{ti\ loA, Hill Street, Berkeley Squat*, w. 
-> BENYON 



.1" Gledl 



low 



Lod 



Thomas, Esq. 
near Lt«ptls, Yorkshire, 
j Mot »on nf the |,itn Tliotnus Benyon, E q . J P. and 
, of IIpihlh|gl(»v Orange, eo York; A. 1800i m. 
Is HI Miry. (l,m, „f William Williams Brown, P.M., 
• " V. r. of r>«iln, nnd hnstosup. N n J ,P and D.L, 
« r the w. Itiilitifr of Yorkshire j «rn< formerly n Mer- 

ti >'it at Lecd».~ Residence: Thorp Arch, Tad, after. 



i it* Qkge'a ■ in ,tor y n f Thintfoe Hundred, 



BERESFORI), the Right Hon. William, of 
Klsfifltl, < Ixlbrdshire. 
Only son of tho late Marcus Borcsford, E?q. (many 
years M P. for Dungarvon), by Lady Frances Arabella, 
younger dau. of Joseph, 1st Earl of Miltown ; 6. IT'.X; 
hi. 1N31 Anna Maria, dan. of the late George Pol ert 
Hcnenge, Ksq., of Sainton Hall, eo. Lincoln, and ha«, 

with .it her issue. 

• M.i-tvn Do In Toer. Capt. 72nd Toot ; b. IMS, 

Major Bercsford, who was educated at Eton and Sr. 
Mary's Hall. Oxford t B.A. 1810), is a Magistrate for 
eo. Wieklow. and u Major in the Army retired , formerly 
Capt. K'th Lancers ; was M.P. for Harwich lsii-7. 
for N. l'.s-ex i,si7-G."); Secretary at War in ISS'J 

— fliunpt'in Court l',i'aee. s.w. ; Ktyttd, Gr/i r./. C'..r,'fon 
Club, s.w. ; 3, King Street, .S'/. Jam- .s'.«, s.w. 

BERESFORD, Sir Qeoros nr. t.a Pour, BaH . 
of Kimioiily Houso, Forfarshire for. 1814). 
Eldeet '.in of the 1 «»■■ Admiral Sir John Poo Bcresfoid, 

Bart.. K I' ll . Q-.C.H., \e. (WllO was ■ natural »on of 

Grrorgo, 1st Unn|uia of Wntcrford), ha his i^t wift 

Mary, dau. of Capt. A. J. IV Mollov, H.N . of W impok 
Sin , I. London ; /*. 181 1 ; s. as 2od Hart. 184* ; m. ISiti 
EHilaheth, dan. of Havid l.uen*. E>,| . of ClMtibNl 
RdnCStcd at Hai ioxv. rntrre l the Armv I BS 7. and it 

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Major 7th Foot; was M.P. for Athlone 1841-2.— 
Kinnordu House, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, N.B. ; Tra- 
vellers' Lltib, s.w. 

Hrir Pies., his nephew Henry Monson De la Poer Beresford- 
Pcirse, Ktq. (?ee that: name), b. 1850. 

BERESFORD, Geoege Roiieet, Esq., of Mac- 
biehill, Peeblesshire. 
Only son of the late Rev. John Isaac Beresford, by ' 
Sophia, dau. of R. White, Esq., of Aghavoc, Queen's- 
Co. ; A. 1830; s. 1847. Educated at Trinity Coll., 1 
Dublin (B.A. 1 ; is a Magistrate for co. Peebles: 
appointed to the 88th Regt, 1851 ; became Capt. 1,855 ; is i 
Capt. Jialf-pay 7th Foot ; served throughout the Crimean I 
campaign ; is a Knight of the Legion of Honour. — i 
Represents a branch of t he Waterford family. — Machie- 
hill, Leadburn, N.B. ; Junior United Service Club, s.w. j 

BERESFORD, John- Barr£, Esq., of Lear- j 
mount and Ashbrook, co. Londonderry. I 
Eldest son of the late Henry Barre Beresfovd, Esq., of i 
Learmount, by Eliza, youngest dau. of John Bayly, | 
Esq., of Hambrook, near Bristol : b. 1815 ; s. 1837 ; m.\ 
1st 1840 Sophia, 3rd dau. of Hugh Lyons-Montgoniery, 
Esq. (she d. 1850) ; 2nd 1853 Caroline, only child arid 
eventual heir of the late William Hamilton Ash, Esq., \ 
of Ashbrook, co. Londonderry ; he has, with otiier issue, ] 
» Henry B.irre Blacker, R.N.. b. is 18. nnd * William Randal 
Hamilton (heir to the Ashbrook property), 6. ls-".">. 
Mr. Beresford, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch.. 
Oxford (B.A. 1835, M.A. 1865), is Vice-Lieut, for j 
co. Londonderry ( U i Sheriff 1840). Represents a 
branch of the family of the Marquis of Waterford. j 
— Learmount Park and Ashbrook, Londonderry. 

BERESFORD, the Rev. John Geoege. 

Youngest son of the late Admiral Sir John Poo Beres- 
ford, Bart., K.C.B., M.P., by his 2nd wife Harriet 
Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of the late Henry Peirse, Esq., M.P., 
of Bedale, co. York; b. 1821 ; m. 1840 the Hon. Caro- 
line Amelia, youngest dau. of Thomas, 1st Lord Denman, 
and has, with other issue, 

• John Teirse Ue la Eocr, b. 1 8-16. 

Mr. Beresford, who was educated at Eton and St. 
Peter's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1843, M.A. 184 7), was 
Vicar of St. Andrew's, Whittlesey 1S40-9. Beet or of 
Wymondham 1849-61, and Mas appointed Rector ol 
Bedalo 1861.— 27»e Rectory, Beddle, Yorkshire. 

BERESFORD, Robert Hinky, Esq., of Wood- 
house, co. Waterford. 
Eldest son of the late George John Beresford, Esq., ol 
Woodhouse (who was a Magistrate for co. Waterford. 
nnd a Col. B.A. retired I, by his 2nd wife Frnnci n Con- 
stantia, eldest dau. of the late Robert John Ullineke, 
Ksq., of WliodhoUfe, J.P. nod D.L., Ond formerly Hifrh 
Sheriff of CO. Waterford : ft. 1845; s. 1864. Mr. 
Beresford, who is an Ensign in the 39th lietrt., repre- 
sents a youngor branch or the noble house ot Water- 
ford.— ••Woodhouse, Stntdbal'y, PUtown, co, Waterford, 

BERESFORD, Mrs, 

Anna Maria, dint, of the Rev, F Fit/.patriek, of Loch 
Hchillnn CHt'lio, co. Cuvnn ; m, 1838 the Rev, Charles 
Claudius Beresford, w ho «/. 1 8 1 H. — ttailieborouyh, co, 
Cavan. 

BERESFORD, the Rev. Wiluam Montgomery. 
Third son of the Into H. l'.anv llercsfonl, Esq., of 
Learmount, ro fifttnlOllderry, by ElitAj, dftU. of J 

Bayly, Esq.* of Bristol; 6, 1817, hi. 1851 Rosa Ellen, 
dau. of J. Turner, Esq . of Brighton, und has, with other 
issue, 

* William James Montgomery, #. IM9, 

Mr. Beresford, who was educated al Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Dublin (B.A, 1B40, M.A I860), wan ordained 
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1811, appointed Curate of Derry Cathedral 18-37, ar.d 
Chaplain to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland I860 : he 
was Perpetual Curate of Trinity Church, Aylesbury, 
18.33-7. This is a branch of the family of the 
Marquis of Waterford. — Londonderry. 

BERESFORD. 

(See under Waterford, Marquis of, and Decks, Lord.) 

BERESFORD. (See Pack-Beresford.) 

BERESFORD-HOPE. Alexander Jaiifs Beres- 
ford, Esq., LL.D., of Bedgebury Park, 
Kent. 

Youngest son of the late Thomas Hope. Esq.. of Deep- 
dene, Surrey, by Louisa, youngest dau. of William. 1-t 
Lord Deeies (she m. 2nd 1832 William Viscount Beres- 
ford, G.C.B., and d. 18.51) ; ft. 1820 (assumed the name 
of Beresford by Royal licence); m. 1842 Lady Mildred, 
dau. of James, 2nd Marquis of Salisbury, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Philip, b. 1651. 
Mr. Beresford-Hope. who was educated at Harrow and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844 1, cr. 
Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford 1848. and Hon. LL.D. of Cam- 
bridge 1864, is a Magistrate for Kent and Stafford, and 
Patron of 2 livings ; he was M.P. for Maidstone 
1S41-52 and 1857-9; elected M.P. for Stoke-upon- 
Trent 18G.5, for Cambridge University 1868. — Bedyebury 
Park, Cranbrooh, Kent ; Beresford Hall, Ashbourne. 
Staffordshire; Carlton, Athnamni, University, Oxford 
and Cambridge, and New University Clubs, s.w. ; Ark- 
low House, Connauyht Place, Hyde Park, w. 

BERESFORD-PEIRSE. Henry Monson pe La 
Poer, Esq., of Bedale Hall, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Henry William De la Poer 
Beresford-Peirse, Esq., J.P. and D.L. (who assumed 
the additional name of Peirse, on succeeding to the 
estates of his maternal aurit Miss Peirse, of Bedale 
Hall), by Henrietta Ann Theodosia, only dau. of tie 
Hon. and Lev. Thomas Monsou ; ft. 1850 ; S. 1859. I- 
Lord of the Manor of Bedale. all. -mate Patron of 1 
living, ami Heir Pres. to his uncle's Baronetcv.-~-.fi«/a/« 
Hall, Yorkshire ; Hutton Bonvillc Hall, Xorihal/crton. 
II fir Pre»., his brother Arthur De la Poer, 6. 1SG0. 

BERIDGE, the Rev. Bash,, of Algarkirk, Lin- 
colnshire. 

Son of the late Bev. Basil Bury BeridgC, by Dorothy, 
dau. of John Tanfield, Esq., of Carthorpc, co. York; 
ft. 17!»7; m 1st 1823 Bettina Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
the Bev. William Chaplin, of Thorpe Hall. Louth fshe 
d. 1.824); 2nd 1828 Judith, dau. of John Pultenoy, Esq., 
of Northerwood, Hants (she a'.s.p. 1660). Mr. Beridgc, 
who was educated at Harrow and Magdalen Coll.. Ox- 
ford, is h Magistrate for co. Lincoln: & 1822 to the 
Rectory of AJgovkirk-cunvFosdykc, of which living 
his family have been Patrons and Incumbent* linen 
1030, having been lone previously landowners in 
Leicestershire, and from the reign of Elisabeth (undm 
the names of Bcndge and Beveridge). Patrons and ln« 
cumbent* of Ivibwortli, Quorn, and Harrow,} in thvi 
co. — A'yurkirk, Spalding, Lincolnshire, 

BERINOTON, CiuRtsa Michael, E$q„ of 
Little Mitlveni Court, Worcestershire. 

Eldest son of (he late William Boringtnn, l>q.. of 

Littlo Malvern Court, by M iry Francos, dun. of Don 
Joseph Prune, of Cndia, Spain; ft. 1810; 1847; *»• 

18A8 Ellen Mary, 2nd dau. of the late .lame* Halle. 

Esq., of Unnnytneile. eo. Roscommon. Edw iled si 

Downside ("nil., near Bath; i* a IV and D.L tat CO 

Worcester v llinh Sheriff 1 808). Tlill family »fi>' 



j Frem this latter parish the ami ucd Bishop tv-vcn iire « ■»« i»o>- 

lllOte.1 l.i the SiV el St. Awi.il. In I ?■»«. 



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originally of Mote Hall, co. Salop, and settled at 
Windesley, co. Hereford, tnnp. Edward III. — Little. 
Malvern Court, Malvern. 

+ BEI1IXGTON, Major John, of Mote Hall, 
Salop. 

Eldest son of the late Lieut.-Col. John Berington, j 
J. P. and D.L., of Winsley Park, co. Hereford, by j 
Frances, -widow of J. Dickenson, Esq.; b. 1815; s. 
1852 ; m. 1st 1850 Georgina, dau. of the late J. S. ! 
Coxon, Esq., of Flesk Priory, co. Kerry; 2nd I860; 
Elizabeth, dau. of the late Mr. John Cowell, of Lympne, | 
Kent. Is a Dep.-Lieut. of the co. Hereford and a 
Major in the Hereford Militia. This family were first 
seated temp. Edward III., at Winsley, which tiny 
acquired by marriage with the heiress of the ancient 
family of Winsley or Windesley ; hut they sold the 
estate to the Arkwrights in 18-18. — Mote Hull, Shrews- 
bury ; Residence : Bruges, Belgium. 

BERKELEY, Earl of (Thomas Moreton Fitz- 
Hardinge-Beukeley). — Cr. 1679. t 

Fifth son of Frederick Augustus, 5th Earl, by Mary, 
dau. of Mr William Cole, of Wottou-uinler-Edge, co. 
Gloucester, and younger brother of Lord FitzHar&inge; 
b. 1790; s. 1810. Educated at C. C. C, Oxford. Is 
co-heir to the Baronies of Mowbray, Seagrave, and 
Baorse of Gower. — Cranford Cottage, near Houn- 
slow, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Georpre Charles Grantlfy, a Magistrate 
for co. Gloucester ; formerly an officer in the Coldstream 
Guards; M.P. for \V. Gloucestershire 1832-47; author of 
' Berkeley Cattle,' and other works of fiction; b. 1800 ; m. 
1824 Caroline Martha, dau. of the late t'aul Bctlfleld, Esq., 
Mid has surviving issue, * Edward Stratton FitzHurdiiige, 
late Capt. 2nd Life Guards, b. 1827. 

BERKELEY, the Hon. Charles Paget Fitz- 
Hardinge, of Old Park, Sussex. 
Younger son of Maurice, Lord FitzIIardinge. by Lady 
Charlotte, dau. of Charles, 4th Puke of Richmond; 
b. 1830; m. 185G Louisa Elizabeth, only dau. of the 
late II. L. Lindow, Esq. Is a Magistrate for Sussex, 
and a Dep.-Lieut." for cos. Gloucester and Sussex; was 
M.P. for Gloucester 1862-6S.— Old Park, Chichester, 
Sussex; Brooks's Club, s.w.; 39, //('// Street, w. 

BERKELEY, Charles Lennox Grenville, Esq. 

Second son of the late Admiral the Hon. Sir G. C. 
Berkeley, G.C.B., by Emily Charlotte, dau. of Lord 
(i. Lennox, and cousin of Lord FitzHardinge ; b. 1806; 
■m. 1827 Augusta Elizabeth, dau. of J. H. Leigh, Esq., 
and sister of Chandos, 1st Lord Leigh. Educated at 
the Royal Military College, Sandhurst ; appointed a 
Commissioner of Customs l>« 50 ; is a J.P, and D.L. for 
co, Gloucester ; formerly Capt. 62nd Foot; -^ih secre- 
tary to the Poor-Law Hoard 1852-0; M.P. for Chelten- 
ham and Evesham 1848-58. — Travellers' and Brooks's 
Clubs, s.w. j 7, Wilton Orescent, s.w. 

BERKELEY, Fkancis Henry Fitz-Hakiumu:, 
Ksf|. 

A younger son of the late Earl of Berkeley, by Miss 
Mury Colo (see Berkeley, Earl of ) ', 6.1794; is married, 
and has, witli olhor it -sun, 

• Henry, u Lient. 11.17., I) 188- 1 H. IMft Bqmui, only dau. of 
th(> late Joseph Coutea, Rsq., of I Ufton, 

lSducatod at Ch. Ch.,0*fotd ; lias boon M.P. for Bristol 
Hiiico 18.17. — Reform Club, s.w.; l, Victoria Square, 
1'ualico, s.w. 

BERK KLKY, Bohekt, Esq., of Spetchley Park, 

Win'rcstcisliirc. 
Eldest son of the Into Robert Berkeley Esq . of 
H|wtchlcy Park, by Apollonia, :ird dau. of Richard 

t The Rft'l, tltouftti mi, «on of iiu Intlnr, «m tho fir-i ion 

Imra o'tiT tin- inuri liiBB of I7U6, tha olilj martial lab'.Uhoil i«> 

th.' putUfai'ili a oi tin> IIoum oi Lordt. 



Lee. Esq., of Llanfoist, co. Monmouth ; b. 1701 : 
1845; rn. 1822 Henrietta Sophia, eldest dau. a .'. 
co-heir of the late Paul Beniield. E-q., of Grosvei r 
Square, and by her (who d. 1851) has, with other 
issue, 

* Robert, of Overbury Coi:rt. near Tewkesbury : a Majrlstrato 
for co. Gloucester, and J.P. and D.L. for 00. 'Worcester- ' . 
lSi'4; m. 18)1 Lady Mary Catherine, yormGTer dau. of 
Thomas, !lrd Earl of Keumare, and has, with other issue 
* Robert, b. 1839. 

Mr. Berkeley is a J.P. and D.L. for co. "Worcester, 
and Lord of the Manor of Spetchley, and Patron of 
4 livings. This family represents a younger branch 
of that of the Earl of Berkeley. — Spetchley Park, 
Worcester. 

BERKELEY, William, Esq., of Cotlieridge 
Court, Worcestershire. 
Second but eldest snrriying son of the late Eev. 
Rowland Berkeley, LL.D., Vicar of Writtle and Rox- 
well, and Hector of Rochford, Essex, by Elizabeth, 
dau. of John 'Wathen, Esq., of Clapham, Surrey ; b. 
1784; 5. his brother 1S50 ; m. 1809 Lucy Fred'erica. 
dau. and co-heir of John Eichard Comyns. Esq., of 
Hylands, Essex, and has, with other is^ue, 

* 'William Comyns. in Holy Orders, B.A. o." Je=U5 Coll., 
Cambridge; b. 1810; m. 1S44 Harriett Elizabeth, dan. of 
the late John Bowyer Nichols, Esq., F.S.A..of Hanger Hill, 
Ealing, Middlesex, and has, with other issue, * Rowland 
Comyns, I. 1845. 

Mr. Berkeley is Lord of the Manor of Cotlieridge, and 
l'atron of that living. This family is a younovr branch 
of the Earls of Berkeley. — Cotlieridge Court, Wor- 
cester. 

BERKELEY. (See under Fits-Hard h.gc, Lord.) 

BERMINGHAM-RUTHVEX, William Clip- 
ford, Esq., of Heaniesbrookc. co. Galwav. 
Only son of the late Thomas Bermingham-Trotter, 
Esq., of Bermingham, co. Gal-way (who d. 1S44). by 
Rosabclle, dau. of the late Major AVilliam Stirling 
St. (.'lair, of Emma Vale, co. Wicklow : b. 1840 ; s. his 
grandfather. Clitlbrd Trotter. Esq., 1859 ; m. 1S05 
Frances Margaret, only child of Capt. Robert Jo.'' lyn 
Otway, R.N., D.L., of distle Otway (whom see). Mr. 
Benuingham-Ruthven is a Magistrate for co. Galwny, 
and co-heir to the Baronies of Athenrv and Dolvin : be 
reassiimcd the surname of Rnthven by Royal licence 
in 1S05. in lieu of that of Trotter, the latter name 
havinb been adopted by his paternal nnc. stor after the 
Gowrie plot, A.n. 1600. This family claims to be th- 
only direct lineal descendni ts of the Earls of Gowrie. 
— Htarnrsnrookr, Kilhmarr, to, Gatwav ; Vkarttviflt 
Cottage, E&uiskerry, co. Uuklow, 

BERNAL-OSBORNE. (Sea Osborne.) 

BERNARD, the Hon. II.m.y BoYLB, of Cool- 
main Castle, co. Cork. 
Third son of James, 2nd Marl of Bandon. by Mary 

Susan Albinia, dau. of the late Ron. and Most Rev. 
Charles Brodrick, Archbishop of C.ishel ; b. 1812; 
Ml. 1818 Matilda Sophia, youngest <lau. of the hit<> 
Lieut.-Qeiicral C. Turin r, .>f Sutton, Middlesex, Col. 
l.sth Regt. Is a Magistrate for cO. Cork, and Co'. 

South Cork Liirbt Infantry; elected MP. for BandoB 
\HCi'\. — Ccohnani Cttst/r. Bavdou, CO, Cork, Carlton 
Club, s.w. 

BERNARD, the Hon. Mm., of The Perm, 
Cork, 

Elizabeth, only dnu, of the late Lieut -Col. H-nry 
Oilman of Clan Cuofo, co. fork, nl 1831 the Hon 
William Smyth II. muni, n Marfislrntr for CO. fork. 

and Capt. half-pay l-t DraflOon Qutida, M P. for 
Hindon is.ij :ii mid is..; 03, who d isos -The 
For. i), Bamfvtt, co Otrjp. 

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BERNARD, Joseph, Esq. 

Son of the late P»-tet Bernard, Esq., of Sou! Hampton, by | 
Sophia, dan. of Duncan Dallas. Esq. ; h. lSd'4 ; m. 1841 
Georgiana Emily, dau. of William Abbott, Esq., late of 
Warnford Park, Hants, and has issue, 

• Charles Colson. 6. 1348. 
Mr. Bernard is a Magistrate for Hants and for the | 
Borough of Southampton. — 10, Rocksfone Place, South- I 
amvton. \ 

. • I 

BERNARD, Thomas, Esq., of Castle Bernard, 
King's Co. 

Eldest son of the late Col. Thomas Bernard, of Castle 
Bernard (many years 31. P. for King's Co. and Col. | 
King's Co. militia), by his 2nd wife Lady Catherine 
Henrietta, sister of John, 3rd Earl of Donoughmpre ; 
b. 1816; s. 1834. Educated at Winchester ; is Lord- 
Lieut, of King's Co. (High Sheriff ISO"), Lieut -Col. in 
the Army, and Lieut.-Col. King's Co. Militia ; was I 
formerly Capt. 12th Lancers. Various members of this , 
family have represented the King's Co. in Parliament ; j 
they settled in Ireland from Northamptonshire temp, j 
Oliver Cromwell. — Castle Bernard, Khmetty, King's Co.; 
Carlton Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Richard, formerly an officer in the 1 
Army ; 6. 1S21. 

BERNARD, Thomas Tttuxgham, Esq., of Win- 1 
cbendon Priory, Bucks. 
Third son of the late Sir Scrope Bernard-Morland, [ 
Bart., by Harriet, dau. of William Morland, Esq.;! 
b. 1791 ; m. 1st 1819 Sophia Charlot te, dau. of the late : 
Sir D. Williams, Bart. ; 2nd IS 10 Martha Louisa, dau. 
of W. Minshull, Esq. (</.); 3rd 18G4 Ellen, relict of] 
Henry Duffield Elwes, Esq., late of Marehhm Court. \ 
Berks. He has surviving issuo two daughters. Mr. 
Bernard, who was educated at Eton and Cll. Ch., 
Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for Bucks, and Patron of 1 
living ; was M.P. for Aylesbury 1857-Ga. — 11 inchendon ! 
Priori/, Aylesbury ; Union Club, s.w. ; 33, Onslow j 
Square, s.w. 

BERNARD. 

(See under Bavdon, Earl of, and Tuam, Bishop of.) 

BERNARD, of Palace Anne. 
(See Beamish-Bernard. ) 

BERNARD-MORLAND. (See Borland.) 

BERNEKS, Lord (Hbnm William Wilson).—- 
Cr. 145 4 

1'^lilesl son of Henry, 5th Lord, by Elizabeth, dau. of 
T. Similiter, fcjgq., of Histon, eo. Cambridge ; /<. 1707; 
s. ] R.31 ; tn, 1st 1823 Mary Eelitia, elder dau. and co- 
heir of Col. G. Crump i she </. 1866); 2nd 1867 the Hon 
Henrietta Charlotte, only dau. of Thomas, 1st liOrd 
Delamere. Educated at Eton and Emmanuel Coll.. 
Cambridge ; is a Magistrate for Rutland and Norfolk, 
and u J.P. and 1>.L lor co. Leicester, Hon Chairman 

of Quarter Sessions, and Patron of I li\m>- Ili- 

titlo wns in nhryance 171 1-1832. Kt"lthm>ne Hull,] 

Leicester; Axliuwllhoi've, Wymondham^ Nurjulki Carl- 
ton and National Clubs, s.w. 

Heir /Vet., his niece Kmma Harriet, m. IMJ Sir If, T. Tyr- 1 
whltt, Hart. (wtlOOl seel. 

+ BERNERS, John, Esq., of Woolverstono 
Park, SuttoHc, 
Eldest *on of tho Itrto \*t n Henry 11 Hefner* of Wool- 
rontons (sometime Archdeacon «»f Kuttblk), by farah. 

(Liu. of John Jan. t, Km., 1)1 I 'ft mantle. Hunt* ■ li 

1800; tn. ISU3 Mtirv Henrietta, dau. of the i;.v 

Jivhua Uowloy, ami niece of the late fir \V Kuwlcv. 

Bitrtt, bni Ins no im«t* [i a J.P, ami D.L for ftullblk, 

bO 



Lord of the Manors of Woolverstone and Harkstead, 
and Patron of 2 livings. — Woolverstone Park, fyswioh. 

Heir Pres., his brother Hugh, of Midanbury, South ^coneham, 
near Southampton, a Capt. Royal Xavy. and a Magistrate 
for Hants; 6. 18(11; m. 1832 Julia Alice, dau. of John 
Ashton, l£-q..of the Grance. co. Ch?=ter, and ha;, with other 
issue, * Charles Hugh, b. 1842. 

BERNEY, Sir HaXSOX, Bart., of Kirby Bcadon, 
Norfolk (cr. 1020). 
Eldest son of the late Sir John Berney, Bart., of Kirby 
Beadon, by Lady Henrietta, only dau. of George. 1st 
Earl of Abergavenny ; b. 17S0; s. as 8th Bart. Is2.5; 
vi. 1st 1811 Elizabeth Ann. dau. of Henry Tahourdin, 
Esq., of Sydenham, Kent (she d. 183S); 2nd 1842 
Agnes, rlau. of Mri Thomas Pecks Is a J.P. and D.L. 
for Norfolk, and Patron of 2 livings. — Kirby Beadon, 
near Norwich ; Twydross, AtJicrstoJie, Derbyshire. 

Heir, his son Henry Hanson, LL.D. of Trinity Hall, Cam- 
bridge ; 6. 1813; in. 1866 Jane Dorothy, eldest dau. of the 
Iter. Andrew Bloxam, Hector of Twycross, co. Leicester, 
and has issue * Thomas Hugh, 6. 1SUU. 

BERNEY, Thomas Trench, Esq., of Morton 
Hall, and Hockeringr, Norfolk. 
Son of the late Thomas Berney, Esq., of Morton Hall, 
by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Sir George Jackson, Bart ; 
b. 17S.5 ; m. 1813 Mary, dau. of Thomas Penriee. Esq., 
of Great Yarmouth, ami of Wilton House, Norfolk, and 
has, with other issue, 

• G.-orge Duckett, J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk; b. 1SU; m. 
1861 Catherine Mary, dau. of the Itev. H. Lombe (whom 
see). 

Mr. Berney, who is a Magistrate for Norfolk (High 
Sheriff 1812), is Lord of the -Manor of Morton and Pa- 
tron of the livings of Hoekering and Morton. — Morton 
Lodge, Reephd'm, Norfolk ; Easton Lodge, Norwich ; 
Hoekering, East Dereham, Norfolk. 

BERRIED ALE, Lord. 

(See under Caithness, Earl of.) 

BERRINCTON, Jknkix Davies, Esq., of Pant- 
y-Goitre, Monmouthshire. 
Eldest son of the late Jenkin Davies Berrington, Esq.. 
of Swansea, co. Glamorgan: 6. 1801 ; w. 1827 Char- 
lotte, only dau. of the lnte Benjamin Hall. E^q.. M.P., 
arid sister of the late J^ord Llanover (ext.), and ha" 
issue, an only surviving son, 

• Arthur Venrilpnitl Davios, J7P. and D.L. for cn. Glamor- 
gan. nnd Dep.- Lieut, fur <-n. Mnnnmutli (High Shi riff IStJ.i); 
A. 1 : ! : ; ; tn. is:.:! 1 ranees t.CDDOX Hciienge, ard dan. of the 
late llrv. UhnrlCT t.Mim. Rector of WrOthntn, Kent, and hat, 

with otliari«siu>, « Arthur Tewdyr, ft, 1904, 
Mr. Berrinirlon. who wa< rjdHCAted at Harrow and 
Trinity O 11, Cambridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for CO, Gla- 
morgan, and a Magistrate for co. Carmarthen.— Pant- 
y- < io i/re, Aberga in any. 

m'.UllY John-, Esq., ofTayficM, Pifeshire. 

lild.-t son ot the late William' Berry. Esq., of Tavfield, 
by I-ul.il'a. eldest dau. of the late Sir Robert Hender- 
son, Hart., of Irordel, ( o. Fife, nnd giantlson of the late 
Jujin licriy, l>q.. of Wcrter Bogie, N.l!..nnd aOerw.inls 
i»f Tayflclil ; b, 1824; ». 1H.VJ; w. 1S.5S MiuffiUrcl Hic- 
pins, -rd dun, of I ho Into John hurn Murdoch, Esq , of 
.Vuick. CO. Stirlinu', atnl lios, withotln r iftsue, 

• WilllAm, >«. IMl, 

^lr Hi-rry, who wni educated at tho Univtisitiw of 
QUsrowuti I rMinlaiivh, and railed t<> th> ^cottinh Bar 
IMIO, i- a Maoist rate lor cos, I'ifo an. I Forfar, and Her 
>Inji'«tv'« Cli imlu i lain ami Im-ciht for the Lordvhipa 
ef I'Im anil Btruthoarn, tea.— tbgfiM, Ntvpmrt, by 

Dundee, N.ll. 

BKRTIE, CttART.ra McDo\xell, Es,,., of Wo*. 
toiuon>t1i6*Grccn, Oxfordshire. 

I ?Mi -t MTI "t the late II, n and B, v. rrederic Brttie. 

lie-tor of VVvtham, IVrk«. VVenh ■n on-' he-ii ret n. b> 



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Ladv Georgina Anne Emily, 2nd dau. of Admiral Lord 
M. Kerr and of Charlotte (in her own right) Countess 
of Antrim; 4. 1829; s. ISO'S. Educated at Etou ; is 
Lord of the Manor and Patron of Weston-on-the-Green. 
dibit y, Oxford. 

DERTIE. (See Tcrcy-Eertie.) 

i;ERTIE. 

(See under Abingdon, Earl of, and Lindsay, Earl of.) 

BERTRAM, William, Esq., of Nisbet and 
Kersewell, Lanarkshire. 
Eldest son of the late William Bertram, Esq., of Nis- 
het and' Kersewell, by Louise, dau. of Dr. Arnaud de 
Lapeijre, Esq., of Port Louis, Mauritius ; b. 1S26; s. 
1 S39 ; m. 18.38 Adelaide Mary, dau. of — Batman, 
Esq., of Australia, and widow of John Daniel Collyer, 
Esq., and has, with other issue, 

• William, b. 1809. 
Mr. Bertram, who is a Magistrate for co. Lanark, was for- 
merly Lieut. 72nd and 77th Foot. This family have been 
in possession of the lands of Xisbet from the year 141.3. 
and were in posses-ion of lands in the parish of Craw- 
ford, Lanarkshire, in the beginning of the 18th century, 
both of whch they still kola, and acquired the lands 
of Kcrscwell, in the parish of Carnwath, shortly after 
— Kersewell House, Carnwath, N.B. 

BERWICK, Lord (William Noel-Hill).— Cr. 
1784. 

Second but eldest surviving son of Richard, 4th Lord, j 
bv Frances Maria, dau. of the late William Mostyn 
Owen, E-q. ; b. 1802 ; s. his brother as 6th Lord, 1851. 
Educated at Rugby; is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Salop ; 
Lord ol'the Manor of Attingham, Patron of 2 livings, 
and a Co', in the Army, retired. This family, originally 
named Harwood, were Settled at East Hagbourne, 
Berks, as early as the reign of Edward II. The father 
of the 1st Peer assumed the name of Hill on his mar- 
riage with the heiress of the Hills of Attingham. — A(- 
tvirjhnm, Sb rewsb linj. 

Stir Prtt., Ills brother Tlionias Henry, in Holy Order.!, Rec- 
tor of Berritrgtoti! b. 18i4 ; m. 1845 Harrii-t Rebecca, eldest 
dau. of the Iftfcfl John HuniffrGys. Esq., of Lwyn, co. Mont- 
gomery, and has, with other Issue, * Richard Henry, b. 
1817. 

RE3SBOROUGH, Earl of (John dhsonGS Bra- 

BAZON POXSOXBT, P.C.),— Cl'. 1730. 
Eldest sou of John William, 4th Ilirl, i>,y Lady Maria, j 
3rd diu. of John, 10th Earl of Westmorland ; 6, 1809 ; 
a. 1817: m. 1st 183.1 Lady Frames Chut'Iotte, eldest; 
dan. of Jol in (reorL'c, 1st. Karl of Durham (she it. 1835) ; 

2nd 1819 Lady Caroline, eldest dau. ol Charles, 5th 

Duke of Richmond, K.Q. K.lucated at tTie Charter* 

house; sits in the HoUSO Of Beers as Lord PonsOnby 

(cr. 1 7 1!)) ; ia Lord •Lieutenant and Gustos Rotuloruth of 
co. Cavlow; Lata Bud Steward of the Household, and 
formerly Master of thdBiirlthounijle ; M.r. fur Derby 
lo3>i— t". — litsnborouoh House, Pit /own, co, hi /,<»»>/ ; 
GarriKVl, Car'ow ; Si/aonb//, Leivester ; Truirlhrs' Club, 
• w.; 40, Ciarfiu Street, w. 

Utir Pitt,, his brother Froderti k Ocorne, M A . Rnrrister-at* 
Law, ami a Dep. Lieut, for Klng'i Co. ; 6. mis. 

NEST, the Hon. and Rov. Samuel. 
Third ton of Williiim Draper, [at Lord Wynford, by 
M i iv Anne, 2nd dan. of the la to Jordan Knnup, B«q. i 
''■ IHO'J ; m, 1ft 182(1 Chai lotte, dau oFSir.T. BurroUtthl 
(ylwtf, L 833 h'ind 18:!."> limfnn, dau, of tile lati Lieut* 
Cwl, C. Bnke, and has, with OtllOT ivsue, 

• fitKlfgO, b IMS, 

Mr B •;, who was educated at Eton and King's Coll., 
Cim! ri !tf,<(51 .\ i sjn >, wa< appotutod Rector of Abbott 

Anne \K.l\ Al>>.< tt Anne Hctory, AnJ <«rr. 



BEST, GrEORGE, Esq., of Eastbury Hou 
Surrey. 

Eldest son of the late George Nathaniel Ee :. Esa. 
the Middle Temple, by Elizabeth. 2nd dau. of th ' I 
Col. John AVood^E.I.C. ; b. 1799 ; s. 1845; m. lj- Jf 
Mabel Anne, only survi \ ins child and heir of Ju^n B 
land Holling-, Esq., late of Eaton Mascott, Sal'.p; : 
1834 Elizabeth Gcorgina Anne. 2nd dau. o:' the 
General and Lady Elizabeth Loftus. and gr.aid-dau. 
George, 1st .Marquis Townshend, E.G., and has, w 
other issue, 



•27 

!ad 
ato 
of 
iih 



* George Hollings, Capt. 51st Foot ; b. 1.3:15. 

Mr. Best, who was educated at the Charterhouse and 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1821, 31. A. 1824), 
and called to the Bar at the Mid lie Temple 1825, is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Surrey, an I Lord of the Manor of 
E.istbury. This family were formerly of Middieton 
Quernhow, co. York. — Easihury House, Cuinplon, 
Guildford ; University Club, s.w. 

+ BEST, Head Pottixger, Esq., of Donnington 
Castle, Berks. 
Eldest son of the late Eev. James "Wilkes Best, of Don- 
nington, by Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir ofthp late Eev. 
Head Pottirger, Vicar of Compton, Berks ; b. 1*09 ; m. 
1st 1S39 Maria, 2nd dau. of the late Thomas DufSeld, 
Esq., M.P., of Marcham Park, Berks ; 2nd 1S4G Jane, 
eldest dau. of George Stratton, Esq., of the Madras Civil 
Service, and has, by the latter, 

* Marmaduke Head, b. 18J7. 

Mr. Best, who was educat ed at University Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1830), is a J.P. and D.L. for Berks (High Sheriff 
\S&'S).—Uowii»gion Cast'o, JS'iwbury, Berks. 

BEST, Henry Dewes, Esq., of BDston, Stafford- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late Edward Best, E>q., of Bdst^n 
(who was a Magistrate for eo. Stafford), by Mary, only 
child of Matthew Dewes. Esq., of Chippinir Norton, 
Oxon ; h. 1832 ; 5. 1861. Mr. Ilrst is a Magistrate for 
co. Stafford. This family descend thronch a regular 
line of beneficed clergy from John Best, Bishop ol Car- 
lisle, and subsequently of Chester, temp. Queen E.iza- 
beth.—ffltiton, Siaffo'rds/, ire. 

BEST, Mrs., of Park House. Boxle?, Kent. 
Harriet, youngest dau. of thn late Samuel R. Caus c en, 
Esq., of Brookmnns Park, Ilert-, 1 v ElfShbctll, dau. of 
Jacob Bosannuet, Esq., of Broxlwumcburv, II. rts ; m, 
1817 J^mes Best, Esq., of Park House, who d. 1849, 
leaving, with other i;sue, 

• J tuos, b. 1829. 

Mrs. B>i st represents an elder branch of the B."-ts. late 
of Chilstou and Wierton. — 1'ark House, B' lhy, Maid- 
stone. 

BEST. Mrs. PaTRI wjnte of Chilston Park, and 
Wierton, Kent, 
Margaret Anna. dau. of J. d. Brett, E«q. ; m. 1« — 
Thomas Fairfax Best, Esq., of Chilston IV k and Wier- 
ton. Kent (f.rinerly an Olli. cr in the Grenadier Guar.U), 
n J.P. and D.L. for Kmt. who 1849, bm iua issue 
four daughtora.— Residence : B7, Wtttbwmt Tvrract, w, 

BEST, the Rer. Tikima?, of Il .-.t- 

Eldest sou of the late Thomas Best Bm ,of lljs-dburv, 

Somerset, bj NLirtbn, dau, of Joi n 1>i ,n or E«q . of 
North Down, fVuiHTsot; b. 170*: .«. is.!. i s 20 
Sophia, youngest dau. of J. Burcbam, E-q.. and has 
is>ur, atl onl\ s> ii, 

• TbeiBM. of BtnOilcn Itno r, rtr ip. nrsr An terer. « )!togto> 
trii» 'or Hfllllli b iv.;. \* « I,r-n|.« Emily, )-ouiitfvtt 
rtU. of tlic Iter. Sir IImc Shill tipr, Tnrt. 

Mr. Bo«t, who wa« cdu. at.d at Jomi« Coll., C.-rnhndgs 
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(B.C.L. 1823), is a Magistrate for Hants ; he was for- I 
merly Rector of Kirkby-on-Bain, co. Lincoln. — Red | 
Rice, Andovcr ; Carlton Ciub,S.Vf. 

BEST, William Butler, Esq., of Blakebrotik 
House, Worcestershire. 
Eldest son of the late John Best, Esq., by Mary Beatrice, 
youngest dan. of William Whitehouse, Esq., of Kidder- 
minster ; b. 1792; s. 1 829 : m. 1820 Mary, dau. of 
Johu Roberts, Esq., of Kidderminster, and had issue. | 

John, M\A. of St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge, and a Barrister- 1 
ait-Law ; late M.P. fur Kidderminster; 6. lS.'l and d. 
1865, having /«. ISIS M.iry.d ui. of \V. Trow, Esq., leaving, 
with other issue, * \Villiam Allan, b. 1S5-. 

Mr. Best is a Magistrate for cos. Stafford, Salop, and 
"Worcester. — Blakcbrouk House, Kidderminster. 

BEST. (See under Wynford, Lord.) 

BESTE, John Richard Digby, Esq., of Botleigh, 
Hants, and Abbotsliam, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late Harry Digby Beste, Esq., by 
Sarah, dau. of Edward Scaly, Esq., of Nether Stowey, 
Somerset; b. 180G ; s. 1836; m. 1st 1830 Harriott 
Rosamond, dau. of Charles Best, Esq., of Elmsly, co. 
York ; 2nd 18 10 Marian, dau. of Shearman Bird, Esq.. 
and widow of James Barlow Hoy, Esq., of Thorn hi 11 \ 
Park, Hants, and has, with other issue, 

* Kenelm.in Holy Orders of the Church of Rome ; b. 183C. 
Mr. Besto, who was educated at Stonyhurgt Coll., is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Hauls, and a Magistrate for Devon. 
This family were formerly of Middleton Quernhow, 
Richmond, co. York, and of Mavis Enderley, cos Lin- 
coln. — Botleigh Grange, Southampton ; Abbotsliam 
Court, Bidefurd ; Palace Ascoli, Naples. 

BESWICK, William, Esq., of Gristliorpe, 
Yorkshire. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late William 
Beswick, Esc|., J. P., of Gristliorpe, by Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Keld, Esq., of Scarborough; />. 1817; his 
brother George I80I. Is a Magistrate for the E. Riding 
of Yorkshire, and Lord of the .Manor of Gristhorpo. 
This family have been seated at Gristliorpe for nearly 
four centuries. — Grifthorpe, Filey, Yorkshire. 
Heir Pres., his brother Thottias Keld, b. 1819. 

BISWICKE, Miss, of Pike House, Lancashire. 

Mary Alice Gibson, only child and heir of the late John 
Haliiwell Bcsu ickc, Esq., of L J ike House, by Murk, dau. 
of Honry Wilkinson, Esq., of Mountfoi'do, co. Lancas- 
ter; a. 1844, ^representative ftho Iteswick- family, 
long seated in the township of [Icsm ickc, near Munches- j 
tur; representi also the aiieicnl family of Hitllywell of 
Elyees, near Roclidale.— Vike House, Rochdale, 

Heirs Prei,, hci Hunts, Honorn Kllznhoth, «i. Ittflfi Rev. F. It. | 
Riiinos, Hon. Canon of Manchester, and Caroline Gibson, | 
m. 1837 Joan Wilklliton, Esq. 

BETHEIjL, James Fiiantih Hole, of Spring- 
field House. Somersctshiro. 
Eldest son of t be (lite Wlllmrn \Mt Hcthell, Esq., of I 
Springfield House, by the lute Kll'cn Mnry, dim of 
William Oonl Wood mi l Ann Crook Ins wife, of Chip* 
penham ; //. 18 18; .«. 18(i!l, — Villon House and Spring' 
field House, Sftfptun Mullet, 

Heir Pres., hit brother William Wood, 6. lsl!>. 

BETHELL, Wti.nwi PrOuATT, Esq., of Rise 
Park and Walton Ahhry, rorkslrire. 

Eldest son of Ihe l ite Kev. Ol'OVjfO P. lllell. M A., I'M- 

low of Eton Coll.. and Ltoctuf of Wnrpleiidon, Sum v 
(who d. 18'>7), 1'V Anne, elm. of Thomas Light foot, 

Kan. s 6 1800; V. hi-* iinrtr, Hieliim! ltetli.il. Esq., 
•. imih m, 1811 l-.li/ii .tb Heekett, 2nd dau. of liMtnutid 

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Denison, Esq., of Grimthorpe, co. York, aud has, with 
other issue, 

• William, b. IS-i". 

Mr. Bethel!, who was educated at E f on and Braseno-.- 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1831), is a J.P. and D.L. for tin- K 
Riding of Yorkshire, Lord of the Manor of Rise, 
Patron of 1 living. — Rise Park, Hull ; Watton Abbey, 
B< verley. 

BETHELL. (See under Westbury, Lord.) 

BETHUNTE, Sir John Trotter Lindsay, Bart., 
of KilconquLar. Eifeshire (cr. 1836). 
Eldest son of the late Ma jor-General Sir Henry Lind- 
say Bethune, Bart., of Kilconquhar, by Coutts, dau. of 
John Trotter, Esq., of Dyrham Park.'Herts ; b. 1827; 
s. as 2nd Bart. 1851 ; m. 1S.58 Jeanne, dau. of Mons. 
J. V. Duval, of Bordeaux. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Fife; late Lieut. 21st Foot. — KUconquhar House, Fife- 
shire; 134, Wcstbourne Terrace, 'w. 

BETHUNE, Alexander, Esq., of Blebo. Fife- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late Lieut. -General Alexander Bethune, 
of Blebo. by Maria, dau. of Robert Low, Esq., of Clatto. 
co. Fife; b. 1824 : s. 1847 ; m. 1849 Margaret, dau. of 
John Maxwell, Esq., of Dundee, and has, with other 
issue, 

* Alexander, b. IScn. 

Mr. Bethune, who was educated at Durham and Edin- 
burgh Academies, is a J.P. aud D.L. for co. Fife, and 
was formerly in the 42nd Royal Highlanders. Tiu> 
family is sprung from Andrew, a cadet of the house of 
Bethune of Balfour, co. Fife, who purchased this r*t itc 
in 10 19.— Blebo, Cupar, Fifeshire, KB.; New CM, 
Edinburgh. 

BETHUNE, the Rev. George Cuddingtox, of 
Chulrnleicrh, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Geortre Maximilian Bethune. 
LED., of Worth. Sussex (who d. 1841 I. by Anna Maria, 
dau. of Simon Ewart, E>-q.. of London; b. 1807: m. 
18) •"> Julia, dau. of the Rev. George Hole, Rectoroi 
Chulmleigh, Devon, and has. with other issue, 

♦ George Maximilian, 6. 1864. 

Mr. Bethune, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Ox- 
ford (P A. 1S29, M.A. 18:12. B.D. 1841), is Rector of 
Chulmloigh, Rural Dean. Patron of 1 living, and I 1 "- 
meatic Chaplain to the Earl of Abergavenny: was for- 
merly Rector of Worth, Sussex.— Chulmleigh Rectory. 
l)t eon. 

BETHTJNE Robert, Esq., of Nydie, Fife.«=htre\ 

Second son of the lale I,ieur .-< !en. Bethune, of Blcl«. 
and brother of Alexander II. thune. Esq.. of Bbtl" 
(whom sec); h. 1S27: 18'itt; ;». 1800 Marv Louisa. 

dan. of the late William AmheJrtt Hall. Capt, 52nd Ligl l 

Infantry, and has issue. 

* Honf? Alexander. 6. 1866, 

M.a;'or Bethune is a Magistrate for GO. Fife, ami » 
Major on the Retired List; served tonncrlv in the 92nd 
Highlanders.--^)/,//- . St. Antirm\ X.H. ; StV Ctmk, 
Edinburgh ; United Service Ctub,t,vi 

BETHITNE. (*>e Drinkw»tor4ktktt*t,) 

4 BETTON, Bu iiAItn. Esq.. of Overton House. 

Shropshire 

Only si n of tin- lllte Major Richard Betton, of Or. ri 
tlouMj by DtinciUn, dau. of — Wright, Bed, ; >> I s 
.-. lM!);'w. L«i is.ti Charlotte Mnrcaret, dnn. oi 

late Riehanl S.ilw. y, V.-,\.. t»f Stoor Park, near Ludh ». 
ci). Salop: 2nd 18(18 M irv. cld.vt dnu. if the late .'• 
WQltOB, I'vp. of l'.-her. Snirrv. I« a Slajpetfatv t"" 
cow. II. refold and Nilop - -<;»•. rt»n /I, use, LmfHW 
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liETTS, Edward Ladd, Esq., of Preston Hall, 
Kent. 

Eldest son of the late Mr. 'William Betts (who </. 1807'). 
bv Elizabeth Hay ward, dan. of Charles Ladd, Esq., of 
Buekland, Kent;"*. 1815; m. 1S±3 Ann, dau. of William 
I'. to, Esq., and has, with other issue, 
• Edward Peto, 6. IS 14. 

Mr. Betts, who is a J. P. and D.L. for Kent (High Sheriff rjEVA^r Robert COOPER Lee, Esq., of Fosbury 

House, Wilts, and Trent Park, Herts. 



b. 1810; ;n. 1810 Isabella Judith Maria. »•',.!.. ,t ,i . : . ,., 
the Rev. Loraine Loraine Smith, J.P.,of End' r' \ 11..:; 
co. Leicester, Rector of Passenham, and has, with ... r 
issue, 

* Latnbton Lee Lornine, Lieut. R.N. ; 6. 1S45. 
Mr. Bc-van is a Magistrate for co. Northampton. — UrLr- 
icorth Hall, Northainptom. 



1858), was a Merchant and Contractor. — Preston Hall 
Maidstone; Residence: Betchworth, Reiyate ; Conserva- 
tive Club, S.W. 

BKTTS, George, Esq., of Wortham Hall, Suf- 
folk. 

Only son of the late Rev. Thomas D*Eye Betts, of Wor- 
tham Hall, Rector of Martlesham, a Magistrate, fori 
Norfolk and Suffolk, by Harriet, dau. of the late Rev. j 
George Clarke Doughty, of Theberton Hall, Suffolk, 
Hector of Martlesham and Vicar of Hoxne, Suffolk ; 
1829; s. 1859. Is Capt. 81st Regt. This family came ■ 
from Wetherden, and settled at AVortham in 1490.1 
— Wortham Hall, Piss; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

BETTY, William Thomas, Esq., of Knightstown, 
Queen's Co. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. William Betty, of Rutland j 
Square, Dublin, and R.-etor of CasLlecor and Oldcastle, i 
oo. Meatlt, by Catlierine Henrietta, dan. of the late | 
Joshua Kemmis, Esq., of Knightstown, Queen's Co; b. j 
1831 ; s. 1852. Educated at. Trinity Coll., Dublin; is 
a Capt. ■ 6th Dragoon Guards.— Knightstown, Queen's 
Co.; Rutland Square West, Publin ; Army and Xavy 
Club, S.W. 

Heir Pres., his brother Joshua Frederick, Capt. R.A. ; b. 
18.12. 

BE VAX, Charles Dacres, Esq., of Boskenna, 
Cornwall. 

Son of the late Lieut. -Col. Charles Bevan (-who,/. 181 1), 
by Mary, dau. of Vice- Admiral James Richard Dacres; 
b". 1806. Educated at the Charterhouse and Balliol Col'., 
Oxford (B.A. 1827, MA. 1829) : called to I lie liar at thy 
Middle Temple 183Q, and went the Western Circuit. Is 
a Magistrate for Cornwall and Judge of the Cornwall 
County Court; late Recorder of Dartmouth, Falmouth, 
and Penzance. — Boskcnna, Penzance; Athemeuiii Club, 
s.w. 

BEVAH, Ceofoe Inker, Esq., of Goctmauchester, 

II uni inpelonshire. 
Son of the hue Rev. George Bevan (who d. 1819), by 
Anne, dau. of Andrew Buchanan, Esq., of Glasgow ; b 
1 8 1 K ; m. 1830 Rachel, dan. of the late Robert Bevan. 
Esq., of RoughaiUi Suffolk, and has, with other i.-suc, 

• Goor.ee, Lieut. 81st Regtt ; 6. 1842. 
Mr. Bevan, who was educated at Harrow, is a M igis- 
trate for Suffolk, and a Banker al Huntingdon. This 
family were formerly seated at LI orrinprer, Suffolk. — Fatm 
Hall, Gvdiiianehester, liwntingduti,; Phxtnut Club, s.w. 



Esq*, 

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MiM-gnrwt, d 

1851 Annie, 



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II. of Joseph 

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BEVAN, Gkoroe Philli] 
Llancllan, Monmoutlft 

l'ourlh miii ot tin Liii' \\ illiatl 

nant, near Crickhowi II, by 
l<nfhawi, Esa, ; A, 1 880 ; "i. 

Henry fsewshatn, Esq., of Ornsmere, Westmori'lnnd 1 
Educated at Rugby; maJ.P. and D.L. for co. Hrecon ' 
■—Uanellan, AbtrgavtMty t 4, HuJfoHl: Suuare, ChttttH' 
ham ; Arts Club, w. 

BKYAN, Richard Lee, Esq., of Flare House, 
inul Brixwortli Hall, Northamptonshire*, 

Second son of the lute David It. van. Esq., of Belmont, 

II. tm, mid Posbury House, Wilis (who ./ 1840), by 
l iiv. ll Qnurko, youngett duu. of Ruber) Cooper Lee, 
I'- l , Merchant, of London, and of Roxhull Janin'cn. 



Eldest son of the late David Bevan, Esq., of Fosbury 
House, by Fuvella Bourke, dau. of Robert Cooper L c, 
Esq., of Bedford Square, London; b. 1S09 ; s. li>i(j ; 
m. 1st 1S36 the Lady Agneta Elizabeth, dau. of the lato 
Sir Joseph Sydney Yorke, and sister of 'he 4th E.irl of 
Hardwicke (she d. 18.31); 2nd lS'yl Emma Franct-s, 
duu. of the late Bishop ^Shuttleworth; of Chichester, 
and has, with other issue, 

* Sydney, i. 1S38. 

Mr. Bevan, who was educated at Harrow and Trini'y 
Coll., Oxford, is Lord of the Manor of Fosbury. and 
Patron of 2 livings. — Foilmry House, Hungi rford. Wilts ; 
Trent Park, East Barnct, Herts ; 31, Prince's Gate, s.w. 

BEVAN, William Robert, Esq., of Plnmpton 
House, Suffolk. 
Eldest son of the late Robert Bevan, Esq., Banker, of 
Rougham Rookery, Bury St. Edmund's; b. 1812 ; in. 
183'J Sara Cowell, only dau. of the late Abraham R iw- 
lmson, Esq., of Lancaster, and Bauker of Fakenhani, 
Norfolk, and has. with other issue, 

* William Henry Rawliuson, E.A. of Trinity Coll., Caui- 
bridgoj b. IS 10. 

Mr. Bevan, who was educated at Trinirv Coll.. Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 18)1. M.A. 1837). is a Magistrate for 
Suffolk, and a Bauker at Bury St. Edmund's. Tins 
family is a younger branch of the Bevaus of Fosbury 
(whom see).—l'/umj)ton House, Whepstead, Bury St. 
Edmund? s. 

JBE VER IDGE-DUXO AX, James, Esq., of Dam- 
side, Perthshire. 
Only son of the late .Tame? Bevcridjre- Duncan. Esq.. of 
Damside, J.P. and D.L., In Isabella, 3rd dau. of Thomas 
Marshall, Esq., sometime Lord Provost of Perth ; l>. 
1792, S.1833; m. 1829 Elisabeth Fm-er, youngest 
dau. of Robert Ross, Esq., of Oakbank, Perth, and has 
issue, 

* Elizabeth Frn«T, m . ifir.s Rector Colin Robert, 3r,| gnn of 
tiie late Captain Mucuuti. Koynl Perthshire ittliua, of 
BouUnrda 

Mr. Beveridgo-Dtincan >s a .1 IV nnd D.L. for co. P.-rth, 
and was formerly a Capt. in iheW, Kent Local Militia. 
He is also iho Oh ief of thi I! (reridgea in Scotland, as 
COnttrmed to him in 1813 by the Lord Lion Depute. 
— Damside, Amhtirardcr. Perthshire, X.B. ; 27, limy 
Street, St. •fuiws's, s.w. 

BEVERLEY, Robert m.u-m-n/ie, Esq., of 
Sctirbo rough , Forkoh i re. 

Eldest son of tl .' late William Beverley, Esq., of 

Bevpi'iev, by Mury, cD'heiresn with r . > . I v Grantley, and 

2nd dau. of .lotlutlinil MidglcT, l!^',., "f l'» verlev. 
Educated at Eton and Trinity Cull., C'nmbridg<a (LL B. 
1824) { is a D p-lc. Mt. fur the E. Biding of Yorkshire. 
— Sea rboroi 'ill, , 1 *. . rk> h.rr. 



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BEwES, tbr Rev, Thomas 
mottt House, Devon. 

Second but eld. st NUrTivinO son of the latr Thoma* 

ltewrd. Es.i. (who was M P. f. r Plymouth 1 832-4 Ik by 
bis 1st «ife I'rancoi), youngvsl dau. of John Culm*, 
E>v|., of Totlltll, Plynio'uih . A. 1M>3, . is..; F,lu- 

eut.d at Writminttor tad Bmttr Coll., Oxford (B.A. 

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182-5, M.A. 1828). This family were formerly resident j 
at St. Nept's, Cornwall. — Beaumont House, Pli/mouth. 

Heir Pres.. Ills brother Cecil Edward, of Ridgway, Plvmpton ; 
a Magistrate for Devon: forme. ly C.ipt. (i9th Foot; b. ■ 
1816; 7>i. 1817 Frances Elizabeth, eldest dau. of G. W. 
Soltau, Esq., cf Litde Efford, Devon. 

BEWICKE, Calvekley, Esq., of Close House, : 
North iimberland. 
Eldest son of the late Calverley Bewieke Bewieke, Esq., ! 
of Close House, by Elizabeth Philadelphia, dau. of 
Thomas "Wilkinson," Esq., of Co^boe, co. Durham; b. 
1817; s. ISOj; m. 1851 Jane Henrietta, only dau. of 
\V. T. McCullagh-Torrens, Esq., M.P., and has, with > 
other issue, 

• Calverley, b. 1838. 

Mr. Bewieke, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- . 
bridge, is Lord of the Manors of Urpath and Kirk- 
beatuti, and Patron of 1 living. The surname of 
Bewieke was assumed by the grandfather of the present 
owner, in lieu of his patronymic Anderson, in 1S1">, on . 
succeeding to the estates of his uncle, the late Calverley I 
Bewieke. Esq., M.P. — Close House, Kewcastle-on-Tyne ; 
TJrpa'h Lodge, co. Durham; Coulby Manor, Cleveland, 
Yorkshire. 

BEWICKE, Calverley Theodore, Esq., of 
Hallaton Hall, Leicestershire. 
Eldest son of the lato Calverley Bewieke, Esq., of Hal- 
laton Hall (who was a Dop.-Lieuf. for eo. Durham), by 
Mary Amelia, youngest dau. of tho Rev. N. J. Holliwgs- j 
worth, Rector of Buldon j b, 1818; s. 1364 ; is Lorfl of j 
the Manor of Hallaton, and Patron of 1 living. —Hal- j 
laton Hall, Uppingham, Leicestershire. 

+ BEYNON, Edmund Battey, Esq., of Car- J 
shalton Lodge, Surrey. 
Eldest son of the lato Rev. T. Battey (who assumed! 
the name of Beynon on his marriage with Martha, 
only dau. and heir of Edward Beynon, Esq., of Carshal- j 
ton, Surrey); b. 1805; s. 18.42. Educated at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1 829, M.A. 1832) ; is a Magis- 
trate for Surrey, Lord of the Manor of Carslialton, and 
Patron of 1 living. — Shims Oak', Cltclsham, Croydon;, 
Carshalton Lodge, Carshalton, Surrey. 

Heir Pres., his brother Edward Francis, of Chckham. near 
Croydon, Surrey, M.A. of 'i'rinit.v Coll., Cambridge, late | 
Rector of Creaton.co. Northampton j b. 180S. 

BEYNON, John Thomas, Esq., of Trewern, 
Pembrokeshire. 
Eldest son of the boo .lolm Beynon, Esq, of Trewern, 
by Mary, dan. of William Thomas, Esq., of Beaumaris; 
b. 1807; «. 1823; m, 1829 Catharine Sophia, 2nd dan. 

of Charles Allen Phdlippd, Eskj., of Sfe Brah-s Hill, 
eo. Pembroke, and has is-ue, 

• John, 6. l *'-">. 

Mr. Beynon, who was educated at Shrewsbury, is a 
Magistrate for cos. Carmarthen and Pembroke.— Tre- 
wern, Narbtrth, South Wales. 

+ BICKMORE, the Rev. Cuarlks, of Berks- 

■well Hall, W arwick. ,liir t \ 
Son of the lato CharleM Bickmore, Esq. ; b ISIS; m 
1847 Elizabeth, .Inn. of William Cnlrow, Esq., of Wal- 
ton-le-Dale. Educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B \ 
184t). M.A. 1843), and was admitted ad eundum at Ux- 
ford 1853 ; w(i» fortnerij Incumbent of Christ Church, 
Leamington. — Bsr/nweU Hull, mar Coventry. 

BIDDULPH, Sir Theomiilcs William, Dnrl J 
of Birdingbary, WavwickBhiro (cr LUOt). 
Eldest son of the lato Thcophilui Biddulph, ol Bird i 
bury, by Jane Rebecca, dau. of the Into ttoberi Vyimr, 
Esq., of Eathorps, co. Warwick ; 6, 1890 ; * n» 7th 
Bnrt.l8.vi Educated iii Eton nnrl Trinit) Cult., Of 
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LMILLES OF [Bid 

ford ; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Warwick, and Pit. u 
of 1 living ; was formerly Major 2nd Warwickshire 
Militia. — Birdi;oglniry Hall, Rugby. 

Heir Pres., his cousin William TViillick (only son of the 
William Biddulph. Esq., who d. 1S52. by Hannah Sara->, 
eldest dau. oi Dr. Nathaniel "SYalliek), b. ISiS. 

+ BIDDULPH, John, Esq., of Dderwen, Gla- 
morganshire. 
Second son of the late John Biddulph, E=q.. of Led- 
bury, co. Hereford (who d. 1S5 0, by Augusta, dau. 
of — Roberts, Esq.; b. 1804; is a Magistrate for co. 
Glamorgan. — Dd erwen, Siua n sea. 

BIDDULPH, Michael, Esq., of Ledbury Park. 
Herefordshire. 
Eldest son of the late Robert Biddulph, Esq.. of Led- 
burv Park ( who was a J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford, 
High Sheriff in 18.57. and formerly M.P. for the city 
of Hereford"), by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Georco 
Palmer. Esq., M.P., of Nazing Park, E-sex ; b. 1S31: 
s. 1804; in. 1864 Adelaide Georsriana. 3"oungest dau. of 
the Eight Hou. Lieut. -General Peel, and has issue, 

* A dau. 

Mr. r>iddulph, who was educated at Harrow, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Hereford ; has been M.P. for co. Here- 
ford since 1865. Tiiis family has been seated at Lfd- 
bury nearly two centuries. — The Park, Ledbury, Here- 
fordshire ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 31, Eaion Place, s.w. 

BIDDULPH, Nicholas, Esq., of Congor House, 
co. Tipperary, and Portal, Kino-'s Co. 
E'dest son of the late Francis Biddulph, Esq.. of 
Mount Oliver, Queen's Co., by Mary, dau. of Richard 
Steele, Esq.. of Kyle, Queen's Co. ; b. 1803; m. 1S33 
Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Edward Lucas, of Rakoury, 
co. Cavan, and has, with other issue, 

* FrnncU Edward, Cant. 19th Itefrc of Foot; b. 1334 j m. 
1661', Aunabella, dau. of John Kennedy, Esq., of co. 
Down. 

Mr. Biddulph, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, is a Magistrate for eo. Tipperary. This 
family were formerly seated ill Warwickshire. — Conunr 
House, Bortisukane, co. Tij perary. 

BIDDULPH, Thomas Shrapnel Forester, of 
Atnroth Castle, Pembrokeshire. 

E'dest son of the Rev. Thomas T. Biddulph, some time 
Patron and Vicar of Ben^Worth, eo. Worcester, an! 
Incumbent of St. James's, Bristol, and Durston, Somer- 
set (who d. 1830), l>y Ra lul, dau. of Z. Shrapnel, 
Esq., of Bradford. Wilts; r. 89; m. 1820 Charlotte, 

youngest dau, Of tllO Rev. Janus Stillingfloet, Preben- 
dary ot Worcester (she d. 1801), and has, with oilier 
issue, 

* MIehAPl Antony, n Colonel tt.A.; h. 1821; m. 1WI Kn- 
thoiine, •»< soinn.ti-Mavroniielinele. 

Mr. Biddulph, who was idueaied at Worcester Coll.. 
(Oxford (II A 1 8 MS, M.A. 1810), is a Magistrate for cos. 
Pembroke and Carmarthen, and Prebendary of Brecon . 
he was formerly Hector of Brocktev, Somerset. — A-»- 
roth (\tttle, Ti »•'•>/ , 8, Chester Pi Oct, lUgent » Park, N.tv. 

BIDDULPH, . f Burton Park. 

(See H'right-Buli/ii/ph.) 

BIDDULPH, of Chirk Castle. 

(See Myddc'ton- Hidrfulph.) 
BIOOOOD, CCtARLEi) 1Lm;v. Esq.. of Rork- 

benro Court, Devonshire. 

T'.ldevt KAn of the late 11,-nrv I' BWfOOd, E«q . of Rock' 
beare Court, by SdTah, dau. of Thomtl I'oiit. T-i . of 
lunkbiare HouU: '». lS'.'J; >, 1SA1. Elueaird at l.'on 
and Ti iiiity Coll.. Cambridge ; i« a M tgistMte fur D*ron, 

nml l.«it\l trf thr M.ii\.>r of R vkl .a-e. Till* t'nmil> 



Bid] THE UNITE] 

1,-ive been 6cated iu Devonshire for several generations; 
ttipy first settled at Rockbeare in 1623. — L'ockUare 
Cu.'irt, Esitcr. 

If I DWELL, the Rer. George. 
Fourth ton of the late Shelford Bidwell, Esq. ; b. 17S7 ; 
m. 1811 Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Bidwell, Esq., and 
h.i-> is=ue, 

• George Shelford. B.A. of Ft. John's Coll., CambrMg-e, in 
HolyOrders, Curate of Yetminster, Dorset; 6. 1830; m. i 
ISiS Emma, dau. of ttichard Prall, Esq., of Rochester. 

Mr. Bidwell, who was educated at Eton and Clare Hall, j 
Cambridge, of which Coll. ho was sometime Fellow j 
(B.A. 1800, M.A. 1812), was appointed Rector of 
Stanton, All Saints, and St. John Baptist, Suffolk, 1S1 1 ; | 
lie is a Magistrate for Suffolk. — Stanton Rectory, Ix- 
uorth, Sujf'o./c, 

+ BIDWELL, Leonabd Shelford, Esq., of 
Thetford, Norfolk. 
Son of tho late Shelford Bidw ell, E<q. ; b. 1800. Is a 
Magistrate for Norfolk and Suffolk, and Patron of 1 
living. — Thetford, Norfolk. 

+ BIDWELL, the Rev. Woodward Clarke, 
M.A. 

Son of the late Shelford Bidwell, Esq. ; h. 1820. Edu- 
cated at Clare Hall, Cambr dgo (B.A. 1843, M.A. 18lG) ; 
is a Magistrate for co. Bedford, and Vicar of Potton. 
— The. Vicarage, To/ton, Bedfordshire. 

BIEDERMANST, the Rev. William Henry. 

Only son of the Into Rev. George Augustus Bieder- 
mann, M.A., Rector of Dantsey, Wilts, and of St. 
Michael and Flemingstoile, CO. Glamorgan, by Heien. 
dau. of William Price, Esq., of Gloucester; />. 181-1; 
ni, 1812 Jemima, only dau. of the late Admiral John 
S. Carden. Educated at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 
1830); is Rector of Ranioah, co. Antrim, Chancellor of 
the Diocese of Connor, Rural Dean of Carey, and a 
Surrogate; was formerly Vicar of Ej;liam. Surrey. This 
family is of German extraction. — Hantaan Glebe, Baby- 
castle, co. Antrim. 

-f BIGG, Edward Smith, Esq., The Hyde, 
Sussex. 

Son of tho late E. Bigg, Esq. ; b. IS—. Is a Magistrate 
for Middlesex and Sussex. — The Hyde, Craw/cy, Sussex, 
Ewhurst Park, Baughwrst, Basingstoke. 

BIGG-WIT] VEIL, tho Rev. Lovelace, of Tan 
gier Park, Hampshire. 
Eldest son of tho bit) Harris Bigg-Wither, Esq., of 
Manydown, Hants, by .A nne- 1 tow e. rlau. of Bedinrrlield 
Bromley Frith, Esq f , Lieut.-CVl. North Hants Militia ; 
4.1805; *. 1833; in. 1820 Emma Jen. una, dan. and 
co-heir of the Rev, John Orde, M.A., Rector, of Wens* 
ley, co. York and has, with other issue, 

• Grorp-e H< wnrtl, 0. 1832: m. IBflS Gcorgionn Anen.tN 
France < M '*t ilau. uf William H. udwardot, l.S(|., ol t ppel 
Norwood, Surrey. 

Mr. Bigg-Wither, who was educated at \\ inchester and 
Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1820, .M.A. 1820), is a Muuis- 
tiate for Hampshire, Lord of the Manor of Wortiny 
and of tho Hundred of Chuteloy, and Patron of 1 

living; he was formerly Virar of lleniaid. This 
family have been of Manydown for more than 470 
Vim*. — Mangduun and Tangier Park, Basing stikr. 

BIGGE, Cuabi.es Selmy, Esq., of Long Mors- 
ley, Northumberland, 

Bluett non of tho Into Charles John Bii-'gr, F.-q.. 
Banker, of Ncwcastle-on Tync, and first MtlyOt of that 
borough, by Lewis Marianne, aldest dau of the latt 
Hiidums John Selbv, F. q., of Twlfoll House, and 
fran l>oa of tho Into Cl.arh s W. Ibgge, F-q., of Linden, 



) KLXGDOM. gig 

North umberland, who d. 1819; 6. 1833 ; :-« 
Katharina, dau. of J. Ogle, Esq., of Oakwood, R. .• 
and lias, with other issue, 

* Charles Prideaux Ogle, b. 1S60. 
Mr. Bigge, who was educated at Rugby and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is a Magistrate for Northumberland. — L^nj 
Horsley, Morpeth, yorthumbtrland. 

+ BIGGE, Matthew Robert, Esq., of Stanhope, 
co. Durham. 

Seventh son of the late Charles William Bigge. Esq., 
J.P. and D.L.. of Linden, Northumberland (who d. 
1840', by Alicia, dau. of C. Wilkinson, Esq. ; b. 1821. 
Is a Magistrate for Northumberland. — Stanhope, co. 
Durham. 

+ BIGGE, William Matthew, Esq., of Ovir.g- 
ham House, Northumberland. 
Fourth son of the late Charles William Bigge, J.P. and 
D.L., of Linden, Northumberland (who d. 18l9\ bv 
Alicia, dau. of C. Wilkinson, Esq. ; b. 1811. Is a Dep."- 
Lieut. for Northumberland, a Lieut. -Col. in the Army 
retired, and Patron of 1 living; he was formerly Major 
70th Foot. — Ooingham House, Newcastlc-on-Ttftie. 

BIGGER, John James, Esq., of Falmore Hall, 
co. Louth. 

Eldest son of the late Lennox RL'uer, Esq.. J.P., of 
Falmore Hall, by Charlotte, dau. of the lato John East- 
wood. Esq., of Castletown Castle, co. Louth; b. 17'-7, 
s. 1838; in. ] 838 Charlotte Feris. dau. of David Courte- 
nay, Esq., of Mountbaylie, co. Louth, widow of the lato 
Major Francis Eastwood, and has issue. 

* John James Eastwood, late (1th Drat-'onn Guards ; b. 1S39. 
Mr. Bigger is a Magistrate for cos. Armagh and Louth, 
and was High Sheriff of co. Armagh 18G2; he wjs 
3Iayor or High Bailiff of Dundalk 183j-8. — Palmare 
Hall, JJuudalk, CO. Louth. 

+ BIGGS, Henry Godolphin, Esq., of Stockton, 
Wilts. 

Eldest son of the late Harry Biges, Esq., of Stockton, 
formerly High Sheriff of Wilts, by Margaret, dau. of 
Godolphin W. Burslem, Esq., of Alton Grange, co. 
Leicester; b. 1801: S. 18. r ;(>; m. 1837 Mary Anne, dau. 
of the late William Wyndham, Esq., of L'mton House, 
Wilu. Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; is a 
Magistrate for Wilts. — Stockton, Salisbury. 
Utir Pres., hit sister Mr.». Yeatman (w honi sec). 

BIGGS, William, ESij., of HighMd House, 

Leicestershire. 

Sou of the late Mr. William Fii':", of Leicester, Mer- 
chant and Manufacturer; b. 1S05; m. 1S37 Mary, 
youngest dau. of the late John Wotthington, Esq. Is 
a Magistrate and Alderman of Leicester; was Mayor of 
Leicester 1842-3 and 18IS-9; M. t*. for Newport. Lie of 
Wight, 1 8.i^-7. — Highjitld House, Leicester; luform 
Club, s.w. 

■f BIG LAND. Wilson- Henry John, Esq., of 
Biglu-nd 11. ill. L.nu a.-liire. 
Only survivimr sou of ihulato Vice -Admiral B. Belaud, 
of Biglftnd Hall, by Emily, dau. of the late llcarv 
Leeke, K>q., of Southampton, ami sister of Sir lleury 
Leoke, K.C.B. ; 6. 1 I ; s. lhjS. This f.imily h ue 
been seated at Bi gland for six COtttUI acs.— Bigiand 
Hull, Upptfi Itolltr, i art ni. 

l/tir /'(tJ., hi* ni»trr (Vr-titn tioorjinn. 

BTGNOLD, sit Samuel, Kor, [cr 1854). 

Youngest sun of the lato TilORtM l'ocnoM, Ksq, of 

Norwich, bv Sarah, dau. of Samuel C >k n l e. ol Bop 
ton, Suffolk; />. 1701; M. ISlo EltMUOth, dau. ol 
William Afkii". l'.-q of Ridlington, Norfolk phe d 

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I860, leaving issue). Sir Samuel, who is a J. P. and 

D. L. for Norfolk, and Patron of 1 living-, has been 
Sheriff, and thrice Major of Norwich ; he was M.P. for 
Norwich lSoo-7. — 8, Surrey Street, Norwich; Carlton 
Club, s.w. 

BIGNOLD, the Rev. Samuel Frederick. 

Second soft of Sir S. BisrnoJd (whom see), byiElizabeth, 
dau. and heiress of W. Atkins, Esq.,- of Kidlintrton, 
Norfolk; b. 1S19; ;/(. 1811 Jane Maria, dau. of H. 
D'Esterre Herasworth, Esq., of Shropham, Norfolk, and 
has issue. Mr. Bignold, who was educated at Balliol 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1842, M.A. 1850 1, and was ap- 
pointed Eector of Tivetshull 1845, is a Magistrate for 
Norfolk.— Tii\tsha!l, Scale, Norfolk. 

BIGSBY-CITA2IBERLIX, Thomas, Esq., of 
Sutton Bonninq-ton, Derbyshire. 
Second son of the late John Bigsbyj Esq., M.D., 

E. R.S.E., of Nottingham, by Mary, dau. of the late 
John Chamberlin, Esq. (who was High Sheriff of Notts 
in 1788); b. 1800; m. 1832 Harriet, dau. of Lieut.-CoL 
Kirke and Anne his wife, dau. of Sir William Riehard- 
son, Bart., of Augher Castle, co. Tyrone, and by her 
(who d. 18G2) has, with other issue, 

• Tho nas Chamberlin, b. 18-36. 

Mr. Bigsby-Chamberlin, who assumed the name of his 
maternal grandfather by Eoyal licence in 1839, is a 
Magistrate for Notts. — Sutton Bonnington, Kegieorlh, 
Derbyshire ; 21, L-.wes Crescent, Brighton. 

BILLAM, of Newall Hall. (See WdJdnso.,). 

+ BILLINGTON, John Wtxdiiam, Esq., of 
Kennin»ton, Kent. 
Eldest son of the Rev. John Billinerton, of Kennington, 
Vicar of Boughton-Aluph, by Mary, dau. of — Wynd- 
ham, Esq. ; 1830. Is a Magistrate frtr Kent: was 
formerly Capt. in tho Royal Horso Guards Blue. 
— Kcnnington, As/ford, Kent. 

BINGHAM, Lady, of Heatfifield Lodge, Hants. 

Emma Septima, youngest dau. of the late Edmund 
Morton Pleydell, Esq., of Whateombo House, Dorset ; 
m. 1814 General Sir George ft. Bingham, K.C.B., who 
d. 1833. — Heathjhhl Lodge, Ringwood, 

BINGHAM, Lexis, Esq., of Bingham Castle, 
oo. Mayo, 

Eldest sou of the late Robert A. Himjb.im. Esq., of 
Bingham Castle (who was nephew of John, 1 - t Lord 
Clanmorri.s), by Anne, dau. i t uinghath Denis, l-'sq,, of 
Bingham Castle ; b. 1820; s. 1812; m. 1840 Elizabeth 
Ellen, dau. of the late Arthur Nash, Esq., of Cillil 
House, co. Mayo, and has issue, 

• Denis Arthur, b. tsi:>. 

Mr. Bingham, who was educated at Shrewsbury and 
Trinity Coll., Dublin, is a Magistrate lor eo. 5luyo. 

— Bbtgham Castle, II* I mullet, co. Mayo, 

BINGHAM. If inky Cobles, Esq., of Wnrtnnby 
Hall, Lciocf t rrsli iro. 

Youngest son nf the lute Rev, Thomas Billf»luM, nl 
Norbury.ro. Derby, by M i r: an I t.i, dau. of William 
Corles, Emp, of Chester; >>. 181(1; *. 1810; m. ls:il 
Frances Lydia, dau of the Rev, I'nul Belcher, ol Ash- 
bourne, co. Derby, and tins, with uther Issue, 

• Thomas Richard Devcreux, Lieut, ivn.-ui stuff t'orj*'. Idle 

of tli« flrith ItcfTfi i ». I«!l; «i. )»••' M T.-irn, InU, ol 

Ll(tit.«0«marul t!if Bydney J. Cutfan, k.i .11 , una hit 
Issue, 

Mr. Bingham, x» 1 » - • was educated at St, M r-v II ill. 0x« 
ford, is n Magistrate f >r et>», Leu-. -der, l>. r' v, nn I 
Notts, nnd a Dcp.-Licut, for Leicester til .-h l*liorill 
18'ilt, and Patron of 1 living. Ibirtn.-'y //,, '. V fa i 
Afov '"••IV, Lttvertt riAi'rr. 
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4- BINGHAM, the Rev. John Bait. 

Sun of the late J. Bingham. Esq.; b. 1787: m. 18 — 
Miss Johnson, and has issue an only surviving child, 
Mary. m. the Rev. — Smith. Educated at Westminsi r 
and E-rasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1809, M.A. 1819) 
is a Magistrate for Herts, Vicar of Great Gaddes len, 
and Rector of St. Martin's, Ludgate, City of London. 
— Gnat Gaddcsden Hictory, Hand Hempstead. 

BINGHAM, PEKEGErxE, Esq., late of Wood- 

bridge Abbey, Suffolk. 
Eldest son of the late 'Peregrine Bingham. E-q., ni' 
Woodbrtdge Abbey (who was a Magistrate for Middlesex, 
and a Police Magistrate in London), by Eliza, dau. of 
James Bolton, Esq. ; b. 1821 ; s. 1864; m. 1840 Clara, 
dau. of William Stanley, Esq., and has, with other 
issue, an only son, 

" Reginald Peregrine, b. 1845. 
Mr. Bingham, who was educated at Charterhouse and 
Jesus Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for Suffolk : 
descended from a common ancestor with the Binshanis 
of Bingham's Melcombe, Dorset. — Athentsum Club, s.w. 

BINGHAM, Richard Hippe slet, Esq., of Bmcr- 
ham's Melcombe, Dorset. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Rev. William Bina-ham. 
of Bineham's Melcombe, by Sarah Emily, dau. of 
Lieut. -General William Wyn yard, of Kensington Palace ; 
b. 1804; s. 1S48; m. 1830 Harriet Georgian.-!, 3rd dau. 
of the Rov. Montagu J. "Wynyard. Is a J. P. and P I. 
for Dorset, ami Patron of 1 livinc ; appointed Col. of 
the Dorset Militia 18.32; was formerly in the H.E.I.C.'s 
Military Service. — Bingham s Melcombe, Dorchester. 

Hrir Pres., his brother Charles William, in Holy Orders. Rec- 
tor of Melcombe Horsey, and a Magistrate for Dorset : *. 
1S10; m. 1st 1839 Caroline Darner, 2nd dau. of the Rev. 
Montagu J. Wynyard (she d. 1852} J 2nd 1850 Mary, dau. 
of the late Rev. D. Campbell. 

BINGHAM. 

(See under Lncan, Ecrl of, and Clanmorris, Lord.) 

BLNGLET, Henry, Esq., of Hicham Lodge, 

Essex. 

Eldest son of tho late Robert Bin-ley. Esq., F.R.S.. of 
Highnra Lodge, by Sarah, dau. of the Iato Stanesbv 
Alchorho, Esq., of the Tower of London; b. ISOl : 
5. 1817; ni. 1828 Hannah, dau. of the late Daniel 
Mildred, Esq., of Woodford, tind has, with other issue, 

• Robert Mildred, M.A. of r rtnity CM.. Cambtiiee, an4 
Hector of Urnlfeworth. Suflelk; b. HMOs m. l<;l Alleo 
Van-em,., Ian. ol thellcv. James Campbell, Vicar of Eye, 
P ill. UW, nml niece of Admiral .Sr \rthnr Fanshawe, E.C.B, 

Mr. Bingley, who is a Magistrate for Essex, and pos- 
sesses laml. d property in Suffolk, was for manv vnirs 
nn Oilicerftf the Royal Mint— far/hum Loigt, W9 ■ 
ford, l.fucx ; 1 <>, Li uxs Crescent, Brighton. 

niNNBY, the Rev. Richard, D.C.L., of Bangor 
( I lobe, Do\vti6lnrc 

Son ol the late Hon. Hibborl Newton Ilinney. Member 
of Council, Nmn Scotia, by Lucy, dau. of Col. CreSgft* 
ton. if Lunenburg, Nova Seolia; h. 1807; m. 1831 
Lb -al i Ih, dau of Edward H.inlman, Esa, Ednottd 

at Trinity Coll., Dublin tli.A. l S4 1. M.A. I8is 

cradn.ittd' D.C.L at Knvjs Coll., Nova SeOtift, 1S."i7 ; 
>■< a Milgintrato lor eo. Down. Incumbent and Rural 

D. an ..f Uangor, and Chnplain to Viaconnt Bangor i 
*ns formcrh i apt. 7 m, KigUaoden, and a SUgu- 

it ite for co. Kilkenny and Quccifi Co. — Bmaor i» . V. 
Bi 'filet. 9 

lilNMNc, Lord 

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HINNING-HOME, George Home Monro, Esq., 
of Argafcy, Perthshire, and Softlaw, Rox- 
burghshire. 

Eldest son of th^ late David Monro Binning. Esq., of 
Soft law (who assumed the name of Binning by deed of 
entail, and d. 1843), by his cousin Sophia, only child 
Miid heir of George Homo. Esq., of Argaty (she d. 
180C) ; b. 1804 ; m. 1839 Catherine, dan. of Col, Joseph 
Burnett, of Gadglrth, co. Ayr, but has no surviving 
issue. Mr. B nning is a Magistrate for co. Perth, and 
Lord of the Baronies of Argaty and Soft law. The 
family of Argaty is the eldest cadet (1440) of Home of 
Pohvarth (ancestor of the Earls of Marehiuont ). Mr. 
Binuing-Home is the eldest heir of the line and repre- 
f-entative of the Lords of the Isles and Earls of Boss, 
and eldest representative of the body of Robert, 9th 
Karl of Morton, and by his great-grandmother, Isa- 
bella McDonald, eldest dau. of Sir Donald McDonald, 
of Sleat, he also represents in the female line the 
ancient family of Binning, of Binning, co. Linlithgow. 
— Aryaty, Doune, Perthshire. 

HIRCH, Sir Thomas Bernard, Bart., of the 
Hazles, Lancashire (cr. 1831). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Joseph Birch, Bart., of the 
Ilnzles, by Elizabeth Mary, 3rd dau. of Benjamin 
Hey wood, Esq., of Liverpool ; b. 1791 ; s. as 2nd Bart. 
1833. Educated at Rugby and Jesus Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1813, M.A. IS 16) ; called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1817; is a J .P. and D.L. for co. Lan- 
caster; was M.P. for Liverpool 1847—52. — The -Hazles, 
Prescot, Lancashire; Reform Club. s.w.; 10, Park 
Place, St. James's, s.w. 

BIRCH, Sir Richard James Holwell, K.C.B. 
(cr. 18G0). 

Son of the late Richard C. Birch, Esq., of Writtlo, 
Essex; b. 1803; m. 1831 Elizabeth Cunuinghame, 
dau. of the late Sir J. Bryant, C.B., and by her (who 
d. 18G4) has, with other issue, 

• Richard Graham, late Lieut. 1st Bangui European Light 
Cavalrv ; b. 1k:1 1 ; m. 1863 Marion, youngest dau. of the late 
W. F. Bally, Esq. 

Sir Richard, who entered the Indian Army (Bengal) 
1820, became Col. 18-34, Major-General 1859, and 
retired as Lieut. -General 1862; he was formerly 
Military Secretary to the Government of India. 
— Oriented Club, Vf, 

BIRCH, GEORGE Francis, Esq., of Clare Park, 
Hants. 

Only son of the livt© Major George Birch, of Claro 
Park, by Lydia Diana, dan. of the Rev. Samuel Francis 
iJashwobd, of Stanford Hall, Notts; A.18'34j s.1856; 
"i 18(>l Kutherine Georgina, dan. of Hugo Mont- 
gomery Campbell, Esq., of The Hollies, ci>. Stafford, 
and has, with other issue, 

• (ieorsrelteginnM, 6. 1864. 

Mr. Birch, who was educated at Rugby ami Sandhurst 
Itoynl Military Coll., ami at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
I B.A, 1856), is a Magistrate n>r Hants, and Capt, Hani* 
Infantry Militia, — Clare Park, Furnham. 

BIRCH, Henry, Esq., of Dromartin Castle, co. 
Dublin. 

Third son of the Into G-corgo Birch, Esq., of Birch 
Grove, co. TippBmry, by Sarah, dau, of John Sayec, 
Kmj„ of Bath; b. 1806. Educated at Trinity Coll., 
1'i.hlin; called to the Irieh Bar 1830; is a Magistrate 
tor c». Dublin, — Dromartin Cattlt, Uuiuh um, <•». Dub- 
tin I VniveftUjf Qlnb,t.vr> 

HIIK'H, Thomas Jacob, Esq., J of Wivtlumi, 
Norfolk. 

Hi • mid ion of the. into Wyriey Blteh, E q , of Wretham 

t IUmI \>hlht thesO "hcrt« were nt pr<-«. 



Hall, by Katharine Sa 'ah, 3rd dau. of Jacub Revna. !■ 
sou, Esq., of Holywell, co. Lincoln ish» d. Iso'l i 
1806. Educated at Brasenose Coll.. Oxford i B.A. is j-.. 
M.A. 1831); called to the Bar at Inner Temple I8.il \ 
is a Magistrate for Norfolk and Mayo, and .Tud-re ol 
the Norfolk County Courts ; was formerly Recorder ot 
Thetford. — Wretham, Thetford, Norfolk ; . Ballycroy, 
Mayo. 

BIRCH, Thomas John, Esq., of Armitage 
Lodge, Staffordshire. 
Only son of the late Thomas Birch, Esq., of Armit ige 
Lodge, by Mary, dau. of William Smith, Esq.. of 
Longdon, and grand-dau. of Edward Lightwood, E- ., 
of Yoxall, co. Stafford; b. 180S ; 5.1837; m. 18(2 
Julia Elizabeth, only dau. of the late John Chanter, 
Esq.. of London, and has, with other issue, 

* Lightwood Thomas, 6. 1851. 

Mr. Birch, who was educated at Glasgow University, 
is a Magistrate for co. Stafford. — Armitage Lodge, 
Rugcley, Staffordshire. 

BIRCH, Wyhlet, Esq., of Wretham Hall, 
Norfolk. 

Eldest son of the late George Wyriey Birch, Esq. (who 
d. 1855), by Jane, dau. of Richard Congreve, Esq., of 
Burton, co. Chester; b. 1S37 ; s. his grandfather, 1S-37 ; 
m. 1802 Rebecca Katharine, eldest dau. of the Ven. 
Samuel Moore Kyle, Archdeacon of Cork, and has, with 
other issue, 

» Wyriey Edwin George, 6. 1S87. 
Mr. Birch, who was educated at Eton, is a Magistrate 
for Norfolk, and Patron of 2 livings : he was formerly 
in the 85th and 45th Keats. This family was formerly 
resident at Hamstead Hall, ITands worth, co. Startonl. 
— Wretham Hall, Th'.tj ~ord ', Xurfolk ; Carlton and Army 
aud Xary Clubs, s.w. 

BIRCH. (See Xcvell- Birch.) 

BIRCH- R E YXAR D S OX . (See Reynardson.) 

BIRCH- WOLFE. (See Wolfe.) 

BIRCHALL, Arthur John Veset LLXDSEY-. 
Esq., of Black Rock House, co. Leitrim. 
Eldest son of the late Owen Lindsey, Esq., of Stan- 
dres", co. Mayo, by Mary, dau. and heiress of Robert 
Birchall, Esq., of Bla.i. Rock, co. Leitrim; 6. 1811; 
a. 1840; m. 1830 Jane. dau. of John Duckworth, Esq.. 
of Mount Erris, co. lv>>s oinmon, and lias issue, 

■ Tobtei Lambert, 6. 1841. 
Mr. Birchall, who entered ihe Navy 1820, and «erved 
nil I8;;s. is a Magistrate for co. Leitrim. and a Capt 
Loitrin) Rifles Militia. This family settled in Ireland 

ti ,np. Henry III. — Black aoek Ifoutt, Druptekatubo, co. 
Lcitri/ii. 

BlltP. t&c Rev. Thomas Hcoh, of Drybridgo 
Houso, 1 In efi >rdslui*e. 

Second but pill) surviving son of the late Kev. Charles 
J.ilm Bird, M.A., Hector of Mordiford and Dvnedor 
by Harriet, din. of Pavid Junes, Esq., of IVnnv- 
wLllcha, co. Cardigan; 6. lsoO; *. 18.H; M. 1st 1m<< 
Jane. 2nd dau. of Samuel Hell, Esq., of il >ptOU Hall. 
Norfolk; 2nd 18'xi Emma, 2nd dau. of VUf, J. C. 
Orc-n, Vicar of Huntington, BusWS, and has by th* 
former, with other l«»ue, a son, 

• ( hiirioi ravin, f>. t ■< »r. 

Mr. Bird, who wan educated nt Shrewsbury and 
Magdalen Coll., Cambridge < H.A. 1SJS. M.A 1 83H, 
entered as a Member of the Middle Temple, but 
subsequently took Holy Orders ; appoint, d Incumbent 
of Moreton Jcffriei i s 1 1. Vicar of Yarkhill 1H4>» . i 

n Magistrate fbl «'". Hereford This family li e I 



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been seated at D.ybrkLe for nearly two centuries, ! 
— Dri/bridge Home. Hereford; Yar/c/iill Vicarage, 
Ledbury, Herefordshire. 

BIRKBECK, Hlxry, Esq., of Stoke Holy! 
Cross, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the late Henry Birkbeek, Esq., of Kes- i 
nick, and Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk; l>. 1797 ; M.\ 
1830 Ebzabeth Lucy, youngest dau. of the late i 
Bobert Bare-lay, Esq., of Clapham, Surrey, and lias, I 
with other issue, 

• William, of Thorpe, Norfolk ; b. 1831 ; m. 18C2 Susan I 
SIa.ii.-i, Srd dau. o£ Anthony Humond, Esq., of Westucre, | 
JS'orlolk. 

Mr. Birkbeek is a Magistrate for Norfolk (High Sheriff \ 
13l30) and a Partner in the firm of Messrs. Guvney & | 
Co., Bankers. — Stoke Holy Cross, Norwich. 

BIRKBECK, Johx, Esq., of Anley, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late John Birkbeek, Est., of Ad ley, j 
Settlo (who it. IS It), by Margarets dau. of William Ion, 
Esq., of Dent, co. York; b, 1817; »». 1841 Lydia, dau. 
of Robert Stansfeld, Esq., of Field House, Halifax, eo. 
York, and has, with other issue, 

• John Birkbeek, 6. 1812. 

Mr. Birkbeek, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge, is a Magistrate for eo. Lancaster and 5V. 
Biding of Yorkshire. — Aide/, Settle, Yorkshire ; Alminc 
Club, yv.c. ; and Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

BIRKBECK, William Joiix, Esq., of Settle, 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest, son of the late Thomas Birkbeek, Esq., of 
Settle (who was a Magistrate for co. Lancaster and 
the W. Riding of co. York, and formerly a Banker at 
Settle), by Anno, 2nd dau. of the late Rev, John 
Carr, M.A., of Durham and of Stackkouso; b. 1840; 
s. 1863.— Settle, Yorkshire. 

BIRKIN", Richard, Esq., of Aspley Hall, 
Notts. 

Eldest son of the late Mr. Riehard Birkin. of Basford, 
Notts, by Hannah, dau. of Mr. Isaac Ueardsmoro, of 
Belper; b. 180.3 ; in. 1826 Mary Ann, dau. of Mr. 
Thomas Walker, of Trowell, Notts, and has, with other 
issue, 

» BicWd, 6. 18G0; w. 1861. 
Mr. Birkin is a Magistrate for Notts and for the borough 
of Nottingham (of which he has been fmir times Mayor I, 
and Lord of the .Manor of 'Xotoa.—~Asflcg Hull, Not- 
tingham; Reform Club, s.w. 

BIRLEY, Arthur Lf.yt.and, Esq., of Milbatiko, 

Lancashire. 

Son of the luto Thomas Birlay, Esq., of Milbankc, by 
Anne, dau. and co-heir of Jphii Langton, I N |., n| Kirk- 
ham; hi 1-820) in. IM.'i") Jane, dau. of Riehard Addison, 
Esq., of Liverpool, lltail has, with oilier issue, 

• John L.jf.ml. b. is . 7. 

— Mi.'btiihf, Kirk/taut, near Pratun, Lanca.-hi'-e. 

BIRLEY, CiLvm.1 -, Enq., of Bartle Hall, Lan- 
cashire. 

Second son of 1 he late Thomas Biflpy, T >q., of Milhanke, 
by Anne, dau. of John Lanpton, l>q., of Kirkham ; 
6* 1 8 1 L' : »t, IHI.'l liliKnlip lv, ilntt. of Kh'hnrd Mdison, 
Esq., of Liverpool, and hv 1. r i « ho <>. 1 SO" i has tame, 
•Charles Ad.iison, b. 18 it. -Hank f/uft, Preston. 

+BIRLEY, Edmi sd, Esq,, of Clifton Mall, Lan> 
dashire. 

Third lot) of the lato \\ dli.un Ibrl- v, I t «p, of Kirkham 
(who (/. 1S.jO\ by Mary, <lau. of John ,^v< a ms. n, , 

of IVrs'mi. co. Latn'OMtr; b. l > 1 7 . m. I8l<1 Caroline 
Dorothea, dau. of the Rcf. Richard Moore, mi l has 

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issue. Is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster ; was formerly 
a Merchant at Manchester. — Clifton Hall, Preston. 

BIRLEY, the Rev. John Shepherd, of Kirkham, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late William Birley, Esq., of Kirk- 
ham, by Mary, dau. of John Swainson, E=q., of Preston ; 
b. 18<Jo; s. lb'OU; -m. 1830 Anne, dau. of John Har- 
greaves, Esq., of Hart Common, and has issue, 

" Lucy Mary Shepherd. 
Mr. Birley, who was educated at Brasenose Coll.. Ox- 
ford flS.A. 1827, MX 1-830), is a Magistrate for co. 
Lancaster and head of the family of Birley, who have 
long been engaged in commercial pursuits in co. Lan- 
caster — Kirkham, Preston; Moss Lee, Bolton-le-Moors, 
Lancashire ; National Club, s.w. 

BIRLEY, Richard, Esq., of Pendleton, Lanca- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Birley, Esq., of Ford 
Bank, co. Lancaster (who d.- 1817), by Jane, eldest dau. 
of Thorn :s Hornby, Esq., of Kirkham ; b. 1812 ; rn. 1st 
183G Amelia Uarforth, dau. of James Kennedy, Esq.. 
of Manchester (she d. 18.39) ; 2nd 1832 Frances Jane, 
dau. of Joseph Houson, Esq., of London; he has, by 
the former, with other issue, 

* Hi-bard Kennedy, b. 1843. 
Mr. Birley, who was educated at Winchester, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Lancaster; he was formerly a Mer- 
chant and Manufacturer at Manchester. — Steal g, 
Ptwlhlon, Manchester ; Athcneeuiu Club, s.w. 

+ BIR LEY, Thomas Hornby, Esq., of Highficld. 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late Hugh Hornby Birley, Esq., J.P 
and D.L., of Broom House, Eccles (who d. 1845), by 
Cicely, dau. of Thomas Hornby, Esq., of Kirkham; 6. 
1824; m. 1st 18.V2 Frances Sophia, dau. of William 
Barter, Esq. (she d. 1801) ; 2nd 1S0.5 Anne, only dau. 
of the late Lieut.-C'ol. Lcathtm (sho d. 1SG7); he has 
by the former, with other issue, 

* Hugh Hornby, b. 18-18. 

Mr Birley is a Magistrate foreo. Lancaster. — High field, 
Hcatdn Mersey, and Hart Hill, Manchester. 

BIRLEY, Thomas Laxgtox, Esq., of Carr Hill, 
Lancashire. 

Son ol the late Thomas Birley, Esq., of Milhanke fwho 
d. is IT), by Anne, eldest <hui. of John Langton, Esq., 
of Kiikl.am; b. 1810; m. 1836 Anne, eldest clan, of the 
bit.' John Ibrl.'v, Esq., of Wood End, Cumberland, and 
h.i~. with other issue,, 

* Henry Lnngton.6, 1637, 
Mr. Birley: it a Magistrate for co. Lancaster. — Out 
tittl, mar Kirkham, Lancashire. 

-fill K LEY, Wn.uAM, Esq., of Tho Larches. 
Lancashire 

Second son of tho late William Birley, Esq . of Kirk- 
h.im. by Mary, dau. of John SnrtltUStofl, Esq. ; b. 1811. 
m. Ih.'.i Klirft, dau. of J. Hastings, Esq. Is a Magis- 
tral. ■ for eo. Lancaster— The Lur. h, s, Preston. 

+ HIRON, the Ftev, Kdwijt. 
s .. n of Ihu late — Biron, Esq, ; b. 180.1. Fluc.ved at 
Trinity full., Dublin i H A. iStte, M .v. is."(M- is a 

MuglM rate for K.-nt. Vicar of L\ mpno and West Hyth», 

nnd llccturuf Ka.«tbridge. — Ly^ue PirftfMt, ligth; 
K> it. 

BISCOE, Thomas Port™ BOSBU, Esq., of 
Now ton, Inverness- shire. 
9h Olid son of tho latr John Edwin Btteot, IV, . r' 

LliiaUeth, dm. of Joseph Bnaptley Brtdthiiw, Ei»q , .f 

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dau. of Major Thomas Fiaser, of Newton, and has, with | 
other issue, 

• Thomas Ramsay, b. 1850. 

Mr. Biscoe, who was educated at Haileybuvy, is a J.P. I 
an i ©.L. for co. Inverness, and Lord of the Baronies of | 
Kinwillie and Drumchardney (comprised in Newton), I 
which he acquired by purchase in 1S-J0; he was for- j 
merlv in the E.I.C.S., Bengal, and held a seat in the | 
SuddVr Court at Calcutta 1839-40. — Kiuydlie House, , 
Inverness, 2*.B. 

BISCOE, William Earle, Esq., of Holton Park, j 
Oxon. 

Eldest son of the Eev. Thomas George Tyndale, by i 
Mary Anne, dau. of Timothy Hare Earle, Esq., of j 
Swallowfield, Berks; b. 1813; m. 18.30 Elizabeth Carey, j 
dau. of George G. Sandeman, Esq., of Westfleld, South 
Hayling, Hants, and has, with other issue, 

• Henry Stafford, b. 1857. 

Mr. Biscoe, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Oxon (High j 
Sheriff 1868), is Lord of the Manor and Patron of 
Holton; he assumed that name by Royal licence, in 
1866. — Holton, Wheatley, Oxon. 

BISHOP, Rev. Alfred Cesar, of Bramdean 
House, Hampshire. 

Youngest son of ths late William Bishop, Esq., of 
Basingstoke; b. 18 LI; m. 1st, 1834 Lucy Sarah Anne, 
dau. of Sir James and Lady Frances YVedderburn ; 2nd 
Louisa Frances Katharine, youngest dau. of the Hon. 
and Rev. Augustus George Lcgge; ho has by the former, 
with other issue, 

• Alfred, b. 183-. 

Mr. Bishop, who was educated at Quern's Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1831, M.A. 1838), was instituted to the living of 
Martyr Worthy 1801, to Bramdean I860. This family 
was formerly possessed of the Manor of South Warn boro', 
Hants, and was stated there and at Frensham during 
the 17th and 18th centuries. It is derived from the 
Bishops of llolway, Dorset, who were. Lords of that 
and other adjoining Mtinors under the Tudor Sovereigns. 
— Bramdean House, Alresford. 

BISHOP, Charles, Esq., of Dollgarrog, Car- 
marthenshire. 
Son of the late John Bees Bishop, Esq., of Dollgarreg; 
m. 1828 Eieanora Elizabeth, dau. of the Re\. Lewis 
Lewis, of Gwinfe, and by her (who d. I860), ha", with 
other i-sue, 

• Jnhn, B.A. of Cuius Coll., Cambridge, n Barristcr-ftt-Laiv 
of t in: Inner Tomple, anil a Mntfii truto lot co. Cm-mart lieu ; 
b. 1810. 



1815 ; m. 1342 Eliza Agnes, dau. of James Watson Eon at 
Toutley Hall, Berks. ' 

BISHOPP, George Daniel, Esq., of Xortlna.ro, 
Sussex. 

Eidtst son of the late Rev. John Eishopp, M.A., of 
Northiam, bv Sarah, dau. of D. Manthorpe, E- 1 . of 
Cfford, Suffolk; b. 1811; s. 1S5S ; m. 18-11 Eloan 
Maria, dau. of Capt. John Loch, 25th Rt-gt.. and gr m ;- 
dau. of John Loch, Esq., of Rachan, co. Peebles, N.B., 
and has, with other issue, 

* George, b. 1813. . 
Mr. Bishopp, who was educated at St. Peter's CjII., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1S34), is a Magistrate for Sussex. 
■ — Hayes, ybrthiam, Hastings. 

BISSE-CHALLOXEPt. (See Challbner.) 

BISSET. (See Fcnwick-Bissct.) 

Sir Edytard Cecil, Bart. 



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BISHOP, the Rev. William Chatterley, of 
SholLon Hull, Staffordshire, and Upton, 
Northamptonshire. 
Eldest sou of the lata William Bishop, Esq , by Mary 
Anne, dau. aud heiress of Charles Cliiittertey, <>i 
Shollon Hall ; b. 1813 : 1 S lit ; m. 1840 Janet, dau. 
of the lata Sir Hubert Uunbnr. Hail, (and Kill) in de- 
scent from Hubert II , King of Scot In tid, through Ins 
dau, the I'nneess Marjory, who m, John Dunbar, Earl 
of Moray), Educated m the Grammar School, tvenstle- 
uuder-Lvne, and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B \ 
1836\ M.A. 1838), elected Fellow of St. JolllV« Coll , 
1880; Mr. Bishop is do eroded from an nttCjVnl SolltQr* 
let shirt family ; one i.t' whom, John Difhup, l.-i 1 LI 
tppointod bv Cardinal 11. anion in I i r> to mo l\uk- 
ko porship of Poundsfort I'aik neat Taunton, and to 
othsroihcui of triMH bv tlx Cardinal's incctssor, Bishop 
n'aynfr t<, In 14(11.— sMton Hall, Stikt+tpofTrmt ; 
''; • ». R ttrLtnttfh, 

liar ftjf».,hl| tin ..Lor Fit-lerir JUthop, L"»q., of the Mount, 
bitr ItuKfupan-Trtnt , n M agist run for "o. ftnffopl ; I, 



BISSHOPP, 
1620). 

Only surviving son of the late Very Rev. Sir Georjra 
Bisshopp, 8th Bart., of Parham Park, Susses (who d. 
1831), by Catherine Elizabeth, dau. of Andrew Sproulo, 
Capt. R.N. ; b. 1826; s. his brother as 11th Bart. 1865; 
m. 1847 Mary, dau. of Rear- Admiral Taylor. Is Lieut. 
N. Devon Yeomanry Cavalry; formerly in the Rival 
Navy. The 7th Bart., who was for many years M.P. for 
Shoreham, established his claim to the Barony of Do 
la Zouche in 1S15. — Conservative Cub, s.vr. 

BITTLESTOX, Sir Adam, Knt. (cr. j8oS). 
Son of the late Thomas Bittlcston, Esq. (formerly one 
of the official assignees of the Birmingham District 
Court of Bankruptcy), and grandson of the late Adam 
Bittleston, Esq., of Mary port, Cumberland; b. 1S17; 
m. 1844- Rebecca Ann, eldest dau. of George Hasi.a^s 
Heppel, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

* Thomas Gorgr, ft. 18 in. 

Sir Adam was called to the Bar at the Inner Temnlo 
1S41, and went the Midland Circuit; became a Revising 
Barrister 18.50 ; appointed a Judje of the Supremo 
Court at Madras 1858; a Judge of the New High Court 
of Judicature 1862. — Madras. 

BLAAUW, William Hr.NT,T, Esq., F.S.A., of 
Brechin nil. Sussex. 
Only son of tin late William Blaauw. Esq., of Bere.h- 
land, by his 2nd wiie Louisa, dau. of Christopher Puller. 
Esq., of Woodford, C--ex ; //. 1 7 '■ 1 3 : s. 1MJS : m. 1st 
182.5 Harriet, dau. of John King. Ivq. ; 2nd 1 S3 J Mir- 
garet Emily, dan. and eo-heir of the late Sir John St. 
Leger Gillman, Hart., of Curraheen, co. Cork, and has 
issue, 

• Thomns <=t. T.ecor. b. 1819 ; m. HOT Fonnr Alice. ?n'l d»u. 
nf the lnic L'h.\rlc3 John Bigge, lisq., of Linden, Northum- 
berland* 

Mr. Blaauw, who was eduealed at Eton and Ch. Ch.. 
Oxford (B.A. 1813, M.A. 181.5). is a J.P. and D L. for 
Basset ( II igh BIin id' 16680. Tiri* I'.in.d v w p.<- tarnicrlv 

settled in 1 lol'nnd - Bf h!aud. b'twick, L'c^e.'d, ^un-ey , 
I nivcrtitg Club, s.vr. 

BLACK. ADAM, E.sq., of Priorj- Bauk. Rox- 
burirhslurc. 

?rn of tne late Mr. Charlos Bt«< k. Builder, of P'in- 
burgh; f>. 1784, m, 1 *»l 7 Imi ci:.% dan of J. T«it. 
l'sq. Educated at the High School and I'nuervtv 
Edinburgh ; i« a PultHt«hM in that cry. of «!i eli he 
Wai five vtar» Lord PlWOM Is a J V. and D.t* f<>r t' » 
Btty Of Edinburgh i was M P. for Ldmbutyh l^o6-t?5 
j — Ptief Rank, A/WfOM, R*tttt*/K»ktr% y.B. . SS. 

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BLACKALL, Samlkl Wejtsley, Esq., of Co- 
lamber Manor, co. Longford. 
Eldest son of the late Robert Blaekall, E.-q., of Colara- 
ber Manor, formerly Major H.E.I.C. Service, by Catha- j 
rine, dau. of the late W. Lewis, Esq., of the Bombay 

' Civil Service; b. 1809 ; *. 18.3.5 ; ffi. 1st 1833 Georgina, 
dau. of the late Henry Rowles, Esq., of Stratum 
Street, London ; 2nd 1888 Kate, dan. of the late James \ 
Bond, Esq., of co. Longford (she d. 1864) ; he has 
issue, 

» Robert, J.P. and D.L. for cos. T.eitrim and Long-furd, and 
a Maior in the Army, late of the 30th Reg*. ; b. ISli ; m. 
18b7 Mary Emily, 2nd dau. of the Rev. V. U. Gifford. 

Mr. Blackall, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dub- 
lin, is a Dep. -Lieut, for co. Leitiim, and a Magistrate 
for co. Longford (High Sheriff 1833); was High 
Sheriff of co. Tyrone 1862 ; was formerly in the Sotfh 
Light Infantry, and M.P. for eo. Longford 1817-51. 
He was appointed Lieut.-Governor of the Island of 
Dominica 18.31 ; Governor of the West African Settle- 
ments 18G6; Governor of Queensland 1868. — Col amber 
Manor, Edgcworthstrnvn ; Junior United Service Club, s/w. 

BLACKBURN, Sir Colin, Knt., of Doonholm, 
Ayrshire. 

Second son of the late John Blackburn, Esq., ofEillearn, | 
N.B., by Rebecca Leslie, dau. of the Rev. Colin Gillies. j 
and brother of Peter Blackburn, E^q., of Killearn ! 
(whom see); h. 1813. Educated at Et on and Trinity ■ 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1835, M.A. 1838) : called fo the I 
Bar at the Inner Temple 1838; appointed a Judge of | 
the Court of Queen's Bench \X.YJ.— Doonholm, Ayr, 
N.B.; 10, Prince's Gardens, w. 

BLACKBURN, PETER, Esq., of Killearn, Stir- 
lingshire. 

Eldest son of tho late John Blackburn. Esq., of Kil- 
learn, by Rebecca Leslie, dau. of the Rev. Colin 
Gillies, of Paisley, and graud-rdau. of the Rev. Dr. 
Gillies, of Glasgow; b. 1811 ; s. 1840 ; m, 1838 Joan 
Weddcrburn, 2nd dan. of James Weddcrburn, Esq., 
formerly Solicitor-General of Scotland/ and has issue, 

• John, b. 1843. 

Mr. Blackburn, who was educated at Eton, and was 
appointed Cornet 2nd Life Guards 1830 (retired as 
Lieut. 1837), is a J.P. and D.L. for CO. Stirling, and 
. Chairman of the Edinburgh and Glasgow Hallway; 
was M.P. for eo. Stirling 18S5-65; a Lord of the 
Treasury March-June 1869. Phis family has resided 
in Glasgow since l.6»0, when Peter Blackburn was one 
of tho Heirnts rtf Glasgow University. --A.''//. , ;r». (,7,,<- 
gow ; Carlton Cli'b, n.w. 

BLACKBURNE, William MABTLKf, Esq.,J of 
Rathfamktwn Castle, co. Dublin, 
Eldest son of the Into flight Hon. L'rancis Bhu-kl urnr, 
of Rathfuvnnain Castle (late Lord Chanrcllor ol In- 
land), by Jane, dau. of William Mar' ley, Esq., of D dly- 
fallan, co. Month; 18.31 ; ». 1807; <»• 1817 Mary, 
dau. of the Rev. William Thorpe, I). I)., and has, with 
other issue, 

• Francis William, b. 1851. 

Mr. Blaekburne, who win educated Bt Trinity Coll., 
Dublin, is a Magistrate tor co. NLath. This family is 
of English extraction, and Bfttled in Menth temp, 
Charles L—liuthl'uruham Q\i*Oe,co. Dublin; Toukixrdi- 
town, Slant, co. Mtaik; 34, Mtrt'um fqiiart, Dublin. 

BLACKBURNE, Joira, Esq., of Rcnny, co. 
Cork. 

Son of tho late Frederick John Blaekburne, E«n,., of 
Rcnny, by Elixabolh, dau. of Anthony Cn.fton, i:-q \ 

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BLACKBURNE, John Ireland, Esq., of Hale- 
Hall. Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late John Blaekburne. Esq., of Half 
Hall (who was M.P. for co. Lancaster 1 7S6-1 833 1. } v 
Anne, dau. and co-heir of the late Samuel Rodbard , 
E*q., of Evercreech House, Somerset; b. 1783: ... 
1833 ; m. 1811 Anne. dau. of William Bamford, Esq 
of Bamford, co. Derby, and has, with other issue. 

• John Ireland, a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, Capt. 5th 
Dragoon Guards, and Lieut. -Col. commanding 4t:i Royal 
Lancashire Militia; b. 1S15; »t. 1st 1846 Mary-, elder dau. 
of the late Sir Henry Bold Hbgr'aton. Bart., of Hoghton 
Tower j :.'nd ls">7 Ennira Jemima, Viscountess Hereford, aud 
has, by the former, with other issue, * Robert Ireland, t. 
1650. 

Mr. Blaekburne, who was educated at Eton and Ch. 
Ch., Oxford (of which he is Hon. M.A.), is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Lancaster, and Patron of 1 living: was 
ALP. for Warrington 1820-32 and 1835-47.— Hale 
Hall, Warrington ; Boodle's and Carlton Clubs, s.w. 

BLACKBURNE - MAZE, William Ireland, 

Esq., of Southboroiigh, Kent. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Thomas Blaekburne. Rec- 
tor of Prcstwich. co. Lancaster l who d. 1817), by 
Emma, dau. of Henry Hesketh, Esq., of Newton, co. 
Chester; b. 1825; m. 1S.3.3 Charlotte Emma, only 
child of Peter Alaze, Esq., of Portland Place, London, 
and has, with other issue, 

» William Peter, b. 1665. 

Air. Blaekburne- Alaze, who assumed the latter surname 
by Royal licence in 1855, is an Officer in the 14th Kent 
Rifle Volunteers. He represents a younger branch of 
the Blacklmrnes of Hale. — Sonthborough, Tunbridge 
Wells; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BLACKER, Latham, Esq., of Glenkeen, co. 
Londonderry. 

Eldest son of the late Beaver Blacker. E i q., of Drog- 
heda, co. Louth; b. 17!)3; ,n. 1820 Catherine, eldest 
dau. of the bite Rov. George Aliller. D.D.. ex-Fellow 
of Trinity Coll., Dublin, and author of tho 'Philosophy 
of History,' and by* her (who d. 18.33) has, with other 
issue, 

• Braver Henry. M.A.. in Holy Orders. Incumbent of Booters- 
town, co. Dublin ; 6. 1821. 

Mr. Blacker, who was formerly an Officer in the Cus- 
toms, London, is a Magistrate for co. Tyrone : descended 
from tho Blackers of Carriek Blacker. — Glenkeen, Lon- 
donderry ; Lisnahanna, Trillick, co. Tyrone. 

BLACKER, Murray MacGreqor, Esq., of 
Claremount, co. Mayo. 
Yountreat buIi of the late Lieut -Col. Valentine Blacker, 
C.B , yurveyor-Grnoral of India, by Emma, dau. of Ro- 
1 ert Johnson, Esq., of Elm Grove. Lancaster; b. lo.'l . 
ni. l h.j i Frances Klmibeth,dau*ofJEter, Samuel Blacker* 
U.D., lvector of Mullabrack, co. Armagh. Educated at 

the London I'.aiversit y ; is a J.P. and D.L. forco. Mayo. 
— Clan mount, Claremorrit, co. Mayo, Toft Monks 
tivute, Uncles, isufv/A ; Sackville direct Club, Dublin. 

BLACKER, Si Jons, Esq., or Elm Park, co. 
Armagh, 

Eldi «t son of tho late Rev. Dr. Samuel Blacker, of E'm 

Park, and Prebendary of Mullabrack. by KluaKth. 
dau. of Thomas Douglas, E->q.. of Grace Hail, co, Down . 
'•• \W\ 9. IK 19 ; W. 18.3,3 Elicabeth, dau. of Col. and 
Lady tlrnce Vandeleur, of Kilrush.co Clare, and prnnd- 
ilnu ot lloCtOr John, 2nd Karl of Norbury, and has 
is-.il.-, 

• UiiMO Vudf litir, 6, 

Mr Blacker" i« a .1 P afid D L for o« K.-rrv. Tlu« 
family ta a branch of the Blacken of Cnrrick Blacker 
(whom *re).—fy,n Park, .<rm^A . 1 lab.it -.ft. Bttfff 
lo ir/onf, co, A'-rry, Kddait Strcrf C':<b, Dublin. 



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BLACKER, Stewart, Esq., of Carrick Blacker, BLACKETT, Montagu, Esq.. of GreenhilL 



co. Armagh. 
Eldest son of the late Capt. George Blacker, H.E.I.C. j 
S-rvico, by Anne, dan. of Capt. Sloune, and nephew of I 
the lute Col. William Blacker, J.P. and D.L. of Car- I 
rick Blacker, Vice-Treasurer of In land 1817-29 ; b.\ 
1813; s. his uncle 18.35. Educated at Trinity Coll., I 
Dublin (M.A. 1834); called to the Irish Bar 183+ ; 
was High Sheriff of co. Armagh 18.38-9. This family 
is the senior branch of the Blackers in England and 
Ireland, who are of ancient Norwegian extraction. 
— Carrick Blacker Manor, Portadoyiri, co. Armagh; 
Sackville Street Club, Dublin ; Athenceum Club, s.w. 

SLACKER, WILLIAM, Esq., of Castle Martin, 
co. Kildare. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Samuel Blacker, Esq., of 
Castle Martin, by Frances, dau. of Thomas A. Forde, 
Esq., of Seaforde, co. Down ; b. 18.33; s. 18.37. This 
family is a branch of the Blackers of Carrick Blacker 
(whom see). — Castle Martin, Newbridge, co. Kildare. 
Heir Pres., his brother. 

BLACKER, William Jacob, Esq., of Wood- 
brook, co. Wexford. 
Eldest son of the late William Blacker, Esq., of 
Woodbrook, by Anne, dan. of the late Robert Shap- 
land Carew, Esq., of Castleboro'. co. Wexford, sister of 
Robert 1st Lord Carew; b. 1823: s. 1831 ; m. 1840 1 
Elizabeth, dau. of H. P. de Montmorency, Esq., of | 
Castle Morres, co. Kdkenny. Educated at Harrow;! 
is a J.R and D.L. for co. Wexford (High Sheriff 18.52) ; 
late Major Wexford Militia. This family is a younger 
branch of the Blackers of Carrick Blacker. — Woodbrook, 
Ennhcorlhy, co. Wexford. 

Heir Pres., his brother llobert Shapland Carew, in Hn!y 
Orders, Rector of Marholm, co. Northampton; b. 1828; m. 
1838 Thecwlosia, dau. of George .\feara, Esq., of May I'nrk, 
co. Waterford, and has, with other issue, * a son, b. 1S(W. 

BLACKETT, Sir Edward, Bart., of Matfen 
Hall, Northumberland (cr. 1073). 
Second son of the late Sir William Blaekctt, Bart., of 
Matfen Hall, by Mary Anne, dau. of the late Benjamin 
Kecne, Esq., of Weston Lodge, co. Cambridge ; h. 18(15 ; 
I. as 6th Bart. 1810; m. 1st 1830 Julia, dau. of Sir 
Charles Mouck, Bart., of Belsay Caslh: ; 2nd 1851 
Frances Vere, dau. of tho late Sir William Loraine, 
Bart, of Kirk Harle (widow of William Henry Orel, 
Esq., M.P.). Educated al Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; 
if n J.P. and D.L. for Northumberland, and Patron of 
1 living; was formerly Lieut. 1st Life Guards. —Maffcn 
Halt, NsVL'CdStle-On-Tyne ; Carlton and Bardie's Club.':, 
8.W. ; lfi, Purl wan Square, w. 

Heir, Mi son Edwatd William, Capt, in the TUllc Brigade; 
6. 1831. 

BLACKETT, Lieut. Edward Algernon, R.N., 

of Wylam Oakwood, Northumberland. 
Second but i-llcst surviving son of i lie late Christopher 
Blackett, Esq., of W vlatn (who d. 1816), bv 111 i/abi t h, 
dau. and co-heir of Montagu Blirff lyBe, Esq., of Mark 
Hall, Essex; I,. 18'21; .«. I ■ t R brother 1851'.: in. 1852 

Lucy, dau, of the Rev. William Minchin, of Gresnhills, 
eo. Tipperury, and by her (who d. 1863) has, with other 
iliue, 

• Edward Umtrevllle, i. 1 183, 
Mr. Blackett, who was educated at Cheam, Surrey, ii a 
Magistrate for Northumberland and King's Co., Ireland, 
Patron of i living, ami a I leut, in the bfavj Wvtan 

OtlVWOOd, Wylam, N<>rth imdx-r'and ; Army and Nary 
( ""': i.w.j 10, I'jiloi) Pla,r Wot. s.w. 



Tipperary. 
Third but second surviving son of the late Christ 
Blackett, Esq.. of Wylam, Northumberland , •. .• 
family), by Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of M nt.cu 
Burgoyne, Esq., of Mark Hall, Ess-x : h. 182G : . 
1802 Emma Mary, 2nd dau. of the Very Rev. Gil 
Elliot, D.D., Dean of Bristol. Educated at Eton an I 
Ch. Ch., Oxford; purchased property in Ireland m 
1852; is a Magistrate for Tipperary and King's Co., 
and a Capt. of the King's Co. Militia. — Greenh'u ., 
Mone^gall, co. Tif>pi rary. 

BLACKETT, William Fexwick, Esq., of New- 
ton Hall, Northumberland. 
Second son of the late Christopher Blackett, Esq.. of 
Wylam Hall, by Alice, dau. of William Ingham. Esq., 
of Whitby; b. 1793; m. 182.5 Catherine, dau. of 
Robert Stewart, Esq., of St. Fort, co. Life, and has. 
with other issue, 

* Christopher Edward. Capt. and Lieut. -Col. in the Cold- 
stream Guards ; b. 1SJ6. 

Mr. Blackett is Lord of the Manor of Newton. Thir* 
family, previously to the middle of the 17th centurv, 
were seated at Hoppyland Park, co. Durham. — New- 
ton Hall, Stocksjicld, Northumberland. 

BLACKETT-ORD, Edward Hamilton', Esq., 
of Whitfield Hall, Northumberland. 
Eldest son of (he late Rev. John Alexander Blaekett- 
Ord, of Whitfield Hall (who assumed tho additional 
name and arms of Ord, by Royal licence, in 1S55, on 
succeeding to that property), by Anne Jane, only dau. 
of the late Lieut. -Col. Andrew Hamilton, and niec e of 
the lata William Ord. Esq., 31. P., of Whitfield Hall 
b. 18-13; s. 18G5. Is Lord of the Manor of Whit- 
field, and Patron of 1 living; late Cornet 13th Hussars. 
— Whitfield Hull, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland. 

BLACKLOCK, William Thomas, Esq., of Hope- 
field, Lancashire. 
Eldest surviving son of the late John Blacklock, Esq., 
formerly of Kersal. by Mary. dan. of Thomas Falkner, 
Esq., of co. Wicklow; b. 1816: m. 1846 Marianne, 
youngest dau. of Robert Lord, Ksq., of Krrsley. co. 
Lancaster, and has, with other issue, 

• .r<.s<ph Herbert,*. 186$. 

Mr. Blacklock is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, a Me r- 
c ant and Manufacturer at Manchester, and was formerly 
('apt. of the 73rd 1..R.V. This family, until tin year 
1/15. was settled in Scotland, where lis ano-try is 
traceable to an early period. — Ilycfidd, Pnnileton, 
Manchester , National Ctub, s.w. 

BLACKSTEY, Hcqh, Esq., of Bally Ellen, co. 

Carlo w. 

Eldest son of the late Walter Rlacknry. Esq., of Rally 
Ellen (Who was sometime M.P for eo. Coflow), bv his 
'2nd wife Isabella, 3rd dau. of Sir Hugh Nn<r< nf. Rati . 

of Ballinloush, co.'WestmMth ; l>. 1818; #.1842. I- a 
Magistrate for eo. Carlow, Represents nn amicnt R>- 

mati Catholic family - Bally Film, Gomhriilgt. 
Heir Pi tt., hit bTOthCT Thomas, b, IS80. 

BLACKSTOXE. William Rr.VMorR, Esq , Into 
(if Howborry, Oxfordsntr©, 
Eldest son of the lat"< William BUekstnn*, Em . of th<» 
Castle. WalUnfffhrd, Berks; a. 1809, Eduenten at Eton 

and Cli. Ch.. Oxford (R A. 1831) ; is a MaciMnite for 
Oxon, t .IT. Mid l».l„ for Berks, and Patron of 1 liv- 
ing; was M.P. for Wallineford 1888-62. Tin- f'tnily 

is aeneended Iron 1 ho distinguished l.iw\rr Bit WillSaw 
Blacloitona. 

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BLACKWOOD, the Hon. Henry Stevenson, j 

Fifth son of Hans, 3rd Lord Dufferin, l>y his 2nd wife j 
Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir ot' \V. II. i'mlay, Esq., of 
Gennets, co. Meath ; b. 181a; m. 1857 Amelia, dan. of 
the late Hon. John Thomas Capel, and sister of Arthur j 
Algernon, Utli Earl of Essex. Educated at Eton ; en- ! 
tered the Army as Ensign 1 b ; J ; became. Capt. 17th I 
Lancers IS 11 ; retired 1843 ; appointed a Queens Mes- 
senger 18-1SJ. — 1, CadujU.it Place, s.w. 

BLACKWOOD, Hon. and Rev. William Steak. | 
Fourtli son of Hans. 3rd Lord Dufferin and Claneboye, 
by his 2nd wife Elizabeth, dan. and co-heir of Wil- 1 
liam Henrv L'inlay, Esq., of Gen nets, co. Meath; 4.1 
1802; m. Is32 Elizabeth, dau. of R. Hamilton, E.-q., | 
of Cionsilla, ( o. Dublin, and has issue, 

• Hans Steven«nn, A. 1833 j m. 1862 Jane, younpest dau. of 
the late sir John \\'e 5 t, G.C.B., Admiral oi the 1-leet. 

Mr Blackwood;, who was educated at Trinity Coll., | 
Dublin (M.A. 1826), was formerly Viear of Bailiuderry. I 
— Carlton Club, s.w. 

BLACKWOOD, Sir Francis, Bart. (cr. 181-1). | 
Eldest surviving sou of the late Sir Henry Mertin 
Blackwood, 3rd Hart, ( who was a Capt. Royal Navy), 
by Harriet Louisa, dau. of J. M. Bulkelty, E-q. ; b. \ 
1838; s. his brother as 4th Bart. 1851: m. 1SC1 Laura i 
Olivia, 2nd dau. of Robert S. rainier, Esq., of Merrion '< 
Square, Dublin (she d. 1805). Is a Lieut. Royal Navy. 
The 1st Bart., who was an Admiral in the Navy, was a j 
younger son of the 1st Baroness Dufferin. 
Heir, his son Henry Robert Temple, ft. 1862. 

BLACKWOOD. (See Priee-Blackwoo.l.) 

BLACKWOOD. (See under Duffprin, Lord.) 

BLACKWOOD. (See Madox-Blackwood.) 

BLAGDEX-HALE. (See Hah.) 

+ BLAGDON, John Locke, Esq., of Botlding- j 
ton Manor, Gloucestershire, 
Son of the late J. Blagdon, Es \., of Bo Idington Manor; j 
b. 1830; m. 1857 Isabella Harriot, only dan. of th- : 
Rev. C. Babbitts, Rector of Whom row, Somerset. Is I 
Lord of the. Manor of Boddington. — Boddinglon Manor, 
Tewkesbury. 

-f-BLAGRAVE, Mrs., of'Calcot Park, Finks. 
Georgiana, dau. of the late Sir William R ivvley, l'.art., 
of Teudring Hall. Suffolk, by Susannah E.litll, dau. of 
the late Admiral Sir Robert Llarland, Hart.; - 1811 
Col. John Blagriive, of Calcnt I'nrk, who ■««•« u J.IV and 
D.L. for Berks'; Col. of the Ru) il Berks Milil a; imdwhi 
d. ifof.— Vh'voi Pur/., tltaditiy ; 7, fit <iti /. S/rY w, 
Ilfir i'if.i.,)\cT husbnmVs nephew .Taliu Henry, ■( llatrnw 
Court. Somerset. » Mnu istrate forBi'rlm.n J.V. nfiii1>.t<.l'>r 
BotDti'iet, and Patron of the living of t nrruA tiiini".* « ul) 
■Oil of the late Ait'mny lll.i-ra.e. I by a il > i. - 
Yntcs, K* |., nnd Widow of — Italy. 1. |.) ; '•. '- • ; "•■ 

Sarah, dau. nf . nurt by her i wlm • !*•••■%) Im«, 

with other lltUO, * Agnes, m. Ibll4 Clint. '1 1« i I - < t i i 

Bit If I. 

BLAIKIK, Lady, of Kingseafc, Viberdoousltirc. 
Agnes, dau. of Alexander JJingwnll, I V i . "i Kannicy 
ton. co. Aberdeen ; m. 1828 Sir Thomas Bin Lip, lili » ■>■ 
of John Blailuo, E-q., of Aberdeen, many years a Mer- 
chant and Lord Provost of the city ut Alairde n, »K«i 
was knighted in 1856, and <l. 1 801, I' avilltf i»»up, 1 Anna 
Thomson, m. 18G5 George Rov<, E- ( - A, < .• ul, A'-r- 
da n . 

BLAIR, Sir Edwaso RU2CTKR;, Hurt, of 
Blairquhan, A 3 - rshirc i [cr. 

Second but eldest surviving loG of the Lit* Sif Pivid 
Hnutt r-Illa ; r, Hurt., bV Do rot In a. dau ot the lata 1 I 
waul llay-Mieken/ie, E •).. oft'i (marly, N H brother 

of George, '2nd MnrquU of Twcoldale) ; *> 1*11 • 

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1857; fit. 1850 Elizabeth Wauehope, dau. of the lata 
George Wauehope, E-q-, and grand-dau. of the late 
Andrew Wauehope, E=q., of >~iddry, co. Mid-Lothian. 
Educated at Edinburgh and Royal Naval Coll., Port-.- 
mouth ; is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Ayr and Wigton, n . 
Lieut. -Co!. Commandant Ayrshire and Wigtonshira 
Volunteer Artillery; was formerly Lieut. 93rJ foot. — 
Blalrquhan Castle, Maybole, Ayrshire ; Dunskey House, 
II igionskire, X.B.; Carlton Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son David, b. lSoi. 

BLAIR, James Kennedy, Esq., of Wheatfield, 
Down shire. 

Eldest son of the late James Blair, Esq., of Belfast, bv 
Sarah, dau. of the lafe AVilliam Annesley, Esq.. of Bel- 
fast; b. 1S07; m. 1853 Mary, dau. of Richard Loue, 
Esq., of Liverpool. Educateel at the Belfast Academical 
Institution and the University of Edinburgh; called to 
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1835; is a Magistrate for co. 
Lancaster, and Jud^e of the Liverpool County Courts; 
formerly Judge of the Salford Court of Record. — Wlicat- 
field, Bcljast; Residence : Liverpool. 

+ BLAIR, Stephen', Esq., of Mill Hill House, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late George Blair, E>q.. of Mill Hill, 
Bolton ; b. 18U4. Is a Magistrate foreo. Lancaster, and 
for Lolton, of which he has been Mayor ; was M.P. for 
Bolton 1818-52. This family is of Seottish origin. — 
Mill Ililt House, Bvltu/i-le-Mours ; yational Club, s.w. 

+ BLAIR, AVilliam, Esq., of Avontoun, Lin- 
lithgowshire. 
Son of the late Mr. W. Blair, of Glasgow. Is a 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Linlithgow ; was formerly a 
Merchant and Manufacturer at Glasgow. — Avontoun 
House, Linlithgow, N.B. 

BLAIR, William Fokdyce, Esq., of Blair, Ayr- 
shire. 

Eldi'St surviving son of the late William Blair. Esq., of 
Blair, M P. for co. Ayr, by Magdalen, dau. of the latfl 
John Fofdyce, Esq., of Ayton, CO. Berwick; b. 1 SO 5 ; 
m. 18K» Caroline Isabella, youngest dau. of the late 
John Sprot, Esq., of London, and has, with other issue. 

• Frederick Gordon, ft. is.'.?. 
Mr. Blair, who was educated at the Roval Naval Coll , 
tiitert'l the Royal Xaw 1820, and became Commander 

IiOVal Navy 1811. and Capt. 1858. served with distinc- 
tion in tie' Burmese war, was at the taking of the Castle 
of i be M-.p a, and also at the taking of Algiers by the 
French. He is a J.P. ami D.L. for co. Ayr.— Blair, 
mar Dairy, Ayrshire, X.II. ■ United Service Club, s.w. 

PLAIR. (See Stopford-Blair.) 

ULAin - 1MRIK, WlLLUM Thomas Tatlob. 
K-q., of Lunan, Forfarshire. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late Brigadier 
Jaiiie* Bliiir^who commanded the Cavalry division of 
Min IlighncM toe Noam s armyV b) Charlotte Cecilia, 
ii.iu. it Ovnoral Ja.-<.1> Vaurencn, of the B.E.I.C.S . 

I833j .«. Ins gratid-unelo in ISl'J to the rotate ot 
Iain hi. when In IU)SUIAC(I the ad lition il name an>latia« 

ul Imrif. Is a MaRistrate and Oommiwionerof .^ui i Ij 

1 rco, Forfar, and Lord oftiie Barony of laman, «web 
lias lixlongcd to thn family linee I7o9; and Capt it 
the Forfar and Kincardine Militit Ariilbry. — i.*n>i* 

rfO ff , AfhrtmtA, t'ort'.tr. hire. 

Ht<rr.t>. % hi* brotitr* «>my Pnuioti niair, »n omc+r in tb« 
I^LAIU.MACON'OCHIR 

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BLAKE, Sir Thomas Edward, Bart., of Men- 
loucrh Castle, co. Galway (cr. 1622). 
E'dcst son of the late Sir Valentine J. Blake, Bart., of 
Menlough Castle (who was M.P. for Gahvay 1813-18 
mid 1811-7 by his 1st wife, Eliza, dan. of J. Doncl- 
lnn, Esq., of Killagh, co. Gahvay; b. 1805; s. as 13th 
Bart. 1817; m. 1830 Letitia Maria, dan. of Ulick 
O'Brien, Esq. Educated at Galway Coll. ; is a Magis- 
trate for the borough of Gahvay. — MenloOgk Castle, co. 
Gal way. 

fftir.hU son Valentine,*. 1S36; m. ISfii Camilla Eugenia, 
d.vi. of Harvey Combe, Esq., or tlie Madras Civil Service, 
and has issue. 

BLAKE, Sir Hexey Charles, Bart., of Ashfield, 
Suffolk (cr. 1772). 
Eldest son of the late Sir James Henry Blake, Bart., of 
Langham Park, Suffolk, by Louisa Elizabeth, dau. of 
General the Hon. Thomas Gage; b. 1795; s. as 4th 
Bart. 1832; m. 1st 1819 Maty Anne, dau. of T. W. 
Wliitter, Esq., of Midhurst (she d. 1811); 2nd 1819 
Louisa, dau. of Sir T. Pilkington, Bart, (widow of Rev. 
G. A. Dawson). Is a Magistrate for Suffolk.— Ashjitld, 
Bury St. Edmund's ; Groton House, Boxj'ord, Suffolk. 

Heir, his son Henry Bunbnry, Rector of Hesset, near Bury St. 
Edmund's, anil a Magistrate for Suffolk ; b. 1820; lit. IS47 
Frances Marian, dau. of H. J. Oakes, E^q.. of Newton 
Court, Suffo : k, and has, with other issue, * Patrick Jame3 
Graham, b. 1S61. 

BLAKE, Andrew William, Esq., of Fnrbougli, 
co. Galway. 
Eldest son of the lato Col. John Blake, of Fnrbougli, 
by Maria Eliza, dau. of Edmund Galhvey, Esq., of 
Cork ; b. 1798 ; s. 1S32 ; m. 1832 Maria, youngest dau. 
of Malachy Daly, Esq., of Bal'urd, co. Galway, ami has 
issue, 

* John Archer Daly, Esq.. of Ruford (who a«umerl by Royal 
licetice the name of lialy only) ; educated at St. Mary's 
Coll., Oscott ; a Magistrate for co. Gahvay; b. 183 ■> ; in. 
ISC t Anne Elizabeth, dau. of Andrew P. Nugent. E- [., of 
Pallas, co. Galway, and has, with other issue, * Denis 
Andrew, b. IStSC 

Mr. Blake, who was educated at St. Mary's Coll., Os- 
cott, and Trinity Coll., Dublin, {B.A. 1822), is a J. P. 
and D.L. for the co. and borough of Galway, and was 
High Sheriff of co. Gahvay 1841. — Furboutjh, Galway; 
Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BLAKE, Francis, Esq., of Cregg Castle, co. 
G al way. 

Eldest son of the lute James Blake, Esq., of Cretrg 
Castle, by Jane, dnu. of Piller Joyce, E-q., of Mwview . 
b. 1789; 7)i. 1819 Georp on Elizabeth, dau of the lato 
Richard Burke, Esq., of Glinsk, and nistor of the late 
Sir Joseph Burke, Bart., and lias, with other issue, 

* Jami«, a Magistrate for co. Ciihvay, 6. 1KW ; m, ISM 
Helena, dau, of Arthur French, Esq., of Fienchpark, co. 
Itotvr.mnion. 

Mr. Blake is n M iglstrato for co. Galway (High Sheriff 
1818).-— Gregg Castle, Galway. 

■+ BLAKE, Fkancis Valentine, Esq., of Gort- 
Uamona, co. Gralway. 

Eldest son of the late l'atrick Blake, Esq., of Gort- 

numonu; A. 1820; I8C0. Isa J. I', mid D.L. for co. 

Giihvny. — 6 or/namoiia. Kilt"iimr, co. Gala-ay. 

+ BLAKE, Henry, Esq., <>f Renvyle, co. 

Gnlway. 

Elder iron of the Inte Valentine Blake, Esq.. of Ren- 
vyle, by A ti u a Marin, dnu. < if the Hon. and Kci Riclinrd 
M- ut v Roi "T, mid I'land-dan ol ll'i'iv, Mill Lord 

icy nnam ; //, 17D0 j w. isrj Murthn LouUn, dau. of 
JoM'pli AttPrfoll, Esq , ol Portland Place, London, nnd 

nH«i with other i-' ue, 

* 1 denr II. nry, Cupt. R.V., .T.P. for co. Onlwnv ; f>. Illti 

II A Magistrate lor co. Galway. — llrnry'r, C.\f,frn, ro. 

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BLAKE, James Bunbury, Esq., of Tlturston 
House, Suffolk. 
Fourth son of the late Sir James H. Blake, Bart, of 
Lung- am Park, Suffolk, by Louisa Elizabeth, dau >l 
the late General the Hon. Thomas Gage, and crai 1- 
dau. of 1st Viscount Gage; b. 1802 ; rn. 1 83] Calha- 
rine, youngest dau. of the late Sir Thomas Pilkington 
Bart., of Chevet Hall, co. York, and has issue an only 
son, 

* George Pilkincrton, Copt, in the Army: b. 1835; m. 
Adeline, 3rd clan, of James King King, Esq., of Sia„^: n 
Park, co. Hereford, an 1 has i.-»ue a dau. 

Mr. Blake, who was educated at Midhurst and the 
Royal Academy, Woolwich, is a Magistrate for Suffolk. 
— Thurston House, Bury St. Edmund's. 

BLAKE, John Alotsius, Esq., of Water ford. 
Son of Andrew Blake, Esq.. Merchant, of AA'aterford, 
and of Ballinauiona. co. Kilkenny, by Mary, dau. of 
Patrick Galhvey, Esq., of AVaterford ;" b. 1826- Was 
Mayor of AVaterford 185.5-6-7; President of the 
Chamber of Commerce 1S57-8 : has been M.P. for 
AA'aterford since 1857. — 24, King Street, II aUrford ; 
2, Clanwilliam Place, Dublin; Stafford Club, w. 

BLAKE, John Henry, Esq., of Rathville, co. 
Gal way. 

Younger son of the late Col John Bloke, of Furbongh, 
co. Galway, by Maria Eliza, dau. of Edmund Galhvey, 
Esq., of Cork ; b. 1810. Is a Magistrate for co. Galway. 
— UathviUc, KUtulla, Atlunry, co. Galway. 

+ BLAKE, Joseph Skeprett, Esq., of Toom- 
nenaun, co. Galway. 
Ron of the late Joseph Blake. Esq., of Toomnenaun, by 
Mary, dau. of the late Dominirk Deane Skerrett, Esq., 
of Athgoe Park. Is a Magistrate for cos. Gahvay and 
Mayo. — Toomnenaun, Clonbur, co. Galway. 

+ BLAKE, MARK, Esq., of Ballinafad. co. Mayo. 

Eldest son of the late, Maurice Blake. Esq.. of Bal- 
linafad, by Anno, dau. of — Lynch, Esq. . b. 1818. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Mayo, of which lie has 1 ecu 
High Sheriff; was M.P. for co. Mayo 1840-6. This 
family is o younuer branch of the Blakcs of co Gahvay. 
— Ballinafad, Baliygiats, co. Mayo} Ity'urm L'-.tb, s.w. 

I/eir I'm., hi« brother Maurice Lynch, late Lieut, RT»h and 
lfith Font ; b. \9i'i ; HI. lS'iii Margaret, clan, of — Wallace, 
Esq., and has bnuO. 

BLAKE. Maktin Kii:wa:c, Esq., late of Merlin, 
oo. Galway. 
Youngest son of the late Ch.irles B'ake. Esq .of Merlin 
Park, co. Gahvay. by GeOTgina, joung- st dau of i^rorge 
Browne. Esq., of Tho Nettle, co. Mayo: b. IS<>0; m. 
183.5 Julia, only dau. of John Blake. Esq., of B.lly- 
gluiiin Park, co. Galw ay. and has, Villi Other issue. 

• Charles Martin. 6. ls:i8. 

Mr. Blake, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dunlin, 
is a Mnffistnito fur cos. Galway ami M.t\o. — OoUMtjf 

Cl lib, Oaftcay, 

BLAKK, Mis., of Twi/cl Cootie, ntnl TUinOUth 

Park, co. Northumberland. 

Eleanor Ann. only surviving rhiM of Iho Inte Sir 
Fntlicie Blake, Bart , of Twml ('.i^tlo (Who t> . ISIS', 
by Cileulietll, Olllj 'bin nnd lirir of Ab vimlrr DMffllt*, 
Esq., Ol Eflwrinptow; »«. IHti.j r.ithcll I'.in van Stag. 
K ,)., of Holmflttll, co. ^"oik Iti'liorf. 18401. She re- 
sumed lirr maiden name of Hluke in lieu ol StAg [1800) 
on lUCCeedihg to tho ]iro|>erty of Iht brotlicr. J?ir 
1'nuicis Blnke, Bart. frXt.) — 7V /.*#•/ Cattle, end Til' 
month Pari; Mnrjrth, }*r<rlkiimh.rlaiui . 

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4- BLAKE, PiUSSE J., Esq., of Corofin, co. 
Galway. 

Son of tlio late H. Blake, Esq., of Corofin ; b. 1800. Is 
a Magistrate for co. Galway. — Corofin, Ballyglunin, co. 
Galway. 

BLAKE, Theobald Michael, Esq., of Frencli- 
fbrt, co. Galway. 
Eldest son of the late Edward Blake, Esq., of Kiltul- 
lagh, by Maria, dau. of Owen McDermott, Esq., of I 
Dublin; h. 1826; s. 1853; m. 18-31 Elizabeth Mary, 
dau. of James Blake, Esq., of Vermont, co. Galway, and 
lias issue, 

• Edward, 6. 1855. 

Mr. Blake, who was educated at Oscott Coll., is a J.P. j 
and D.L. for co. Galway. — -French/art and Kiltullayh, 
Oranmore, co. Galway. 

BLAKE, Thomas, Esq., LL.D., of Horstead, 
Norfolk. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Blake, Esq., of Norwich. 
Barrister-at-Law, by Theodora Martha, eldest dau. of I 
David Colombine, Esq., of Norwich (a gentleman of I 
French extraction) ; b. 1"90; s. 1813. 'Educated at j 
Norwich and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, of which i 
Coll. he is a Fellow; is a Magistrate for Norfolk.' 
This family were formerly of Bunwell and Seottow, co. 
Norfolk. — Hbtsteaa,. Norwich ; University Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Robert BlaUe-llumfrey, Esq., of Wrox- 
ham (whom see). 

BLAKE, Valentine O'Connor, Esq., of Tower- 
till, co. Mayo. 

Eldest son of the late Ma jor Maurice Blake, of Tower- j 
hill, by Maria, dau. of Valentine O'Connor, Esq., of i 
Dublin and Oakly Park; ft. 1806: s. 1817; ro. 1836 
Margaret Mary, eldest dau. of Charles, 3rd Lord I 
Ffrench, and has, with other issue, 

• Itauriec Charles John, 6. 18 )7. 

Mr. Blake, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin I 
(B.A. 1829), is a J.P. and D.L. for Mayo (High Sheriff 
1839) and a Magistrate lor co. Galway. This family 
is a younger branch of the B lakes ( I'm rts.) of Meulougll. 
— Tower/tilt, Bally glaas, co. Mayo ; Jiunowen Castle, co. 
Galway. 

BLAKE, Walter Martin, Esq., of Ballyglunin, 
co. Galway. 

Son of the lute Henry Bittko, Rsq (who rf. 1H60), by 
Adelaide, dau. of the late Kobert Finuli. lisij., ol 
Mollivua Castle, BO. Galway; b. IN'.'M; |», Ills Utlcle 

1801. Is representative of the Blokes of Ballyglunin, 
from whom are sprung the Blukes (BartR.) of Suffolk. 
— Ballyglunin Park, mar Alhairy, co. Galway. 

BLA K E, William John, Esq.', F.R.S., of Danes* 
bury, Herts. 

Eldest ROD of tin late William Bluko, Esq., of Dulles- 

l.ury (who wax Mu/h Sheriff at Iti rt« 18 10), by Mary, 
dau, of Joseph Ninth, Esq., and grand-dau. of John 
Darker, Esq., of (Jftyioti, >••>. Northampton^ formerly 

M.l». for Leicester; b. I NO."> ; i. 1N.V_>. Eitutfiltftl at ClJ. 

Ch., Oxford (B.A. 18U0, M.A. is!'.n ; culled to llio Hur 

at Lincoln's Inn 1N31 ; is a .1 P. and l» L, for ] Ii rt» ; 

was M.I', for Newport, [«lo of Wight, 1837-41. Ikmcf 
bury, H'thi-tfn j 11,-nnK -it and dthfntrum ( lulu, s w. ; Qsl, 
ivftmtttt /Viler, w, 

BLAKE, (.Sefl Jn-n/aHt.) 

BLAKE, ' iutU?r Walkeimrt, !.•> ,1.) 



B L AK E-HUMFB ET, Robert, Esq., of Wrox- 
ham House. Xorfolk. 
Second son of the late Thomas Blake. Esq.. ofNorwirh, 
by Theodora Martha, eldest dau. of Dayid Colombine 
Esq., of Norwich (a gentleman of French extraction) ■ 
b. 1795; s. 1817; m. 1S38 Charlotte, youngest dau. of 
the late Col. Harvey, of Thorpe Lodge, Norfolk, and 
has, with other issue. 

* Robett Harvey,*. 1813. Educatedat Eton and Trinity Coll., 
Cambridge. 

Mr. Blake-Humfrey, who assumed the name and arms 
of Humfrey by the will of the Rev. John Humfrey, of 
Wroxham, 1817, is a J.P. and D.L. for Xorfolk. and i 
Lieut, (with retired full pay) of the late 9th Roval 
Veteran Battalion ; served in the Peninsula, and has 
the war medal with two clasps. This family were 
formerly of Bunwell, and of Scottow, Norfolk. — Wrox- 
ham House, Norwich. 

BLAKEMORE. (See Booker.) 

BLAKEXEY, the RigTit Hon. Sir Edward, 
G.C.B., G.C.H.. K.T.S. (cr. 1836). 

Son of the late Col. William Blakeney, who was M.P. 
for Atfcenry in the Irish Parliament, of the family of 
Blakeney, of Castle Blakeney and Abbert (whom see) : 
b. 1778 ; m. 1814 Maria, dau. of the late Col. Gardiner. 
E.I.CS. (she d. 18GG). Entered the Army 1791; 
became a General 1851; Field Marshal 1862; \* 
Governor of Chelsea Hospital, Col.-in-Clref of the 
Rifle Brigade, and Col. 1st Foot; late Col. Royal 
Fusiliers; was Commander of the Forces in Ireland 
1S38-55; served in Holland, the Peninsula, and in X. 
America. — Royal Hospital , Chelsea, s.w. 

BLAKENEY, John, Esq., of Abbert, co. Gal- 
way. 

Eldest son of the late John Henry Blakeney. Esq.. of 
Abbert, J.P. and D.L.. and formerly High Sheriff of CO. 
Galway, by Charlotte, 3rd dau. of the late Sir Ro>- 
Mahon, Bart., of Castlegar, co. Galway, and niece of 
John. 1st Marquis of Sligo: b. 182G; a. 1858; vi. 1851 
Frances, dau. of James H. Burke, Esq., of St. Cl< ran's, 
co. Galway. and has issue, 

• John, 6. 18"<3. 

Mr. Blakeney was formerly an Officer 23rd Foot. This 
family is of English origin, having gone over to Ireland 
in the reign of Elizabeth, and is mentioned in Bloom- 
field's 'Norfolk' as early as a d. 1200.— Alibcn, Castle 
Blnhinry, co. Galway. 

BLA KENEY-L YON- STEWART, (See Stewart.) 
B LAKER, Nathaniel, Esq., of Preston, Sussex. 

UldcMl son of the late Nathaniel Blaker. Esq., of 
Preston, by Anna, tlntl. of Anthony William Ifud-on. 
Esq.. of WeMmeston Place. Sussex . A. 1800; *. 18C3 ; 
/». 1831 Elizabeth, dau. of T. P. Fuller, Esq., late ,a 
.May's Place, Selnttston, Sussex. This family n ]>r,- 
Beiilid Short ham in Parliament, temp. CliarUs 1. and 
II . and under the Cotnmonwe.dth. — frwftm, liri./hf.x. 

RLAKISTON", Sir Mattkkw, BarK, of Sandy- 

tWIOKQ Hall, I ). rl>\ sliiiv ( cr. I T * l-l » . 
Eldest son of the late Sir Matthew Blakiaton, Bart . <-f 
Sandy brooke Hall, by Lucy, dau •« Jam - M r.::. K» ... 

of Linton Place. Kent: (.1811; , u |{!, i;., rt |gfij ■ 

is Lieut. StHtTnnUlura Vcomaury Tbia lutnlly *wi 
ami ntiv ne>lt lt«tl in DiTbv»hii». Twocnrit lUroncttfii 



both extinrt, I nve bi.n cotifi-m>il anon memben ot «hi« 
amily. — $mutyhron&t IMI, AhMqumu , ^'ifflMf Ct*K 



family. 

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ll.ir r»v«., hi« brothf? Iterm Mnnn. Viear of n.n'i't. 
KiiITmIK; ^. latD ; iii. 1st.'" I hnrt..ifo, 'n,l i|„u. of UM l>' ' 
W. II. (). M.uin, itixl hni. wuh other iv.no • II. i . ■ 
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BLAKISTON, Matthew, Esq., of Mobberley i 
* Hall, Cheshire. 
KUest son of the late John Blakiston, Esq., of Clobber- ! 
lev Hall, by Jane, dau. of the Eev. Thomas Wright, i 
Rector of Market Bosworth, co. Leicester ; b. 1S21 ; s. 
1867; m. IS 19 Anne, dau. of the late R. B. Blakistoo- 
llouston.Esq., of Orancetiekl. This family were formerly 
of Blakiston Hall, eo. Durham. — Mobberley Halt, Knuts- 
ford, Cheshire. 

BLAKISTON - HOUSTON, John, Esq., of 
Orangefield and Roddens, co. Down. 
Eldest son of the late Richard Bayly Blakiston-Houstou, j 
Esq., of Orangefield and Roddens (who assumed the 
additional arms and name of Houston by Royal licence 
1843), by Mary Isabella, dau. of John Holmes Houston, j 
Esq., of Orangefield and Roddens; b. 1829; s. 1857 ; 
m. 18.59 Marian, dau. of Richard S. Streatfeild, Esq., of ! 
The Rocks, Sussex, and has issue, 

• A son, b. 18G4. 

Mr. Blakiston-Houston is a Magistrate for co. Down 
(High Sheriff 1860); late Capt. South Down Militia. 
— Orangefield and Hoddens, Belfast; Junior United 
Service Club, s.w. 

BLAMIRE, of Thackwood. (See Yomg.) 

BLAND, Francis Christopher, Esq., of Derry- 
quin Castle, co. Kerry. 

Eldest son of th ■ late James Franklin Bland, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Derryquin Castle, by Emma, dau. of the 
late Joseph Taylor, Esq., of Dunkcrrou Castle, co. 
Kerry; b. 1826; m. 1819 Jane, dau. of the Rev. Archi- 
bald R. Hamilton, of Cork, and has, with other issue, 

• James Franklin, b. 1831. ' 

Mr. Bland, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
is a Magistrate for co. Kerry (High Sheriff 1859). 
— Derryquin Castle, Kmniare, co. Kerry. 

BLAND, Loftus Henry, Esq., Q.C., of Blands- 
fort, Queen's Co. 

Son of the late John Bland, Esq., of Blandsfort, by 
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Birch, Esq., of Turvey. co. 
Dublin (formerly M.P. for Beltivrbet in the Irish Par- 
liament); b. 1805; s. 1819; m. 1st 1SI0 Charlotte 
Elizabeth, 2nd dan. of the late General the lion. \. 
Grove-Annesley (she d. L842); 2nd 1813 Annie Jane, 
eldest dau. of J. P. Hackett, Esq., late of Stratford Place, 
London, and has issue, by the former, 

• John Lcf tun, 1/ieut. OtU IniiiskilUng Dragoons) '■. [841, 
Mr. Bland, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1825, M A. 1828;), called tothe In h Bar 
I8ji, and appointed Queen's Counsel 1851, is n Magis- 
trate for King's and Queen's Cos., and for cos. Dublin 
and Vyicklow, and Chairman of Quarter Sessions forco. 1 
•'nan; was M.P. for King's Co, 1852 9.— filaiidsfort, 
Abbf'/kiit, Quern's Co.; 38, Merrion Square, and Uni- 
versity Club, Dublin. 

BLAND, tlie Rev. Robert Wintmnoham, of 
Abbeyvillo, co. Antrim 

S. end but eldest surviving gotl of the late John ((land. 

K«q.iof Bliindsfort, Qt n't Co.. by Elijuleth, duu, of 

Hubert Hindi, Esq., of Dublin; 6. 1705 j ,„. 1826 Uicin 
dau. of El ward Evans, Esq., of Dungaanoii, unci has. 

Willi Other issue, 

• John Humphrey, >>. ™. IfliiT r.,niiv Charlotte, ana of 
Hip Into Uuv Wyn.lli.in 0. Uiuldell, lltetor <>r Dsrirh 
n|itoo, Norfolk, 

Mr. llhiul, who was edurateij nt Trinity Coll Dublin 
U' A. 1810, M.A.1821), lio Magistrate for co, Antrim, 
*"'*<»» torm, Hy Incumbent of St, George's Church, 

» '"•» lilll family descend fro,,, t|„. Ill,,,, U of 



Kippax Park, co. York (whom see under Dari i- 
Bland). — Abbeyville, Belfast, co. Antrim ; Cniv r*,r • 
Club, Dublin. 

BLAND, "William, Esq., of Hartlip Place, 
Kent. 

Only son of the late "William Bland, Esq.. of nanlip. 
by Elizabeth, only dau. of the Rev. Bryant Faussett, of 
Heppington; b. 17S8 ; .?. 1835; ml 1st 1S17 Sarah. 
dau. of the Rev. Ralph Price, Rector of Lyminge, Kent , 
2nd 1856 Isabella, 3rd dau. of Major-General Irvine, 
of the ancient family of Drum Castle, co. Aberdeen. 
Mr. Bland, who was educated at Sevenoaks School, at. 
Caius Coll., Cambridge, and the University of Edin- 
burgh, is a Magistrate for Kent and Lord of the Manor* 
of Hartlip and Yaugher. — Hartlip Place, Sittingboume. 
Heir Pres., his cousin the Rev. Henry Godfrey Fau?sett 
(whom see). 

BLAND, of Kippax. (See Davison-Bland.) 

BLANDFORD, the Rev. Hexey Weare, of 
Weston Bamfylde, Somersetshire. 
Eldest son of the late Henry "Weare Blandford, Gentle- 
man, of Weston Bamfylde. by Frances Barnes, dau. of 
Richard Rickword, Gentleman, of Peitwood, Wilts : b. 
1825; 5. 1857; m. 1861 Elizabeth Burton Leach, 2nd 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Oldfeld Bartlctt, Rector of 
Swanage, Dorset, and has issue, 

* Henry Weare, b. 1803. 
Mr. Blandford, who was educated at Wadham Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1817. M.A. 18521. is Lord of the Manor 
of "Weston Bamfylde, Rector of Frycrning, Essex, an 1 
was formerly Fellow of Wadham Coll., Oxford.— Weston 
Bamfylde, Ilchester ; Residence: Fryemiug Rectory, 
Inyatcstune, Essex. 

BLANDFORD. Marquis of. 

(See under Mar/borough, Duke of.) 

BLANDY-JENKTNS, John, Esq.. of Kingston 
Bagpuize, Berks. 
Eldest sou of the late Join, Blandy, E>q., of Kingston 
Bagpuize, by Caroline Anne, dau. of the Rt:v. If. Poyutz, 
of Alvescott House, Oxou . b. 183*.); 1811; M. 18G1 
Alice Martha. 3rd dau. of Charles Wilson Faber, Esq., 
of Northaw House, Hants. Mr. Blandy-Jenkina, who 
was educated at Eton, is a Magistrate for Berks (High 
Sheriff 18GG) and Lord of the Manor of Kingston 
Bagpuize ; he assumed the name of Jenkins after his 
great-uncle, R. II. Jenkins, E-q.. of Llunhanan House, 
co. Glamorgan. — Kingston Vagpuut, Abingdon; Con- 
servative Club; s.w. 

Heir I'rrt.. his brother Adam Fcttiplsce ; b. 1812; m. 18-is 

Klllfthoth Mary, eld, ., 1 n of John Whltlock Nicholl- 
Cim<c. of DtallaudB, CO, Cilamoipnn. 

BLANE, Sir Hugh Semiour, Bart., of Blane- 
Beld, Ayrshire (cr. 1812). 
Fourth but eldest surviving son of the lite Sir Gilbert 
Blauc. Burt.. M P., of Bbuwfield, by Elisabeth, only 
dau. of the late Abraham Gardner, Esq.; b. 1795; as 
2nd Bart. 1834 j m. 1633 Eliza, dau. of J.Jin Armit, 

Esq , of Dublin, \» ■ J 1'. and DJL, for n - Ayr and 

Derby, and a laieUt.-Col, in the Army, late of lb,- S 0(1 

Fusilier Guards. — UUinji.iJ, Moyboir. Ajnkin . Ihe 
Postures, D( ri*v. 

11 r. Ills son S\mour John, a Licit. -Cel. in the Armv; ». 

IK 1.1. 

BLANE, David Avpi iRtfos, En., <>f Poliejon 
1'ark. Borks. 

Si cot, d son of the lute William Diane, F.«n , of Folir'on 
Park, and of GroUgOT, .11. \yr. N 11.. |.\ llononn. dau. 
o'TuoDiM Newnhum, K of Southnoraiigli, Kent; *. 
1801 ; s. 18:t.">. Bdurtttcdal Eton and llad. vbur, i oil.; 
1* a l'ep -I.ieut for Berk* ; wat. t.,rm, rl\ n Meinl oi of 

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Council in the Government of Bombay. — Foliejon Park, 
WinkfieUd, Windsor; 21, Prince's Gardens, Knights- 
bridge, w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Thomas Law, late of the Ea;t India 
Company s Civil Service; b. 1S06. 

BLANSHABD, William, Esq., of Jesmond 
Done Hall, Northumberland. 
Eldest son of the late Richard Blan^hard, Esq., J.P. 
and D.L., of Northallerton, co. York, by Elizabeth, 
sister of the late Rev. William Cu^t, of Danby Hill, 
near Northallerton ; b. 1892 ; m. 1832 Marian, eldest d iu. 
of the late Richard Samuel Short, Esq., of Ediington 
Grove, co. Lincoln, and has, with other issue, 

* Henry Edward, b. 1847. 

Mr. Blanshard, who was educated at Durham, and called 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1828, is a Magistrate 
for Northumberland and fur the Liberty of Ripon, 
Reeo der of Doncaster, and Jvid.re of the Northumber- 
land County Courts; was formerly Eeeorder of Ri^on, 
a Commissioner of Bankrupt*, and Advocate in all the 
Courts of the Archbishop of York. Tais family was 
formerly from Acomb, near York. — Jesmond Bene Hull, 
Nticcastlc-on- Tync. 

BLANTYRE, Lord (Charles Stuart).— Cr. 
1606. 

Eldest son of Robert Walter. 11th Lord, by Fanny 
Mary, dau. of the late Hon. John Rodney; b. 1818 ; s. 
1830; m. 1813 Lady Evelvh, 2nd dan. of George Gran- 
Villfi, 2nd Duke of Sath'rland, K.G. Is a J.P. and D.L. 
for co. Renfrew, a Magistrate for co. Berwick, and a 
Representative Peer for Scotland ; was formerly Lieut. 
Grenadier Guards. This family is descended from the 
Stuart Kincs of Scotland. — -Lennoxlovc, Haddington, 
N.B. ; Erslcinc House, Glasgow ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; 
3, Cromwell Houses, w. 

Heir, tais eon TValter, Master of Blantyrc ; b. 1851. 

BLANTYRE, Dowager Lady, of Lennoxlovc, 
Haddingtonshire. 

Fanny Mary, 2nd dau. of the bite Capt. the ITon. J. 
Rodney, B.N., by his 1st wife Catherine, only dan. of 
Thomas, 6th Earl of Westmcuth ; m. 1813 Kobfirl WalCer, 
11th Lord Blaiityre, who was killed during the revolu- 
tion at Brussels, in 1S3U. — Lennoxlovc, Haddington , 
N.B. 

BLATHWAYT. Gboisge William, Esq., of 
Dyrlmin Park, Gloucestershire. 
Eldest ton of the Into Itov George William Blnthwnyr. 
Lector of Dyrham, by Isabella, dau. of Charles I'm . 
Esq., of Wtulley, Berks; b. 1*97; ». his uncle 18-14; 
til. 18'.!-' Mary Anne, dau. of the Rev. T. A. Vctey, and 
has, with othi r issue, 

• Qeoorr> William, a Magistrate for CO. Olottce.'ter; b. I82l| 
f". IK.Vtl ( linrluttn A liioliii , rlnti. of Major T. It. Linker, ol the 
fntnil) i,l Uiiylortllnlry, Herts. 

Mr. BlutllWnyt, who served in the 23rd Li;dil Drngoons 

nt Waterloo, ami was nftor wards in the Kind's Drag i 

Guards, is a Lieut.. Col. iu the Ann;,, n M igifitrilt* for 
<o>. Gloucester, Sonifwot, and Wilts (II Uh Sheriff for 
Somerset 18491, Lort] ol the Manor of Dyrlmm, ami 
Patron of 2 livings. — Dyrham Park, Chi^poilavn, 

BLAYNMY, Lord (CaDWALLADEE Dank Hi ay- 
xey). ■ -Cr. 162 1 

Only h(1H of Andrew Thomas, 11th L>rd. by l,.id> 
Mibella Alexander, dnu. of Jlimci, l-t Earl Ol C«lr 

don; b, 1808; «. 1884 Educated »t Btmi; it o J.P, 
•lid D.L. f u r co AtiiB,lgnn, and a Dcp.-LifUt, for O. 

Antrim) formvr'v Cnpt, Both Foot; wni M P. form. 

Mona om 1830-4; oUeti'tl a IbpreM ntat \X« Pott for 
Ireland 18M. Cnrlton CI"'; s.w. 
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BLAYNEY, Mrs., of The Lodge, Evesham, 
Worcestershire. 
Anna llarland. 2nd dau. of the late Thomas Ha-rison. 
Esq., of Fulford, co. York; m. ISlo Thomas Blayney 
Esq., of the Lodrre, Evesham, J.P. and D.L. for ro 
"Worcester, who d. 183S. and by whom she has sur- 
viving issue, four daughters. — The Lodge, Evesham, 
Worcestershire. 

BLENCOWE, Jonx Alexander, Esq., of Mars- 
ton House, Northamptonshire. 
Eldest survivinir son- of the late John Jackson Blon- 
cowe, Esq., of Marston House, by his 2nd wife Cecilia, 
dau. of the Lev. Charles Prowett. Lector of Stapieford. 
Herts; b. IS 16; .s. 1S-07. Is Lord of the Manor and 
Patron of the living of Marston St. Lawrence. This 
family is a branch of the ancient family of the Bien- 
cowes, of Blencowe Hall, Cumberland. — JIarston House, 
Banbury. 

Heir Pres., his brother Charles Edward, b. 1847. 

BLENCOWE, Eobeet Willis, Esq., of the 
Hooke, Sussex. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Robert Willis Blen- 
cowe, Esq., by Penelope, youngest dau. of the late Sir 
George Robinson, Bart.; b. 1791: m. 1815 Charlotte, 
youngest dau. and co-heir of the late Sir Henry Poole, 
Bart., of Poole Hall, co. Chester, and the Hooke, Sussex, 
and by her (who d. 186?) has issue an only son, 

• John Gcorpre. educated nt Eton and Ch. Ch.. Oxford (B.A. 
IS39). a J.P. and D.L. tor Sussex, and late M P. lor Lewra; 
b. 1M7; m. 18'r7 Francos, eldest dau. of W. J. Campion, 
Esq., of Danny Park, Sussex, and has issue. 

Mr. Blencowe, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1814, M.A. 1816), is a Magistrate for Sussex, a 
J.P. and D.L. for Kent, a Dep.-Lieut. for co. North- 
ampton, and alternate Patron of the living of Burton 
Das sett, co. Warwick. — The Hooke, Chailey, Lewes , 
A/hemeum Club, s.Vf. 

BLENCOWE. Henry Prescott George, Esq.. 
of Thoby Priory, Essex. 
Eldest son of Everard Blencowe, Esq., by Ocorginna. 
dan. of the late Cast. Thomas H. Doyle, Pavmaster 
?5tll Rcgt. ; b. J858"; i. lSlil ; is Lord of the Manor ol 
Mountnessing. This family wcro formerly of B!cn- 
cpwe Hall, Cumberland. — Thoby Priory, Mvuntncssing, 
Brentwood, K.-scx. 

RLENK1 XSOPP, RicttARD Blexkixsopp Gror SE 
LEATON-, Esq., ofHoppyland Castle, co. 
1 )urlij\m. 

Eldest son of the bite George Thomas Leaton-Blcnkin- 

S''PP, V.<t\., by Harriot, dau. of Henrv CollingwOOd, 
Esq., of Lilburn Tower; 6. ISO'.); 1804; W*. 1H36 
Mnfy limma. dan. of Sanderson Ilderton, E>q . of IUer- 
ton, Norlhumberland, and has, witli other issue, 

• Gwirge Ilderton. b. 1S40. 

— tfnppi/taild Cntttc, Hishop'a Auckland, Durha i , 
UatniilvloH llaii, Koftfannfnrfand. 

BLEXNERHASSETT, Sir Rowmsu, Bart., of 
Cliurchtown; to, Kftrrv fcr, 1809). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Arthur Hb nimb i-sett. Bart , 
of » bun Mown, by Sarah, dau. ol" John MahOQV, E'<l- 
of Btonncnil'.o, ro. Kerry; b. 1839; as 4ti> Bart. 

18-10. liiltU'utcd nt Stotix hurst, co. Lancaster, niivl 
I'll. Ch.. Oxfunl; i> a J.P. and D.L. tor <-o Kerry 
(II "h >hei lV ISllft); electid M T. lor co. Galwny I8W» 
'I his very ancient I unily was (hrmrrly of note in CuiB' 

bcfrlana. TIipjt eltlior p»vt their name 10, or took ti eif 

min e (rom the town ol 1) cnnirhn'seit, in that county 

— Cknr\ht«HH //uN««, Dtatif'ort, Kil,'ar„,y, to. Kirrj . 

BotdVt club, s.w. 

WWr /'..» , h*l coitfln I1 1\. Inml (oidv •■-n ef t' p 1n'»> Ttlchonl 
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, i i L ES X E H HASSETT, Akihtk, Esq., of Bul- 

Ivseedy House, co. Kerry. 
< >i)!v -<n of the late Ciiarles John Blennerhassett, Esq., 
Ballvseedy (who was High Sheriff of co. Kerry 1858), 
! v Marianne, dau. of the late J. Hickson, Esq., of 
liinsiie Grove, co. Kerry; b. 18.36; s. 1859. This 
i iiiiilv, which is of English origin, first settled in 
Iichind tinip. Elizabeth. — Bedlymedy House, Tralee. 

UL EN X ERHAS SETT, Gerald, Esq., of Rid- 
dlesto.wn Park, co. Limerick. 
Kl h st son of the late Gerald Blennerhassett, Esq., of 
K'ddlestown Park, by Elizabeth, dau. of William Massy. 
K-q.,of Glenville; 6.'lS09; 5.18-15; m, 1840 Oraldine 
Anne, daw. of the Knight of Glin, of Glin Castle, and 
has, with other issue, an only son, 

• Gerald I'itzGeiald, b. 1845. 
Mr. Blennerhassett is a Magistrate for co. Limerick, 
and Lord of the Manor of Riddlestown. This family 
is the eldest branch of the Blennerhassetts of co. Lime- 
rick. — liiddlest'own Park, HathJceale, co. Limerick ; 
Limerick Club, Ireland. 

ULEXXERHASSETT, the Rev. Johx. 
Third son of the late Arthur Blennerhassett, Esq., of 
I'allyseedy, co. Kerry, and brother of Arthur Blenner- 1 
hassctt, Esq. (who was M.P. for co. Kerry 1837-41) ; 
h. 1803. Educated at Winchester and Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 1S25) ; appointed Hector of Ryme 1830', 
and Vicar of Hermitage, Dorset, 183 1 ; is a Magistrate 
for Dorset.— lhjmc Rectory, Sherborne. 

HLEWITT, of Llantarnan. (See Bowling.) 

HLIGH, the Hon. Sir John Duncan, K.C.B, 
D.C.L., of Enbrook, Kent (cr. 1856). 
Second son of John, 4th Earl of Rarnley. by Elizabeth, 
3rd dau. of the late Riaht Hon. William Brownlow, and 
aunt of Charles, 1st Lord Lurgan ; b. 1708; m. 1st 
1835 Elizabeth Mary, only dau. of Thomas G-isborne, 
Esq. (who d. 1837); 2nd 1865 A nne Julia, dau. of the 
Rev. Francis Brownlow, and has issue by the former. 

• Elizabeth Mary, m. isr.i thelWfrht Hon. Vvalter John, LokI 
Fclliain, Mm of the Enrl of Chichester. 

Sir John, who was educated at, Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1821), and was afterwards Fellow of All 
S uds Coll., became Attache at Vienna 1820, at Paris 
1823, and at St. Petersburg 1826: paid Attache at Paris 
1828, Secretary of Legation and Charge d'Affaires at 

noo 1820, and of the Embassy nt the H;i:rn- 1830; 

lias been Successively Minister af. the Hague and St. 
Pel rslmrg ; w as 1'aivoy Extr. and Minister Plenipotcn- 
t arvat Stockholm 1835- 8, at Ifaliover 1 838-5(5 . is a 

P.andD.L lor Kent and Patron of I tiring. — EnbtOoh, 
S inngate, Krnt ; Travtlkr*' Club, s.w. 

HMGiH, tlie Hon. and Rev. Edwabd Vi y. 
Second sun of Edword, 5th Enrl of Darnley, by the 
Hun. Kmina Jane. 3rd dau. of Henry tin oke. l-t Lord 
Conji'elon ; b, 1829 ; m. 1851 Lady Isabel Mary I'rnnees, 
ldi.datt.ol William N'evill, 4th li-irl ol Abergavenny, 
Educated at Eton and Downing Coll., Cambridge 
(M \. 1 8'flfi i ; appointed Rector of Rotherfield 185G, 
vicar, of nirlinn l8iJ*; is a Magistrate tot Kent; was ! 
l e-in. iK- ,„ || U , Diplomatic Service, —JJirling t iearage, 
Mnidnhiie, 

HUCiH, (lie Hon. Henry, of Rotherfield frail, 

Sussex. 

' 'id win of IMvrard, Stli Earl of Darnlt y. by tie [Ton 
r.'itinn Janr, 3rd dau. of llenrv Brooke, Isi I.. m,i C!on« 
K"t, a ; h, i83i ; m . 18JS8 Emma, yunniteM dau, nt tlto 
lu'Ul'y Arniytaee, of BrOOlnllill Dank, Kent, 



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r mi 



{lAUgHterl, 

i< who whs educated til Eton, is a Maoist rati 
» Ifutt, Hi th,-rfi,hl, s,.,.<rx. 



BLIGH, Edward, Esq., of Brittas, eo. -Ale; tli. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Chcrbttrv Bligh, K o „i 
Brittas, by Lady Theodosia, dau. of John. 3.rd E tri i>: 
Darnky; b. 1790; s. 1840; m. 1827 Sophia, dau. ol 
the late Charles Ever-field, Esq., of Donne Park, 
Sussex, and has issue an onlv son, 

» Frederick Cherbur?, late Major 41?f Foot ; h. 1830; m.1='i 
Emily Matilda, youngest dan. of Himon Ease. Esq., nieca 
of the late Right Hon. Sir Edward Hyde East. Hart." 
Mr. Bligh, who was educated at Eton and St. John's 
Coll., Cambridge, is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Meath. Re- 
presents a branch of the family of Lord Darnley. — 
Brittas Kobber, co. Meat It ; Travellers' Club, s!w. ; 
Albany, Piccadilly, w. 

BLIGH. (See under Barnley, Earl of.) 

BLISS, tbe Baron Hexry de-, F.R.S.L., of 
Brandon Park, Suffolk. 
Youngest son of the late James Aldridge, Esq. (a J. P. 
and D.L. for Sussex), by Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
William Bliss, Esq., M.I)., of Essex ; b. ISIS; s. his 
uncle Edward Bliss, Esq., of Brandon Park, and assumed 
his name 1845; m. 1868 Catherine Eliza, eldest dau. 
of the Rev. Robert Baker, Rector of Frist on, Suffolk. 
The Baron, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Essex, a Magis- 
trate for Middle sex andT\ esttninster. Lord ol the Manors 
of Brandon and Sleddale Forest, andPatron of 1 living, 
late Lieut. Fusilier Guards, and Gapt. S. Middlesex 
Militia, was created a Baron of the kingdotn of Portu- 
gal in 1855. — Brandon Park. Suffolk; Slid, in'c Forest, 
Appleby, Westmoreland : Sorthcvmhc Hall. Bcvon ; Bcr- 
ktby House, Hyde Park Square, w. 

BLISSET, the Rev. Hestrt, of Letton, Here- 
fordshire. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Joseph Bli c si t. Esq., 
of Letton Court, by Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of John 
Freeman. Esq.. of Letton ; b. 1808; w. 1 84 4 Jamiaia, 
dau. of James Hope, Esq., and has, with other ISSUO, 

* John Freeman, b. 1845. 

Mr. Blisset, who was educated at Balliol Coll., Oxford 
(BA. 1831, M.A. 1837), is a Magistrate tor co. Here- 
ford, Rector, Patron, and Lord of the Manor of Luton. 
— Letton Court, Hereford ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BLOCK, Samuel Wilsox, Esq., of Greentaill 
Grove, Herts. 
Eldest sou of the late Stmuil Rich-inl Block, E-q., 
1' H.G.S., (,f tlrcnhill (irove. l y his fust wife. Agues, 
dan. of Adam Wilson. Esq., of Edinburgh; b. 1S2'J ; s. 
1804; ;n. ISffl Elizabeth, yonngl'St dau of Ali'Xni lof 
Chevitc, Ksq , M D.. and ha« is?uc. This family w- re 
formerly merchants in London, — Orcen/.a'l Crete, C';;>- 
pitig Bur, nt, Uettt, 

BLOFELD, fit<- Rev. Thomas John. ofHovctoti 

House, Norfolk. 
Only son of the Itite Rev. Thomas Calthorrto Blofeld, 
of Hiiveton House, by Mary Caroline, dau, of Francii 
(.rose, E-<| . I'.A S.; h. 1807; 1865; w. is:u 
Cat In line t 'harlot'e, ilatt. of the Krv. Ai MiOMV Clblt, 

Rector of liiiveniitglittin, and has, with other insue, 

• Thomas CultJiorpc, Darrli>ter*at>L>w ; ». XtdAi <» IMi 
)'nnn> UlUal* tt . Ith rtttn. "f tV luU- licv. J. a. PatM \«. 
Hector of Uait>nnthor|Wi NorfiilK, 

Mr. Blnfleld, who Win c-htcateil nt Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Climl»Plil|M tl! A. lSJ'.l. M \. 1881), is a J 1' Mid 
D.L. for Norfolk, Vie.tr of |lo\ i ton, and [NttTOfl of that 
living. — Jloieton llon«c, .Vu. «(.//. 

Ul-oiS, Sir John lUi.ru, Bart., of Oookfiald 
Hull, Sullolk (cr. 1086). 

Third but sldeel sui v ninc mn of the late Opt Sir 

John Ralph Uluis, W.N. (who / 1843), Lg EUm Knot, 
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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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dau. of Rev. J. Barrett, of InniskeeL co. Donegal; b. I 
1830; 5. as 8th Bart. 1855; rn. 1865 Eliza Ellen, 
youngest dan. of Capt. Alfred Chapman. Educated at • 
"the Royal Naval Coll. ; is a J. P. and D.L. for Suffolk | 
(High Sheriff 1862), and Patron of 2 livings; late 
Lieut, in the Royal Navy ; was formerly a landowner j 
in Australia (Victoria). — Co< kfiehl Hall, Yoxford, Sua-- \ 
mundham.und GrundUburgh Hull, Woodbridge, Suffolk ; \ 
Conservative and Union Clubs, s/w. ; X, St. James's \ 
Place, s w. 

Heir, his son Ralph Barrett Macnnghten, 6. 18GG. 

BLOMEFIELD, the Rev. Sir Thomas Eardley 

WlLJlOT, Bart, (cr. 1*07). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Thomas William Blomrfield, 
Bart., by Salome, dau. of the late Samuel Kekewich, 
Esq., of Peamore, Devon ; b. 1820 ; as 3rd Bart., 
1858 ; m; 1st 1 8-t-t Georgina Louisa, dau. of the late j 
Lieut.-Gencral Sir Peregrine Maitland, K.C.B. (she d. \ 
1852); 2nd 1S53 Fanny-, eldest dau. of the Rev. J. 
D'Arey J. Preston, of Askham. eo. York. Educated at j 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1.8-13); ordained 1844; 
appointed Incumbent of All Saints, Pontefract, 1859. 
— All Saints Pursimagc, Pontefruct. 

//t-i'r, his son Thomas YVihnot Peregrine, b. ISIS. 

BLOMEFIELD, George, Esq., of Xccton Hall, 
Norfolk. 

Fourth but eldest surviving son of the late William 
Mason, Esq., of Necton Hall, by Elizabeth, dau. of the 
Rev. P. Columbine; b. 1799; s. his brother 1805. 
Educated at Eton ; assumed the name of Bloim-field on 
inheriting the property of the late F. Blomefu ld. Esq.. 
Swaff'ham, 1833; is a J.P. and D L. for Norfolk, and 
a Lient.-Col. in the Army, retired ; was formerly of the 
3rd K.O. Dragoons, 72ml Highlanders, and 7th Hussars, 
also lato Capt. East Norfolk Militia. — Xnton Hall, 
Swaffliam, Norfolk ; United Service Club, s.w. 

BLOMFIELD, Charles, Esq., of Folkingbani, 
Lincolnshire. 
Eldest son of the late Charles Blomfield. Esq., of Ston- 
ham Parva, Suffolk ; b. 171)4 ; in, 1821 Elizabeth, sister 
of the late Benjamin Snjitl), Esq., of Holbling. Is a 
Magistrate for eo. LiucQlu (Jtesteven Division), ami 
M.D. retired from practice. The family of Blomfield, ( 
or Blondeville, have been seated at Stonham since the 
Conquest.— Folkhigham, Sleqford, 

BLOMFIELD, the Rev. GEORGE BecHER, of 
Slevenapje, Herts. 
Youngest son of the late Charles Blomfield, Esq., cf 1 
Bury St. Edmund's, and brother of the late Hishop of 
London ; h. 1S01 ; m. 1st 1827 Frances Harr et, dau, of 
the Rev. 11. Stassie, of Coddingfnii : 2nd IS 18 Mary, 
dau. of the Rev. F. Anson, Dtilrt of Chester; 3rd IR.VI 
Elizabeth Ellen, second dau. ami co»heirof John l-'eildon, 
Esq., of Mollington Hull, co.Chesteri ami ha-. w ith oilier 
issue, 

• Goorei'Jftme". In Rolj Orders, M..\. 6f Christ'* Coll., Cnm- 
brlrtpo, inul Hector Of Nortml-Sllll-HoTnhrlon i t>- Willi "i. 
18ft 5 (Jeoi'piniL, dau, of Francis Hliiuber, 1. «!■ 
Mr. Blomfu ld, who was e lucntcd at Ch. Coll.. Cambridpe 
(B.A. 1824, M.A. In27), ordained Deucou and 
Priest 1820, is a Muyistratu lor It. rts. Hector of 
Stevenage. Rural Dean, and Canon He idclitiurj «•! 

ChestcrCathtHlr.il. he was formerly Rector of ratten- 
Hall, Chesbire. — The Rectory, Stctkiiage, Ihrts, 

BLOMM AKT, John* Esq., of W.IK ti House, 

Somersetshire. 
Only «iir vivii.e. Boh of the late Licur.«Opnrnvl lum-l 
Franc i« Blothmurt, of Willeit ITonse, by Kliaibrih, 
dim. and co-lieir of Rev. Blckliftlii Y. sentt.nl llarlrow ; • 
b. 1812; «. 1852, m. 1K01 Fanny Harriet, dnil 

of the Rev. Alex. Fuwnra Lttttrell. lUetor of Knit 

Quati'oriie.ul, Somerset. Mr. UlOtnHHlll, «b'» « > s •••'•»• 

cut^'d nt WinchestiP ond trnlT#i*Hy Pull., Osfonl I II \ 



1834\ is a Magistrate for Somerset. Lord of the M... 
of Elworthv, and Patron of the living of Bro:.-.' ■ 
Ralph.— Wittett House. Elu-orthg. Taar.ton. 

BLOOD, EojroxD Maghlix, E~q., of Bric-kliT; 
eo. Clare. 

Eldest son of the late Neptune Blood, Esq., of Br. 
hill, by Bridget, dau. of David Roche, Esq.. of Cara-« 
co. Limerick; b. 1815; s. 1S22 ; m. 18-31 Mary At 
dau. of Thomas Fergusson, Esq., of Liexlip. co. Km- 
dare, and has. with oilier issue. 

* Neptune William,.£. 1S53. 
Mr. Blood, who was educated at Trinitv Coll., Du 
was High Sheriff of co Clare 1867. This family h: 
been settled in co. Clare, and have possessed estate? ! ■ 
grants from the crown for nearly three centuries : tl 
ancestor, Edmond Blood, was M.P. for Ennis in 1C1 
— Briekhill, Crat'oe.co. Clare; Address: Croxley Ho .- 
Eickuta/iswort/i, Herts. 

BLOOMFIELD, Lord (Jons Arthur Docgi.\< 
Bloomfield, G.C.B.).— Cr. 18-25. 
Only son of 1st Lord (who was sometime Envov Ex- 
traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at the (_'....: 
of Sweden), by Harriet, dau. of the late John Dou_"... 
Esq., of Grantham, co. Lincoln ; b. 1802: s. 1540 : 
1845 Georgiana, dau. of 1st Lord Raven 1 - wo: th. I- 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Tippcrary, and Ambassador Ex- 
traordinary and Plenipotentiary at Vienna ; late Er.v - 
Extraordinary at Berlin. — Loughton, Monty gall, Kin 
Co.; Ciamalt, Newport, co. Tijypcraryj British Embas. . 
Vienna. 

BLOOMFIELD, Sir John, K.C.B. (cr. 1867). 
Son of the late Patrick Bloomfield, Esq., of Sliir>, 
by Araminta, dau. of the late James Gildea, Esq.. i I 
Coslough, co. Mayo : 4.17'J3. Educated at the 11 
Military Academy, Woolwich : is a Lieut. -Gen. in :'. 
Army, and Col. Commandant of Artillery; sew ', 
the Peninsula, at Waterloo, in the West Indie-, at 
Corfu : A.D.C. to the Queen, and Inspector-General • 
Artillery. — United Service Club, s.w. 

BLOOMFIELD, Pitzmaurice Gvstavcs. Esq., 
of New-park, co. Watcrford. 

Second son of Jolin Colpoys Bloomfield. E«q.. of Cos'!.' 
Caldwell, co. Fermanagh, ami Redwood, co. Tipr-' ru- 
by Frances Arabella, dau. of Sir John Caldwell, Bar; 
of Castle Caldwell ; b. 1*24 : m. IS IS Henrietta 5o] 
dau. of John Commercll, Esq., of Strood Park, Sus-< \ 
and has, with Other issue, 

* FitzttkAtirtce Rdmuntt, )». is-'.o. 
Mr. Bloomfield was educated at the Roval Militnn 
Academy. Woolwich ; is a Magistrate forcn. Watrr'e r 
was formerly in I he Bengal Artillery. — Xn.-yarlr. Hi 
}\',i!cr/nrd, Ireland ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. 

BLOOMFIELD, Jons Caldweii, Esq.. of Castle 
Caldwoll, co. Ferthanairlt. 

Kldeit son of John Colpoys Bloomfield, Esq.. of Re! 
w.xvl, eo. Tippei-an-, by I-Vaner^ Arabella, elde-t 
of the late Sir John Caldwell, Hart., of Castle Cul 

182.1; fB, 18lli EliAibeth. dan. of Willuun P'Ar - 
E"q., of N'ei-arn Cnntlc, and has ii<>-ue, 

* Mnjomln M. k. Mbynell, i>. I MO. 
Mr. Illoomlleld, who io a J.P. and P L for co F« I 
mnnnalji ww formerly un Officrr in ihc Armr. T' • 
family i« the senior brunch of that of Lord Bloomfui : 

llley hnro been xeltle,l in Iniand !<ince the rvjn 
H- wry l\.—G>»tte Oi.V/'u-..", E:nwk,ur».c->. F M « 

BLOS^Bi (-^ee tfneh'Bhtm.) 

DLOUKT, Sir Eowaro, B : , r t., of 9odingtoi 
Worcpntenhin (cr. 1i'<rjl 

Only lOrriving i«on of the late Sir Walter T 
So l{ngtt>n, by AMI*, dan. of the hue Thoma« Ki 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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>f.FeItori Purk. Northumberland; b. 1795; s. as 



&irt. 1SU3; m. 1830 Mary Frances, dau. of the 
Lite Eiiward Blount Esq., M.P. Educated at St. 
Edmund's Coll., Ware ; is a Magistrate for eo. Salop. 
...id a J. P. and D.L. for co. "Worcester (High Sheriff 
i .>.;.»).— -Sodington, and Mawley Hall, Bcwdlcy. 

Heir, his fon AVnltor de Sodington, a J.P. and D.L. for co. 
Worcester ; b. 1333. 

HLOUXT, Michael Hexry Mary, Esq., of 
Maplediarliam House, Oxon. 
HI lest son of the late Michael Blount, Esq., of Maple- I 
ciurham House, by Catherine, dau. and sole heir of 
John Petre, Esq., of Bell House, Essex, and widow of 
Francis Wright, Esq.; 6. 1789 ; s. 1821 ; m. 1st 1S17 
the Hon. Elizabeth Anne Mary, 4th dau. of Robert 
Edward, 10th Lord Petre; 2nd ISoO Lucy Catherine, | 
4th dau. of the late James Wheble, Esq., of Woodley : 
Lodge, Berks, and has by the former, with other issue, 

• Michael Charles, 6. 1811). 

Mr. Blount is a J.P. and D.L. for Oxfordshire (High 
Sheriff 1832). This family traces its descent from the 
Counts of Guisnes, in Picardy .—Maplcdtirham House, 
] trading. 

BLOUNT, William, Esq., of Orchibill, Bucks, 
and of Orleton, Herefordshire. 
Si coud but eldest surviving son of the late William 
Blount, Esq., of Orleton, co. Hereford, by Mary, only 
dau. of Lacon Lambo, Esq., of Bidnov, co. Hereford ; 
h. 1799; s. his brother 1833; m. 1st 1821 Eliza, 
youngest dau. of Thomas Wright, Esq., of i'itzwn Iters, 
Essex; 2nd 1839 Lady Charlotte Jane, eldest dau. of 
the Duke of Somerset, and has issue, 

• 'William, b. 1824; m. 1SS9 Anne, dnu. of Valentine O'Brien 
O'Connor, Esq., of Rockfield House, co. Dub'in, and 
• Archibald Henry (on whom the Orleton Estate is settled). 
6. 1840. 

Mr. Blount, who was educated at Stonyhurst Coll., and 
called to the Bar at Gray's Inn 1,833." is a Dep.-Lieut. 
for Bucks; was M.P. for'Totness 1839-40. — Orchihill 
House, Chalfont St. Peter, Gcrrard's Gross; Orleton. 
Tenbury; Reform Club, s.w. ; 66, Cumberland Street, v.. 

BLOW, the Rev. William. 

Eldest son of the late William Blow, E;q., by Anna, 
dnu. of Mr. Thomas Hopper, of Leven ; b. 1789; in. 
1S13 Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of the Rev. John Clark, und 
by her (who d. 1863) has issue; 

• John, In Holy Orders ; h. 1815, 

Mr. Blow, who was educated at Sidney Sussex Coll., 
Cambridge (JJ.A 1817). ami appointed Rector of 
Ooodinanham in 1819, is a J.P. und D.L., for the E 
Hiding of Yorkshire, — Goodmanfiam Rectory, Market 
' I '< igh ton, Yo rksh ire. 

+ BLUNDELL, Hdnky Blundell Holunshead, 
Esq., of Deysbrook, Lancashire. 

Won of the lat« K. ESlumlell llollm-lwad Blund. II. 

J.-)., of Devslirook; b. 1832; >n 1803 the Hoi, 
1' ntrico, youngest dau. of the into Vice-Admiral the 
Hon. |[. D. Bynp, Is n l)e|i.-I.ieut. for eo. Lancaster, 
' M' 1 ' Grenadier Guards, and Patron of the living of 

\h\)->:\\\.-.f) ( , l/ll f, r „„/ l . < \\ rgt Derby, near Lnrr/ipul ; The 
•*di/t, Virginia Water, Stainm, Middf€»tJt, 

llnr /Y„ hl« I rothor Rlchnrd, Cn|lt, li d Iln^ nr« : ». IMS 

m, )«>,!, ti«nrloita hum-vi, rumim-d dau, -i lUtihard v. u 
Kirwan, i:-i ,or Itawntnoro, co, O&lway. 



■* MjUKDEIiL, Johst, Esq., of Crooli Ball, 
Lancashire. 

it^L L ,1m '"J* BlUndall, t*a.i h. is - . U n Mngii 
<ur co, i«titiea«tcr. - Crook 1 /la!/, Chorlty, 



BLCXDELL. Nicholas. Esq., of Crosby £Ia!l, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest son of the late William Blundeli. Esq., of Crosby 
Hall, by Catherine, dau. of the late Sir Thomas Stanlr-v, 
Bart., of Hooton Hall, co. Chester; b. 1S11 : s. 1S54 ; 
m. 1817 Allies Mary, dau. of th« late SirEdwatd 
Joseph Smythe, Bart., and has, with other is=ue, 

* William Joseph, *. 1S.31. 

Mr. Blundeli is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, and 
Major in the Duke of Lancaster's Own Rifles. This 
family is of Norman origin, and received latere grants 
of land in the township of Crosby at the Conquest. 
— Crosby Hall, Liverpool. 

BLUNDELL, of luce. (See Wcid-Blundell.) 

BLUNDEN, Sir John, Bart., of Castle Blunder,, 
co. Kilkenny (cr. 1766). 
Eldest son of the late William Pitt Blunden, E?q., by 
Harriet, only dau. of Thomas Pope, Esq.. of Popefield, 
Queen's Co. ; b. 18U; s. his uncle as 3rd Bart. ISIS ; 
7ii. 1839 Elizabeth, dau. of the late John Knox. Esq., of 
Dublin. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny, of which 
he has beeu High Sheriff. — Castle Blunden, Kilkenny. 
Heir, his son William, b. 1840. 

BLUNT, Sir Charles William, Bart., of 
Heathfield Park, Sussex (cr. 1720). 
Eldest son of the late Richard Charles Blunt, Esq., of 
Bretlands, Surrey (who d. lSlfi), by Eliza Forbes. dau. 
of the late Captain William Forbes Mercer, of Potter- 
hill, co. Perth; b. 1810; his cousin as 6th B.irt. 
1847. Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1834, M.A. 1845); called to the Bar at the Middlo 
Temple 183.'>; is a Magistrate for Susses. — Heathfield 
Park, near Hurst Gran; Ringmer, near Lewes ; di- 
versity Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Richard John, b. 1822. 

BLUNT, Col. Charles Harris. C.B., of Kemp- 
Bhott Park, Hants. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Edward Walter Blunt, 
Esq., of Kempshott Park (who d. I860), by Jane 
Shirley, dau. of James Allan, Esq.. of tho Hall, co. 
Stirling; b. \S2.i ; 8. his brother 1SC2 ; W. 1856 Mary 
Augusta, dau. of tho late Lieut. -Col. James Tod. und 
has. Willi ot lirr ifsue, 

• Edward Walter, 1869. 

Col. Blunt, who Was educated at the Ro\ al Military 
Coll.. Sandhurst, is a Capt. K A., and served with dis- 
tinction in India. He rcpre; cuts ix younger branch of 
the family of Sir ClltttlOS Blunt. Bart. — Kenps/iott 
Park, Hasiugs/iike , East India Club. S.W. 

BLUNT, Francis Sc.wyl.v, Esq., of Cmbbett, 
Sussex. 

F.Mor son of the late Francis Scawen Blunt. E«q , of 
Cmbbett, by Mary. dau. of the Rev. John Chan tier, of 
Witlry, Surrey ; ft. 1 sr.'.i ; 1842. E hi at. d at Oscott ; 
Portnofly Ensign Both Pout. Ortdiht.it, ( ran try. 

llnr Prt»>, hi» i r, ther VTHItM '■■'in<m * If i \ r.i >t 

Oscott; BppOtntn] to the DlpldUbUc fVrvn* 

BLUNT, the Rev Walks. J ofW«Ulop. Rimta, 
Eldest fon of the lab .1 .mi s Blunt F.*q . otAVaUofsby 
IToiirieUa, dau. uf Rutwrl Qnnii-n Esq,, f C ft <n . b. 
1803; 1.1832: >■•. 1827 M.»r .«n. • 1 !. 't dau. of William 
Poarce, . Of Wlltteliall I'lac.v EdilCiltpd at !.!•• i 
and King's Coll . <".»ml r dge . li A I Hi A, M A. 1831 . 
appointed a Mugistmtc (bt Hants is ;s. This family 
in n bram h of tlie Blunts, Buroiuts. ot Susses. — M'(i//.>,> 
Hbtttt, Sti'rkl rtdgr. 

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Bly] COUNTY FA 

BLYTH, Henry Etheridge, Esq., of Burnham, 
Westgate, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the late Henry Blyth, E'q.. of Burnham 
Westgate, bv Sarah, dau. of Anthony Etheridge, Esq.. 
of Stanhoe" Norfolk; b. 1798; s. 1831; w. 1827 
Frances, eldest dau. of Anthony Gwyn, Esq., of Baron's 
Hall, near Fakcnham, Norfolk. Is a Magistrate for 
Norfolk, and Lord of the Manor and Patron of Burn- \ 
ham Deepdale. — Burnham Westgate, Lynn. 

+ BLYTH, James, Esq., of Woolhampton 
House, Berks. 
b. 1800; m. and has issue. Is a Merchant in London, 
and Magistrate for Berks (High Sheriff 1863).— JiW- 
hampton House, Newbury ; 24, Hyde Park Gardens, yy. 

BOARD, of Pax Hill. (See Bouchard.) 

BODDAM, Alexander, Esq., of Kirklington 
Hall, Notts. 
Youngest .son of the late Bawson Hart Boddam, Esq. 
(late Governor of Bombay), by Eliza Maria , dan. of W". 
Tudor, Esq., of Monmouth; b. 1808; 1811 Maria 
Agatha, only child and heir of Major-General John 
Whetham, of Kirklington Hall, ami has, with other 
issue, 

• John 'Wtietham, Lieut. 73ruFnot ; b. 18 P. 

Mr. Boddam, who was educated at Winchester, and ap- 
pointed to the 18th Foot 1827, is a Magistrate for Notts, 
and Lieut.-Col. Royal Sherwood Foresters. — Kirkling- 
ton HaU, Southwell ; Junior United Service Club, s.w. 

BODENHAM, Challf.s de la Barre, Esq., of 
Rotherwas Park, Herefordshire. 
Only son of the late Charles Thomas Boflenham, Esq.. 
of Rotherwas, by Eliza Mary, dau. of Thomas Weld. 
Esq., of Lul worth Castle, co. Dorset; b. 1813 ; s. 18(55 : 
■m. 1850 the Countess Irena Maria, dau. of Count 
Dzierzvhraj Morawski. Educated at Stonyhui\st ; is aj 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Hereford, and Lord of the Manor 
of Dinedor. This family has held estates from the 
Saxon times in co. Hereford, and its members hare al- 
ways adhered to t he Roman Catholic religion. — Rother- 
was Park, Hereford. 

BODKIN, Sir William Hexky, Knt,, of High- 
gate (cr. 1867). 
Eldest son of the late Peter Bodkin, Esq., of GaUvny. 
by Surah, dau. of R. Gilbert. Esq., of Stafford ; . 
1791 , m. l«t IK 12 Sarah Sophia, dde-t dau. of Pet or 
11, Poland, Esq. (she of. 18481 ; 2nd 18U*> Sarah < on 
stance, dim, of Joseph Johnson .Mili >, Esq., J.P,, of 
Highgate; he lms issue by the former, 

• William ivter, a Magistrate for Middlesex ; ft. I si I. 

Mr. Bodkin, who was called to the Burnt Gray's Inn | 
1820, and appointed a Bencher of Gray's Inn ls .s. e- :i 
Dep. -Lieut, for Middlesex. Assistant Jndsie for that 
county, Recorder of Dover, ami o Vice-President of the 
Society of Aru-, waa M.P. for Rochester 1 s n -7. — | 
Wiii Hi'!, W<lhtj(lti, m. ; Cnrl/on Club. s.w. ; a. King's 
Bench Walk, Tutiplr, B.C. 

BODKIN, John Jakes, E2sq., of Kilekony, co. 
Galwny. 

Eldest son df the Into Major Thomns Bodkin, of Kit - 
doonv. by Elian, dm. of Col Smith, of Topcroft Hnll, 
Norfolk; A, 1801 \ iii , i ^ t M iw. dau. nf foominick 
(irorgo B.dkin. I!«q . of *wMh Lt'iiltfe, co. QaN> iy, u ud 
by her (who ,1. 18(12 1 has. With other issue, 

• Th"m«« .turn, *. nluea',*! i»' i • , nl| ('• II : n M molrnte for 
rn OdhVrtVi f> \*}\\ hi Is I lei a l^ni-n, itail, of C. r- 
ni'liu* OK> ii<. l: m. nf Qallauli f?a»t*e, oo> Oalwtj, tnd 
Imi, with nri.-i is.,,-, • Mm Janus, ft. i-'. 

Mr. Do Ikin, « ho was , ducated a' Slnnxhufsl Coll., Is n 
J V mid D.I, for co OiiKtiiv; was M 1'. for Oulway 
loo 



MILIES OF E.j 

1831-2, for co. Galway 1835-47.— KiMoony, R-i. 
stone, Tuani, co. Galway ; Rtform Club, s.w. 

BODKIN, Robeet, Esq., of Armagh, co. Gal- 
war. 

Eldest son of the late John Bodkin. Esq., of Anr. ' 
l.y Harriet, dau of the late Martin Staunton Kirwa: 
Esq., of Blindwell; b. 1S00; m. 1842 Elizabeth! 
youngest dau. and co-heiress of the late Thomas R . 
ineton. Esq., of Bye Hill. Is a Magistrate for co. V i.- 
way (High Sheriff 1833).— Aiinagh, Baliyghmin, , 
Galway. 

Heir Pres., his brother Dennis, b. 1812. 

+ BODKIN, William Thomas, Esq., of Rose- 
berry, co. Galway. 
Son of the late W. Bodkin, Esq., of Roset:orry : b. 1800. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Galway. — Roseberry, Bcd'ymor; 
co. Gul way. 

BOEVEY, Sir Thomas Hyde CRAWLEY-. 
Bart., of Flaxlev Abbev, Gloucestershire 
(cr. 1784). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Martin Hyde Crawley-Boevev. 
Bart., of Flaxley Abbey, by Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev 
George William Daubeney ; b. 1S37 ; as 5th Bart. 
1862 ; m. 1S65 Frances Elizabeth, only dau. of the 
Rev. Thomas Peters, Rector of E istiugton. co. Glou- 
cester. Is a Magistrate for co. Gloucester, and Patr ;i 
of 1 living; appointed Eusisrn 69th Foot 1857, retire 1 
1865. — Flaxliy Abbey, Ncibnham, Gloucestershire. 
Heir, his son, b. 18CS. 

BOGER, Deeule, Esq., of Wolsdon, Cornwall. 
Eldest son of the late John Bo.'er, Esq.. of Wolsdon. 
Magistrate for Cornwall, by Lucy, dau. of Samuel Hext, 
Esq., of Trenarrcn, Cornwall; b. 1799; s. 1819; 
1829 Frances, dau. of the late Thomas Bewes, E?t , 
M.P.. and has, with other issue, 

• Walter Deeble, M.A.. of Trinity Coll.. Cambri.lre. nn ! 
Bnrrisicr-at-Law; ft. 1882; to. 18C3 Amelia Harriet, yonne- 
est dau. of Thomas Holmes Bo-worth, Est}., of We-t. rh-.ii;.. 
Kent. 

Mr. Bog, r is a J.P. and D.L. fur Cornwall, and a Dl p 
Warden of the Stannaries. This estate was fori 
in the possession of the Wolsdons. and passed, tilt 
heiresses, from them to the Peebles and Bogers SUCCM* 
siyely. — Wolsdon, Torpoint, Curnvall. 

BOGGIS-ROLFE, Capfc. James Edward. 

Eldest son of tins hie James Bogiris, F.sq., J P. ai ! 
D.Tj., of Baddow Court, Essex, formerly Lieut.-Col. 
West Essex Militia (who d. L862), by Mary Cecilia, 
dan. of the late Edward Stephenson, Esq.. of Fir • 
Hill. Berk^. and Scaleby Ca«tfo, Cumberland ; b. 1816 . 
/••'. 1st 1S3G Mary, dau of the late Lewis Keir. Esq.. 
Attorney-General of the Bnhamas (who d. 18491; 2n<l 
IS.,3 Margaret, dau. of tlie late Bcv. B. R. Bailey, 
Chaplain of the Tiiwer of London, and has by the for- 
luer an "iily son, 

• Frnneis r)iiii|rlns.a. J>. 18ifi. 

Copt, B. I'los-Rolfe is J.p. nn ,l D.L for K«scx, * 
( 'apt. in the Army ( 1I.P. 5.">tli k,flimeQt\ and one <>t 
Her Mai'eMy's Hon. Corps of tit nih nun-at -Arms . I»* 
n>sumv4 the additional name of Rolfa by Royal lid ■ 
1800, in rompliance with a derJ of settirment I v Mi*« 
AntH" Rolfo, of WonnilU^fbrd, Essex — At., y it. i X*<J 
('li'b, s.w. . 37, unrtvpod Suuart t n.w. 

BOGLE, Sir Archibald (cr, 1803). 

Son of the hte A. Doffle, (Sao.; h. lSO't ; is m. ard M* 
l»«UC. Bniervtltho Knat India Co.'s service ISM: r 
pointed Deputy Adjutant-tienrral at DtaapOM I s " 

eomnvaniled the Arracan Battalion and Police C 
I8il8; nppointrn Superintendent of Arra.-m I89J 
Commissioner there is:i7. i« Mnjnr*QoBOMl '« ,l " 



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IJ iiir.ll Armv, and Civil Commissioner iu the Provinces 
,, : lonasserim and Martaban. — Lincluden Housl; Dum- 
frirs. 

lioILEAU, Sir John Peter, Bart,, F.R.S., of! 
Tueohiestone Hall, Norfolk (cr. 1838). 
F.ldrit ton of the late John Peter Boileau, Esq.. of j 
Ta ohx stone Hull, by Henrietta, eldest dan. of the Rev. 
George Pollen, of Little Bookham. Surrey; b. 1794; 
m, lb2o Catherine Sarah, dau. of 1st Earl of Minto. 
Kdncnted at Eton and Merton Coll., Oxford; is a J. P. 
nnd D.L. for Nor. oik (High Sheriff 16441. President 
Archaeological Society oi Norfolk, Vice-President of the 
Antiquarian Society, Society of Arts, and the Statistical 
Society, and a member of several other learned British 
and foreign societies ; was formerly an Officer in the 
Kille Brigade. — Kettering ham Park, Wy/.nondkam, Aor- 
folk; Bruolcss Club, s.w. ; 20, "Upper Brook Streit, vr. 
Heir, his son Frnncis G-corge Manmngham, a J. P. ami D.L. for 
Norfolk; A. 1830; m. 1800 Lucy Henrietta, eldest dau. of Sir 
George Nugent, Bart., and has, with other issue, *JoIm 
Francis Elliot, b. 1SKJ. 

BOLLEAU-POLLEN, John Douglas, Esq., of 
Little Bookham, Surrey. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. George Poll p » Boileau- 
P.illen, of Little Bookham, by Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
James Hall, Bart., of Dun^lass, co. Berwick, and Ladv 
Helen Hall, dau. of Dunbar, 4th Earl of Selkirk ; b. 
1821 ; s. 1S47. Educated at Harrow and Corpus 
Christi Coll., Oxfotd.— £T%s Manor Mouse, Little Book- 
hum, Leatherhead, Surrey. 

liar Pres., hi, brother Charles Edward, 6. 1828. 

BOLAND, Robert Spencer, Esq. 

Youngest son of the late Lieut. -Col. J. Poland (who d. 
1820), by Helen, dau. of Alexander Boss, Esq.; 6. 
1813; vi. 1837 Harriet Laura, dau. of the late Sir John 
P, Milbanko, Bart,., and widow of Robert Crewe* Esq. 
Educated at the Military Coll., Sandhurst ; is a Magis- 
trate for co. Ayr; was formerly Capt. 69th Foot. — Ful- 
larton House, Troon, Ayrshire ; Junior United Service 
Cub, s.w. 

BOLAND, Thomas Parsons, Esq., of Pembrook, 
co. Cork. 

Only child of the late Thomas Boland,"* Esq., of Pem- 
hrouk, by Eliza Ann Parker, dau. of Michael Parker, 
Esq., of Hilbrook ; b. 1791; s. 1 7 U 1 ; m. 1822 Dorcas 
"udder* only dau. of Benjaihin Phipps, Esq., of Cn g^. 
co. Cork, and has issue, 

• V. illlniu 1U my, B.A. or Trinity Toll. , Dublin : b. 183*. 

Mr. Bubmd, who wasi educated ht Trinity Coll., Cam- 1 
bridge tB.A. 1809), is a Magistrate and Grand Juror j 
for co. Cork, and was formerly Capt. in command of! 
I ho Passage Ycnmmry. — VeUibrddk, PusStttjt If ttlt, 

t rk; Royal Yacht Club, Cork. 

HOLD, the fter. HtrGH, M.A., of Llanfihangel- 
TaUy-Llyn with Llanywerh, Brecknock- 
shire. 

u of the late Hugh Bold, Esq. (who was Chairman of 
tile Sessions () f g 0l hrecotl, and Recorder of Brecon, and 
"hod, 1839), by Ann. 2nd dau, of 111* Uev. Uiehuni, 
I i.i view, M.A , ( 'an' in ol St . David's and Vicur uf Brecon : 

1 7 1' 7 : hi, 1850 Theresa (Jules, dau. of N. Hart land, 
• | . of The Oaklatids, Cheltonlmm. Educated nl ISton 
Mi I Cll, Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1820, M.A. 1S2.'i) , La n .1.1', 

I I>L. fur co. Brecon, a Magistrate tor co. U ad nor, 
[j 1 lor of Llatiflbtiiiacl Tal-y-Llyn with Many wprn, and 
I'.ifron Of that living. — liotiahi'Ood CaitU; L! ... wen, 

i IJOLDEN, Samuel RctTAM), Esq., of Spring 
li 'IJ 11 ill, Liuicuuhirc 



•' « Of the luU i;. Bidden, E.q.; b. 18-. 1* a Mngla. 
itMs fat in. 1- in K»ti r . ttpringjitttt /Fa'), Lanntntnr, 



BOLDEN, W ILLIAM Bolden, Esq., of Uyitin!', 
Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late John Bolden, Esq., J.P. are! T> 1. 
of Jlyning (who assumed the name of Bolden in lic-u 
Leonard on succeeding to the estates of his mate:::..! 
uncle, William Bolden, Esq.), by Mary, dau. of Jol.n 
Satterthwaite, E*q., of Bigmaden Hall, co. Westmore- 
land ; b. 1803; .?. 18oo; m. 1834 Mary Anne, dau. of 
George Andrew, Esq., of Compstall, co. Chester, and has 
issue. Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1826); is a J.P. and L.L. for co. Lancaster. This 
family were formerly of-Boldens in Ellel, in the same 
county. — H ijn nig, Lancaster. 

BOLDERO, Col. Henry George, of Hurst 
Grove, Berks. 
Eldest son of the late Bey. J. Boldero, of Ampton, 
Suffolk, by Mary, dau. of E. Sibbs, Esq., of Cromer, 
Norfolk ; b. 1797 ; m. 1821 Mary. dau. of the late Jos. 
Neeld, Esq., of Hendon, Middlesex, and by her (who d. 
18GG ) has issue, 

* George 'Neeld, Lieut. -Col. and Major 21st Foot ; b. 1S?9 ; m. 
18Ci Anna, odIv dau. of "iVilliaui Stewart Trench, Esq., of 
Cardtown, Queen's Co. 

Mr. Boldero, who is a Magistrate for Berks, and a Col. 
in the Army, was formerly Capr. Boyal Engineers ; he 
was Clerk of Ordnance 1811-6; M.P. for Chippenham 
1831-2 and 1830-59. — Hurst Grove, Tu-jford, Berks; 
Carlton Club, s.w. 

BOLDERO, Johx, Esq., of White House, Suf- 
folk. 

Eldest son of the late Simon Boldero. Esq., of Dr:nk- 
stono, Suffolk, by his 2nd wife. Mary, dau. of — Hazle- 
wood, Esq., of "Wool pit, Suffolk; b. 1800; m. 1820 
Sarah Maria, eldest dau. of John Rnynham, Esq., of 
Drinkstoue Hall, Suffolk, and has, with other issue, 

• John Simon, M.A. of C. C. C. Cambridge, nn I Inrumtvnt 
of Amblecotc. co. Stafford; A. IS)": m ltvi9 Emma, dau. 
of J. B. Burrell, E~q., of Arthur .Seat, Victoria, Australia, 
and has, with other usue. * John Herbert, b. lsiio. 

This fnmil}- is said to be of Danish extraction, but h lve 
been settled in Suffolk since the year 1400. about which 
date one of Mr. Boldero' s ancestors was the owner of 
a considerable estate at l'ornham . v t. Martin's, near 
Bury St. Edmund's. — H'/ute I In use, Iiatttcsjien, H'oolpil, 
S"jfulk. 

+ BOLES, the Rev. JaMES Thomas, of Ryll 
Court, Devon. 
S.n of the late — Holes, Esq., of Ryll Court; h. 1822 ; 
.«. his uncle, the late M.t;or-Gt ner il BolfS, 184—; in. 
181- Mary Frances, dau. of — Dennis. Esq., of Ex- 
niouth, Devon, and has i>=sue. lMucated at Bitter 
Coll., Oxford ( H.A. 184*, M.A. 1846); is a Mugistmtf 
tor llrvnu; was formerly Chaplain in the CoUeglftU) 
Church of Ottery St. Slary. — Ityll Court, Exu.o^th, 
Devon. 

bOUGER, Wilmah Hi Nuv, Es., , of Bullinft- 
barna, co, KilUt tiny. 

Youngest son of the lute lMward BolgW, E-q., of IVil- 
litiabarna (who rf, 1847), by Maria, only dau. of Francis 
McCrohn, Esq., of Lisbon, co. Kerry; I 1 S o o . t. hi* 
bmthtr JttUioa HW4. Educated at ClunguirM WMI 
Coll Xhifl lamilv is of Celtic • n„-in. hi the r> i.*n of 
.lames II., Juinns It- -1 u • r, uf Uilllilkll aroa, m.ir:;iil Jan- 
I'iUtgi raid, dm. of the Bir>u i f llrowuafbltl nnd Cluen, 
from w hom this tain ly i« div, ended Th« R.'cera 
atb r wards internum u I with the 1 itz-£unons, ot Gicn- 

cullcn, Mi Dublin; the \\ alia, of folkrtuit,Qot t .nb.w . 
nnd the Eatiiln its, of CuriMgh, po, VVcgtfbrd, — ArffiNC* 
Kt<-n i, hi»i-f <"■>. KilKtHtUf, 

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BOLINGBROKE, Viscount (Hcxky St. John). I 
— Gr. 1712. 

Eldest son of Henry, 4th Viscount, by Mitria, dau. of' 
the late Sir Heiiry'P. St. John Mil'imay. Bart.; b.\ 
1820 ; s. 1851. Is"a Dep.-Lieut. for Wilts! and Patron 
of 1" living. This family is a branch of that of Lord 
St. John of Bletshoc, ami the first Peer was a celebrated j 
philosopher and Secretary of State under Queen Anne, j 
— I.t/d ' ard Pat/i, Swindon, Wilts; 1, Chandos Street, ! 
Cavendish Square, w. 

Heir Pre s., his cousin Maurice "William Ferdinand, Vicar of 
Frarapton-uponrSevem (sr>ri of the late Hun. Ferdinand St. i 
John, who «/. lsi;-"». by Selina Charlotte, riaii. of Maurice St. ; 
Leper Keatinfro. Esq.) ; «.. IS.'.:; Charlotte Lucy Hamilton, 
eldest dun. of the la e John Dalyetl, Esq., of Linsro, co. j 
Fife, and has, with other issue, * Henry Percy, 6. 1S04. 

+ BOLITHO, Thomas Bedford, Esq., of Tre- ; 
widden, Cornwall. 
Son of the late Thomas Bolitho, Esq. ; h. 18—. Is a 
Magistrate for Cornwall. — Trewidden, Penzance. 

BOLITHO, Thomas Simox, Esq., of Penalvemo 
and KeBcgie, Cornwall. 
Second son of the late Thomas Bolitho, Esq., of The I 
Coombe, Penzance; b. 1808; m. 18:58 Elizabeth, dau 
of Thomas Robins, Esq., of Liskeard, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Tbomns Rollins, 6. 1840 ; educated at Harrow. 

Mr. Bolitho, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall (Jf'igh 
' Sheriff 18C7) and a Magistrate for Penzance, purchased i 
Kenegie of W. Coulson, Esq., 18(57 ; ho represents an 
ancient Cornish family. — Penalvcrne House, rind Knirgic, \ 
Penzance, Cornwall. 

BOL LAND, Thomas, Esq., of Kirkby Fleetham 
Hall, Yorkshire. 

Only surviving son of the, late Christopher Bolland, 
Esq., of Rounclhny, near Leeds, co. York (who was a 
cousin of the lal e Bight Hon. Baron Bolland i, by Eliza, 
dan. of William 1'earne, Esq., of Leeds ; b. 1822 ; '$. 18'20 ; 

1814 Margaret, dau. of William Vane Hope, Esq., of 
York, ami lias, with other issue, 

• Thomas, b. 18t!>. 

Mr. Bolland is a Magistrate for the X. Riding of York- 
shire, and one of the Lords of the Manor of Leeds. I 
This family were settled for many generations at Kirkby ; 
Stephen, in fhe W. Riding of Yorkshire. — Kirkbii 
Fllslham Ha'.', Bcdale, 

BOLLINO, tho Llev. Edward James, of Davcy- 
Luvox 1 Hull, Lancashire. 

Kill* (it son of fhfi late "William Boiling, Esq. of Harry- 
Levi r iv.lm was MP. for Bolton 1882-41 and 1 S 17 S i, 
by Kli.-abctli Christian, dau. of the late Rev, J. SI ide, I 
\ iearof \\ m-ibrd, Somerset ; h. 1827 ; .♦. 1848 ; t«. 1862 
Henrietta. douVof Thomns Ridgway Brideou, Esq., of 

Bolton, ro Lancaster, ami has issue, 

• Iti .-fnald William, 6. IftftS, 

Mr Moiling, win, was educated at University Cull.. 
Okfiinl (B A. ih ,o. M..\. 1868), win ordained Deiuton 
IW;3, Iwrf I8A?; itpDnjiitpd ('urn'.. ( ,t Little 1-fVctj 
1863, II lid Bill or of Little Crr»Hni:hani, Suffolk, lH.il> 
'Ibis fuhiil* wire formerly remdetil hi Hulling Mill, eo 
Y«rk —Ilurrj-hr.r //„//, Ihltvn, L.inci.-I.irv. 

B0LT0X, 1.' in l (William Hknry OnnE-Fow. 
n.rr) — Cr. 1 707. 
Klilml >.. n of the l.,te Hon, Tliuniai 1'. Onle-Powlett, 
by Ltitia, dm. nf II. intrhn, l'«q ; \ IXI8; .«. hi- 
nt. V .,, 8rd L.td is,,. i; mi, imi I,, titin, dnu. >>f the 
me C\|l, Crawfuidi of N> wfli hi, en. A\r. L ,» .1.1*. mid 
ML ior tin N Killing of Yorkchirc.ii Magistrate for 

MflJltd, ate! I'll;. .11 of 4 liy|n L -s XllO 1 't Lonl a-»iimi.| 
till n. line of Fowlvtl qii hi* wile'i ,.>\ to tin Ibikc 

..f Bol!6n« isM-rs. it ^,,,. / i'.„k. /:,. ru-i.t-kt , 
III.' 



Bohon Hall, Bcdale; Carlton and Bood'cs Clubs, s.w 
46, Princes Gardens, vr; 

Heir, hi? son 'William Thomas, Comet in the Yorkil - 
Hussars ; ft. 1845. 

BOLTOX, Charles Xewport, Esq., of Br. '. 
Lodge, co. Water-ford. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Henry Bulton, A.M., Vj ..- 
of Dysart. Enos, and Kiltail, Queen's Co. (and nep! 
of the late Lieut. -General Sir Robert Bolton, G.C. 11., ..; 
Swerford Park, Oxouj, by Franees, dau. of Sir Simon 
Newport, Knt., cousin of the late Right Hon. Sir J . 
Newport, Bart. ; b. 1816"; s. ISol ; m. 1845 Anne, eld. >: 
dau. of the Rev. Joshua Anderson, M.A., Reeior ..i 
Myshall, eo. Carlow, and has issue, 

• Henry Anderson, 6. ISIS. 

Mr. Bolton, who was educated at Cheltenham and St, 
Edmund Hall, Oxford (B.A. 1837), is a Freeman of t!i« 
City, and a Grand Juror of co. Waterford. This famili 
which has been seated in co. Waterford for upwards o: 
two centuries, came originally from Yorkshire, an! 
claims descent from the Saxon Earls of Mereia. thror.r':: 
Oujjhtred de Bolton, Lord of Bolton, and Bowbearer of 
the Royal Forests of Bowland and Gilsland. a.d. 1135. 
This office was held by the Lords of Bolton for ten s . 
cessive generations. — Brook Lodge, Waterford. 

BOLTON, Miss, of Mount Bolton, co. Water- 
ford. 

Jane, only dau. of the late John Bolton, Esq.. of Mount 
Bolton, by Eliza, 2nd dau. of Mauhsell Bowers, Em,.. 
of .Mount Prospect, co. Kilkenny ; s. her brother. Ma or 
John Bolton, 7th Drasroon Guards, in 1811. M -- 
Bolton, and her cousin Mr. Bolton, of Brook Lodj-e (s t 
nboye), are descended throurrh their grandfather, 1 harl - 
Bolton, Esq., of Mount Bolton, from Capt. 1 
Bolton, Mayor of Waterford 1671. and Recorderin 16S2. 
— Mount Bolton, Waterford ; Grcui Park, Bath. 

BOLTOX, Richard, Esq., % of Bective Lodge, 
co. Meath. 

Eldest son of the late Robert Conipton Bolton, Esq , rf 
Bective Lodge, by his 2nd wife Charlotte, dau. of Jp | h 
Xeynoe. Esq. ; b. 180- ; m. 1826 Frances, dan. of I 
late George Bomford. Esq., of Rahinstown. co. Mratll 
(s'ie d. 1846). Mr. Bolton, who was educated at Trinity 
Coll.. Dublin, is a J.I*, and D.L. for co. Meath, This 
family is of Staffordshire extraction. — Bccliee La ' . 
Ttobinstown, co. M nth. 

//Wr /*»•.•».. hlK brother Ilobert. ft. 18— ; m. 18— Mnrin. d»u. 
of Jolni Arthur, tsq., of Dublin. 

BOLTON, William, Esq., of The Island, co 

WcMord. 

Elih st son of the lato William Bolton, Esq.. of The 
Island, Ivy Jane, dau. of Col. Joshua Nunn, of St. M u - 
pliVtVi 1815; .n. 1858; »«. 1843 Susan, dau t>\ 
Mont ford Westnpp, Esq., and has issue, 

• Wltllam, ft. I84ti. 

Mr. Rolton is a Magistrate for co. Wexford (Tfiuh 

Slieriff 18d0). Thie tamdy went over to Irrl.ind wii 
Cromwell, fmm Rolton, eo, Lancaster. — The /.- < '•'• 
hi/ill 1 1 Ariibfe, co, Wi rftml. 

B< ) LT( iN . (?«i Mamjf, »f CtamttU.) 
BOMFORD, GitonoK, Esq.. of Oakley Ptek, co 

Mratll. 

ICldent son of the late George Bomford, r*q , of Drum* 

liirgiin, by A.rliclln, dan. of Samuel Winter, l"-q • ' 
Aifltrr; >>. 1811 : .«. 1 S 1 4 ; Mi I8:t2 hi* Mttsio Ar ' 

dan. oi John l'mit Winter, l.sq , of Aghcr, and has 
wiih of hi r iss,i Pi 

• ri...,r f ,. Winter, ft. |*!M , m, l«(il riorn MeVp« B h. ?>nt 

of iho Rev, l'rnncl« H. Smllier, D.D., Rector of t<»!«"- 

town, co. Meetht 



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Mr. Bomford, who u as educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin ' 
(B.A. 1832), is a Magistrate for co. Meath (High Sheriff , 
1860). This family is of English extraction, but has i 
I con seated for nearly two centuries in co. Meath. i 
Oakley Pur/;, Kills, co. Meath. 

BOMFORD, John XORTH-, Esq., of Ferrans 
and Gallow, co. Meath. 
Eldest son of the late Isaac North-Bomford, Esq., of 
Ferrans and Gallow (who assumed the additional name 
of Bom ford by Royal licence 1837, under the wi'l of his 
uncle, David Bomford, Esq., of Gallow and Ferrans', 
by Belinda Emily, dan. of Abraham John Pilkington, 
Esq., of Kilbride Castle, co. Westmeath; b. 1838 ; s.J 
18G6; m. 1867 Charlotte, eldest dan. of John Devenish 
Meares, Esq., of Meares Court, co. Westmeath. Edu- i 
cated at Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a Magistrate for co. ; 
Meath, and Lord of the Manors of Ferrans and Gal- 
low ; late Capt. 29th Regt. — Ferrans House, Ki/cock, co. j 
Meath. 

+ BONAR, James, Esq., late of Kimmergiiame, ! 
Berwickshire. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Andrew Bonar, Esq.,| 
of Kimmergiiame (who d. 1825), by Anne, dau. of — 
Carr, Esq.; b. 1795; s. his brother 1834; m. 1839 
Mary, dau. of the late Sir Patrick Murray, Bart., of 
Oehtertyre, co. Perth. Is Head and Chief of this ancient | 
house. 

BONAR, the late William, Esq., of Easter War- j 
riston, co. Midlothian. 
Third son of the lalo Andrew Bonar, Esq., of Kimmer- 
ghame and Easter Warriston, by Miss Caw ; b. 1797 ; j 
m. 1831 Lilias, dau. of the late John Cuniughame, Esq., 
of Craigends (who d. 1S65). Mr. Bonar, who was a 
Magistrate and Commissioner of Supply for co. Mid- 
lothian, d.s.p. 18GC. — Easier Wurristun, Edinburgh. 

BOND, Capt. Edward Wellington, of Bondville, 
co. Armagh. 
Eldest son of the late Henry Cooto Bond, Esq., of 
Bondville, bv Eliza, dau. of the Rev. Edward Stanley, 
of Tyhollend ; 6. 1817; s. 1845. Was educated at 
Shrewsbury and Trinity Coll. ^Dublin : is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Monughan, a Magistrate for co. Armagh, 
Senior Captain Monaghan Militia, and Lord of the 
Manor of Bondville. This family is descended from 
Edward Bond, of Bondville, who went to Ireland with 
the Prince of Orange. — Bondville, Middlelon, co. Ar- 
magh. 

BOND, the Rev. John, of Tyneham, Dorset, 

Second son of the late Rev. William Bond, Uector of 
Stecple-cum-TyrehuTQ, Dorset, and Prebendarj of Bris- 
tol, by Jane, only dau. of the late Hi nrv Biggs, Esq., 
of Stockton, Wilts; h. 1H01 ; 8, 18.VJ. Educated at Wad- 
ham Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1824, M.A. 1828) : is \ icar of 
W'eston, Somerset, u Prebendary of Wells, and Rural 
Dean of Bath. This family is a younger branch of the 
Bonds of Orange (whom nee). They originally sprang 
from Hatch BeauRhanvp, Somerset, where they ware 
living tivijp, Edward 111. They removed into the Isle 
of Purbeck, Dorset, in the Oth ..f [lenrj VI. ['y,ne/iatn, 
War. ham, Dorset ; \{*tttoH Vicarage, Hath. 

//•if Prtt,, hi* brotlirr lliinj. VlOAt Ol BoUth IVtlirrton, 

8oniiT«nf, jj.O.ti <>r Ovflnt'ii Coll., Cambridge j '>. ih<u ; «>. 
I8AU Hdltho fMiRiiftt Mm > onl.v rtnu, of the iftte Hon. ttenri 
Petnefoy,atul KratiiNlau, el John, 4 th \ !-■ ount truf Itertoti, 

Md hn\, with llUlOf It",uc, ■WUlllUU llnirv, I. .J. 

HOND, Joshua Wai i i :b Mt Geouoii, Esa . of The 

Atgory, ntid Dnunsill, CO, At to.i dt. 
Eldest Hon of the late Walter McGtOUgh B md, Ew) , of 
The Afgory, by hi* 2nd V\H Anil" '2nd dau. of the Into 

R. Smyth, "E«cj., of (Juybrook, en W«etmoAth( h. 1818; 



s. 1SG6 ; m. 3 S5G Albertine Ljuise, dau. of P. Shai 
Esq.. Barrister-at-Law, and has issue, 

* Walter, b. 1S38. 
Mr. Bond, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll., an i 
the Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, is a Magistri • f - 
co. Armagh ; late Lieut. 49th Foot; he was M.P. for 
Armagh 1S55-7, and 1859-65. — The Argory, near J/oy, 
and Dmmsill House, co. Armagh ; Sackville Street Cli \ 
Dublin; Army and Suvy and Carlton Clubs, s.w. 

BOND, the Rev. Nathaniel, of Creech Grange. 
Dorset. 

Second son of the late John Bond, Esq., of Creech 
Grange, by Elizabeth, dau. and heir- of John Llovd, 
Esq., of Cefncoed, co. Cardigan ; h. 1804 ; s. his brother 
1814; m. 1835 Mary, 2nd dau. of the late John Ha wkes- 
woith, Esq., of Forest, Queen's Co., and has, with other 
issue, 

* Nathaniel (of Holme, Waveham), a Ma?i«trate for Dorset ; 
6.1840; m. 1864 Laily Selina I.Scott, 5th dau. of John, 
3rd E:irl of Eldon, and has, with other issue, * John Went- 
worth Garneys, b. 18G-5. 

Mr. Bond, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1829), is a Magistrate for Dorset, Bettor of 
Steeple-cum-Tyneham, Prebendary of Salisbury, and 
Rural Dean. This family were settled at Hatch, Beau- 
champ, Somerset, in 1327, and in the Isle of Purbeck 
since 1431. — Creech Grange, Isle of Purbeck, Warcham, 
Dorset. 

+ BOND, Richard, Esq., of Fairy Hall, co. 
Westmeath. 
Son of the late R.Bond, Esq. ; b. 1810. Is a Magist-ato 
for co. Westmeath. — Fairy Hwl, Rathowcn, co. West- 
meath. 

BOND, Thomas, Esq., of Tyneham, Dorsetshire. 
Youngest son of the late Rev. Wjn. Bond, of Tyneham, 
by Jane, only dau. of the late Henry Biggs, Esq., of 
Stockton House, Wilts; b. 1807. Educated at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1829); called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1833; is a Magistrate for Dorset and 
Recorder of Warcham. (See Bond of Grange). — Tyne- 
ham, near Warcham, Dorset ; 0, Charles Street, Berkeley 
S.jnare, w. 

BOND, WiLi-our.HBY, Esq., of Farra, co. Long- 
ford. 

Youiurest son of the late William Bond, Esq., of Farra, 
I by Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Alexander Perry, Esq., of 
i Edgeworth Town. CO. Longford ; h 17;>t> : 1811; <•'. 
1829 Alicia Sidney, only dan. of William Go-selm. 
Esq , of Abbey Dorg, co. Longford, and has issue, 

• .Tamw, a Mntistrntc for CO, Longford, 4. is" ; m. ISfil 
Kmtnn Gcorgl an Charlotte, rtnn. \\ llliatn Hunter, 1.? ].. oi 
Llar.vuir (Jian^e, co. Monmouth, anJ hctl i>-;.e, •awu, h, 
1SU7. 

Mr. Bond is a J.P. and D.L. for Longford (High Sheriff 
1 830). This family were formerly settled in co. London- 
derry, but came originally from Dorset, — Farra, Lciuj. 

j ford. 

BONITAM, Sir GconciE Francis, Bart. (or. 
1852). 

\ Only ion of tho late Sir Samuel Oc.irco Bonham Bati 
(who was formerly Governor of Prince of Wair> t«)«nd, 
siugap'we, Malacca , and Hong-Kong), by Ellen Eniili.i, 
dau. of Thomas Barnard. Esq.. of southwick Crescent, 



Hwle Turk; b. 1817. ... 



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mid Exeter Coil, Oxford, — Adilftti: KNftP CeDty, 
Ojcj'ord. 

BUN HAM. the Rev. J 
KiKhtre. 

Only i«on of the late John BonhftlA, BeQ ,of Dallin> 
tac^nvt [Who WM n Mai "Irate fat Co Kildnre. High 
Hicrlff ISM), by Maignr. t. widow of G*|M CUftOB, 

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of the H.E.T.C'.'s Service; I. 1798; s. 1844; rn. 1827; 
Barbarian, 3rd (Liu. of John Norris, Esq., of Hughenden j 
House, High Wycombe, Bucks, .and has, -with other j 
issue, 

• Francis, Capt. 71st Highlanders ; b. 1831. 

Mr. Bonham, who was educated at Brasenose Coll., | 
Oxford (B.A. 1819, M.A. 1820), is a Magistrate for co. j 
Wieklow. This family is descended from JohnBouham, j 
a Cajit. in the Army, who went over to Ireland with i 
King William III. — BaUiutaggart, Ballitore,co. Kildare. • 

BONIIAM-CARTER, 

(See Car hr of Ad hurst St. Mary's.) 

BOXXOR-MAUKICE. (See Maurice.) 

BOXSALL, John George William, Esq., of; 
Fron fra i tl i , C ar d i ga 1 1 slii re. 
Second son of tlie late Rev. Isaac Bonsall, M.A., Rector i 
Llamyriri, go. Montgomery, by Catherine, dau. of t!ie 
late Rev. John Davies, Rector of Cemmcs, eo. Mont- j 
gomery. Rural Dean ; b. 18.18 ; m. 1803 Frances, dau. 
of the late Joseph Davies, Esq., of Galltylian, co. 
Montgomery, and lias issue, 

• John Joseph, b. 1854. 

Mr. Bonsall, who was educated at Shrewsbury, is a 
Magistrate for co. Cardigan (High Sheriff 18(30). j 
— Fronf ruith, Aberystwith. 

BONSALL, Thomas, Esq., of Glanrheidol, 

Cardiganshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Isaac Bonsall, Rector of! 
Llanwrin (who d. 1801), by Catharine, dau. of the late i 
Rev. John Davies, Rector of Cemmes ; b. 1813; m. T&vtl j 
Marv, dau. of James Hughes, Esq., of Glanrheidol, 1 
and has, with other issue, 

« Thomas William, b. 1851, 
Mr. Bonsall, who was educated at Shrewsbury and ; 
Jtsus Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Cardigan. 
— Glanrheidol, Ab; rtJstwUh. 

BONTIXE, William CtTWixGHAME GRAHAM-, 
Esq., of Al'doch, Dumbartonshire, and 
Gartmore, Perthshire. 
Eldest son of the laic Robert Cun^inghame dinning- 1 
hame-Graham, Esq., of Ga'rtlltorc and Einbiystonc 
(who was a Magistrate and Viee-I.iiait. of en. Dum- 
barton), by Frances 1 aura, dau of Archibald Speirs, 
Esq., of Elders! ic ; h. 1825; s. to the estate of Auloeh 
1815, and of Gnrttnore 1803; m. 1H51 Anne 'Elizabeth, 
dau. of the Info Admiral tin- Hem. C. IfllphihstoilO- 
Fletniiig, nrd has, with other issuer 

• Robert, 6. 18712: 

Mr. Bunt I no is a .1.1'. ami D.L. fur co. Dumbarton, n 
DoivXieut) for co. Stirling, owl Lord of the Baronies 
of Ardoeh and (iartmore. This family is dcNCi'ltded 
from the Earls of Mcnteith and Oleiicnrnc- Arttnrli, 

Cardros.*, Dtnidiurlt ii.dnrc ; GartfliOl'C House, Stirling; 

Finltty stone, IhtrMG/ctti/oai, A.7A .• lirooks'a Chth, s.w. 

BOOKER. C8*'« tf«wfc»0 

BOOKER, Thomas Witt.iAM, E-., , of VeUmlrn 
House, UUiruorgniisliiro. 
Second but elde-l HiifvivinR oi' the late Thomas 
William Book. r, Es | . M.I'. tr#t*t. ikvttM (*!««»• 
mimed, in I8ufl, the mid if ioltal nlime of Utnkeinore, 
after his unrlc, Kiel. ard UlakHituri*, E«.|., of The I.i y, 
wmetitno M.l\ for V. it-, and it IK-Vm, ty .!»«<♦ Vftne, 
onlv dau. of tlie l.ito John Oifhlnti, E~|.: h. lH3llj t. 
hi»" brother 18(11: ,<>. lK'H < nMliue Emily, yotintfr*! 
dau. of ili'- I/iie Eolcrt Lilfltny, of Chmiiaifon« M 
Glamorgan, and im* iituii 

• Fiier itii", linr-. 

Mr. Boolii'f i* •> i i' in»l t' I« for . " CVlnmnrgnn til i . - 1 > 

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Sheriff 1S05V This family are large Coal and Iron 
Masters in South Wales. — Vellndra Ho-jse, Cardiff, 
Glamorganshire. 

BOOKEY, Thomas Poer Trench, Esq., of 
Doning-n, co. Kilkenny. 

EMe~t son of the late Thomas T. Enokey, Esq.. of 
Doninga, by Elorinda, dau. of the Most Rev. Dr. 
Power Le Poer Trench, late Archbishop of Tuam ; I. 
1819; s. 18.33; m. 1804 Frances, youngest dau. of 
Harvey de Montmorency, Esq., of Castle Morres. eo. 
Kilkenny. Educated at -Rugby and Exeter Coll.. Ox- 
ford : is a Magistrate for cos. Kilkenny and Carlow. 
and Capt. Kilkenny Fusiliers. — Dqninga,-Gbresbri -v. 
liac/nahlomi, co. KiUccwny ; Kiidare Street Club, 
If lib! in. 

BOOTH, Sir Robert G03E-, Bart., of Lis- 
sadel, co. Sligo (cr. 1700). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Robert Neweomen, B:irt., of 
Lissadel ( who assumed the name of Booth I, b} - Hannah, 
dau. of Henry Irwin, Esq.. of Streamstown, co. Sli^o, 
and Ray, co. Donegal; 6. 1805 ; s. as 4th Bart. 1814 ; 
m. 1st 1827 the Hon. Caroline, dau. of 1st Viscount 
Lorton ; 2nd 1830 Caroline Susan, dau. of Thomas 
Goold. Esq. (d.) Educated at Westminster and Queen's 
Coll.. Cambridge (M.A. 1820), and admitted M.A. of 
Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Sligo 
(High Sheriff 1 S :i l, and Patron of 2 livings ; has been 
M. P. for co. Sligo since 1800. — Lissadel and Earsficld. 
co. Sligo ; Car/ton Club, s.tv. ; 7, Buckingham Gate, s.w. 

Weir, hi* son Henry "William, b. I S 13 ; m. 1867 Geircrioa Mary, 
only dau. of tlie late Col. Ctiarks John Hill. 

BOOTH, Sir Williamson-, Bart., of Paxion 

Park, Hunts (cr. 1834). 
Eldest son of tho late William Booth. Esq., of Rovdon 
Hall, Essex (who </. 1834), by Mary. dau. of John 
Williamson, Esq. ; h. 180-3 ; his uncle under a special 
remainder 18.30. Educated at Eton ; is a Dep.-Lieut. 
for Hunts; was High Sheriff of cos. Cambridge and 
Hunts 1855. — Pax/on Park, St. Xcols ; 17, New Bond 
Street, vr. 

lt. tr Pres., bis brother Charles, b. 1808. 

BOOTH. Charles, Esq., of Nethcrfield House, 
Herts. 

Eldest son of the late William Booth. Esq , by Mary, 
dau. of John Williamson, Esq., of Letchwortn ; b. 1812. 
Is a J.P. and D.l, for Dm* (on tho roll for High 
Sh«-riff lB0H).- T Xe4 hrrfieltl /louse. Hare,- Windham 
Liu!., s.w. ; G7, Lower Brook Slrot, w. 

+ BOOTH, George, Esq., of Laragh, co. 
\\ icklow. 

Shi of the lute W. Booth. Esq. Is a Magistrate for 
co. \\ icklow,— Laragh, Annamoe, Nctctnn-MoHHtktniudir, 
co. U icfu'oio. 

HOOTH, RicttARDi Esq., of Glendon Hall, 
Norl liainptoiifliiit!, 
Only »on of tin- late John Booth, K»\.. D.I,., of Oleudon 
lldl (\\h<i was ttigli sii.ritl ot co. Kortbamptoo in 

I HISi. by Augusta. yiUIQffrst dau. of the late ^,r RichiH 
lh< Cnjicll Urookp, Hart,, of Oakhy Hall, co. North- 
ninptna; h. 183; ; 1,838; m, I {SCO Marrraret Home, 
iliiu. nf J. (iilis,,n Rpcvcfi, 1'. q, of Mosefry, 00. Wor> 
n»ter, noil !ia». with Other issue, 

• l. -' rrt RuQ|« tr.»ike,/>. lsii'J. 
Mr. Ilmth, who clncatr-l at MiirU-orouL'h Coll. 
.a I at E\< ler Coll., t.».\f>-nl . i- Lorvl of the Manor of 
(ilcmlou t no r. presents a br.ineli of the Booth* of 
Hunlmm Ma»»oy. all.i«nnK 1 irl« of Warriogton anl 
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4 HOOTH, Thomas, Esq., of Skeudleby, Liu- 
ruin-lure. 

- n of the Into T. Booth, Esq. ; b. 18 — . Is a Magis- 
tr for co. Lincoln ; he purchased the above property 

: in the executors of the late Sir E. Bracken bury, of! 
; dleby, 1804. This family is descended from a 
a'Vmon ancestor with the Booths of Olcndon Hall, co. j 
Northampton. — Skendleby, Sjiilsby. 

MOOTII, the Rev. Thomas Willixgham, of 
Friskney, Lincolnshire. 
Only son of the late John Booth, Esq., J. P. for the 
Parts of Lindsey, co. Lincoln, by Hannah, dan. of. 
Willinghani Franklin, Esq.; b. 1806; m. 1S34 Mary : 
Anne, only child of William Pacey, Esq., and has, with - 
other issue, 

• Thoma«, educated at Eton. B.A. of University Coll., Ox- i 
ford, a Magistrate for co. Lincoln, late Lieut. -Hh Dragoon 
Guards; b. 16-34 ; m. 18(14 Mary, 2nd dau. of John Osborne, 
Esq., Q.C. 

Mr. Booth, who was educated at Westminster and j 
Hrasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1828 1, is a Magistrate! 
for co. Lincoln, a Rural Dean, and Patron of 1 living 

— {•'rUJcney, Boston, Lincolnshire ; Oxford and Cum- 
bridge Club, s.w. 



dau. of William Wymnad, Esq.. of Trosuu .rur> ■ '. : •• ■ . • 
Si I860; m. 1854 ilary, dau. of tho Iter. M 
Nowell Peters, M.A., Vicar of Madron and M | 
Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; is a M. i 
for Cornwall, Capt. in the Miners' Artillery 
and represents an anc ent Cornish family. — t.> . 
Horneck, Penzance, Cornwall. 

Heir' Pres., his brother George, Commaudpr P..X. -, h. •--.] . 
m. 1807 Marian, youngest oau. of the la:e William tadv" 
Esq., of Campsbuurne, Horiisey. 



BORLASE - WARREN 
NON. (.See Vernon.) 



VENABLES - VEH- 



B0OTH. (See Selater-Booth.) 

HOOTIIBY, Sir Brooke, Bart. (er. 1041)4 
Eldest son of the Into Rev. Sir Brooke William Robert 
Boothby; Bart., by Martha Serenna, dau. of the Rev. 
Charlca Boothby, Vicar of Sutterton, co. Lincoln ; b. 
1S0(>; «. as 11th Bart. 1865. This family is one of 
1 1 io few of undoubted Saxon origin, as is proved by 
D.ugdale and Camden. 

Hiir Pres., his brother Charles Francis, 6. 1858. 

1500T1IBY, Charles Edward. Esq. 

Son of tho late Rev. Brooke Boothby (2nd son of Sir 
W. Boothby, 8th Bart,, of Broad low Ash, co. Derby"), 
by Louisa Henrietta, dan. of Henry, 3rd Lord Vernon ; 
ft. lS'Ji) ; ra. 1853 the lion. Georgiuna Mary (only dau. 
of Edward, 3rd Lord Sufiield, by his 1st wife Georgiana, 
only child of George, '2nd Lord Vernon 1, widow of G. 
L. Anson, Esq., and formerlv Bedehambeivvt'oman to 
the Queen. Educated at tho Charterhouse and at the 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich ; is Axe-bearer of 
lb r Majesty's Forest of Necdwood, Duchy of Lancaster ; 
n Magistrate for cos. Stafford and Derby, a Commis- 
sioner of Taxes, and Capt. 2nd Derbyshire Utile 
Volunteers; was formerly a Clerk in the Privy Council 
"Dice, and Private Secretary to the late Marqitis of 
I.-iii-downa mid BJarl Granville- 18ol-8.- The AVw 
/".'■/<-, Nevdwood forest, Burton-on- Trent : Traveller*' 
< 'lib, s. W . 

Unit, Edward John, Esq., of Ballindblan, co. 
Kildare. 

f"'on of the laic Humphrey Bor, Esq., of Bnllindolan 
(wjlO </. 18;)li), by Jane, eldest dau. of Edward .1. 

Briscoe, Esq., of Uirerdulet co. Wcstmenth; b, 1818; 
'« In 11 Churl. .tie Margaret, dau, uf William Hopkins, 
l"'»q.i J.P., of Ifniynu, co. Mcutlt, nod has, with other 
i»-lle, 

* Huinplirrv, ft. 1818. 

Mr. Lloi is „ Magistrate forco, Kildare and King's Co, 
(High Sheriff I860).— Dal/indotax, f&lcnderry. 

NORt.ARE, John, E«q . o£ Castle Kornock and 
lVmlwn, ( lovnwn.il. 
Jjlhn »nuofthe lata. Snmua] reflate, Ban., of Cuatla 
•rnwk mi ! Pendnen, l»y hii 1st wife CofuliM Borlase, 



BOROUGH, Sir Edward Richard, Bart (cr 
1813). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Richard Borourrh, Bart., 
by Anna Maria, dau. of Erancis Gerard, 1st Viscour.t 
Lake; b. 1800; s. as 2nd Bart. 1837; m. 1831 Laiv 
Elizabeth, dau. of William, 2nd Earl of Ilowth ( she d. 
1SG3). Educated at Westminster and Ch. Ch.. Oxford : 
is a J.P. and D.L. for the City of Dublin, a Magistrate 
for co. Dublin, and a partner in the house of Borough. 
Armit. and Co., Army Agents in Dublin ; late Ma 'or:n 
the Eojal Dublin City Militia. This family is of 
French Huguenot extraction. — Glcnavccna, Houth, co. 
Bab'in; 4, Nassau Street, Dublin. 



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BOROUGH, John Chaeles Burton, E>q., of 
Cketwynd Park, aud Eilgmoud House, 
Shropshire. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Borouch, Esq., of 
Hulland, co. Derby, by Jane. dau. of William Smith- 
son, Esq., of Heath, co. York; /'. 1810; s. 1838; r,i. 
1848 Elizabeth Charlotte, dau. of Vice-Admiral 
Roberts Gawen, and has, with other issue, 

» John Sidney Burton, 6. 1852. 
Mr. Borough, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford (B.A. 1832), is a Magistrate for co. Stafford, 
and a J.P. and D.L. for CO. Salop (High Sheriff 
1844); Lieut. S.Salopian Yeomanry Cavalry; Lord 
of the Manor of Edgmond, and Patron of :> living. 

, This family were formerly settled at Hulland 11. ,11. 
Derbyshire, where resided John Borough or Borrow, 

j High Sheriff of that county ii) 1688. — Vhctvynd ftiri; 
Newport, Shropshire; Hulland Hall, &thbourne, Dcr',y- 

j shire ; Carlton Clab, s.w. 

iBORRER, the Rev. Carf.y Hampton, of Pukytis 
Manor) Sussex. 

I Only son if the late Nathaniel BorTer, Esq., of Pakvns 
I Manor (who was a Magistrate for Sussex)) bv his 1st 
wife Mary Anne, dau. of Kiehard \\ 'cokes." Esq., of 
Malts. Sussex! b. 1814; *. 1863; m. 1837 Elizabeth. 
I dau. of Janu s Orr, Esq., of Hulywood House, Co. Dow n, 
and has, with olln r issue, 

• fun Hamilton, educated at Eton; iater»rt. Both Rlflet : 
ft. 1838, 

Mr. BorTer, who was educated at Eton and Oriel Coll.. 
I Oxford (li.A. ISW. MA. 18IO), ia n 0.nnmis>i.»nor of 
Tuxes for Sussex, Itrctor of Ilurstpicrpoiat, n Sufm^ata 
and liurnl Duan, and L'ntron of 1 living. Thi« family 
has been for several centuries sattiod in Sussex 
— PakyHt Manor, ll'inljiu rjnj.nl, SitetU, 

BORRER, Clifford Fo&tcaccs, Em^ ofP»ck- 
well, Siism x. 

Second son .>! the lb v. (''lire It. IV rrt-r (trbOBi 'cr 
b. 1H41 , in. I SOU Chri-tinn Sophia, d.m of 

Charles K. E. si li. Id, Kaq .MP. ..f the Qvieeo'i V\r\. 
Brighton, Mr. QorrcT was educntil at L on ; wan 
formerly in the lint h Hub «_;•,, ;,, r ;,\ t „ ; . 
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BOBBEB, Hexry Hall, Esq., of Ports] adc j 
Manor, Sussex. 
Son of the late John Borrer, Esq., of Pakyns Manor i 
(who was a Magistrate for Sussex), by his 3rd wife j 
Sarah Anne, rlau. of Nathaniel II, ill, E^q., of New Hall ; 
b. 1822 ; s. I8G6. Is Lord of the Manor of Portslade. j 
— Portslade Manor, Brighton. 

+ BOBBEB, William, Esq., of Barrow Hill, j 
Sussex. 

Eldest son of the late William Borrer, Esq., F.R.S., 
of Barrow Hill, by Elizabeth, dan. of Nathaniel Hall, j 
Esq., of New Hall, Hcnrield ; 4. 1814; s. 1SG1 ; in. 
1840 Margaret, dau. of the late John Hamlin Borrer, 
Esq., of Brighton ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Sussex. 
— Barrow Hill, Hatfield, Sussex ; Cow-field, Horsham. 

BORBETT, Thomas, Esq., of Crahsford Hall, 
Suffolk. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Giles Borrctt, Esq., of 
Great Yarmouth, by Eliza, dau. of Thomas Dade, 
Esq., and niece of the Very ReV. Dr. Joseph Turner, 
Dean of Norwich, and Master of Pembroke Coll., Cam- 
bridge ; 4.1810; m. 1st 183G Laurie Maria Lore, only 
child of Sir George L. Tut hill, Knt., M.D., of Caven- 
dish Square, London; 2nd 18G4 Catherine, dau. of 
Major Alexander Orme ; he has issue by the former, 

• George Tuthill, educated nt Eton and King's Coll.. Cam- 
bridge; 6. 18oS; m. 18t>7 Ellen, 2nd duu.ot George Holmes, 
Esq., of Brooke, Norfolk. 

This family descend from II. Borrett, one of the 
Masters in Chancery temp. Elizabeth. They still pos- 
sess estates at Stradbroke, Suflolk, which they have 
inherited ia lineal descent from their ancestor, whose 
name is found in the Battle Abbey Roll. — Crans/ord 
Hall, Wcodb. id^e ; 15, Brgans.'on Square, w. 

BOBBOWES, Sir Erasmus Dixon-, Bart., of 
Gilltown, co. Kildare (cr. 1645). 
Eldest son of the lato Rev. Sir Erasmus Dixon Bor- 
rowes, Burt.., of Lauraph, by Harriet, dau. of the late 
Henry Hamilton, Esq., ot' Ballymacoll, co. Mcath ; 
b. 1831 ; s. as 9th Bart. 1800 : m. 1'851, Frederica, dau. 
of Brigadier-General CJeorcre Hutchinson. Is a Maais- 
trafe for co. Kildare, a .Major in the Army retired, late 
of the 80th Foot, and Adjutant of Kith Depot Battalion. 
— Barrctstoan Castle, Ball 'g more Eustace, Ninas, co. 
Kddare. 

Heir, liia son Kildare, b. 185'.'. 

BORBOWFS, Robert Htoatsrsos, Esq., of 
Gilltown, oo. jvildnre. 
Eldest pun of the late Robert Borrowes, Esq., of Gill- 
town, by Charlotte, dnu. of Col. Mad. leu, of ITatton 
Park, co. Cavati j It. 182(i; 18..I) ; m. 1 SiV.t the 
Hon. Louisa Katherino, 3rd dau. of John Cavendish 
3rd Lord Ivilmaino, Is a "Masistrate tor co. Kildare 
(High Sherifl' 1 8fl8> ; late Major Kildare Rifles; 
formerly dpt. 13th I. edit Dragoons. This family is 

descended from the ancient hottee of Do Uurgh, who 
Fettled in Ireland a.i>. 1.">GI. — Cnlltowu, BranoTtown, 
Newbridge, co. Kildare; Arthur's L'/uh, s.w. 

BORTHW1CK, John, Esq., ofCrookston,Mid. 
lotbian. 

Eldest son of the late John Borthwirk. Em . of Crook 
Iton, by Anne, dau. of llolwrt Ihttida*, Km,, of Ar 
niston ; b. 1825; *. 18.10; m. 1854 El un lath Muion, 
dan. of Vi. ('.Admiral l'ritulr. of ToNVOixtlee, co 
Selkirk. Educated at Edinburgh ; is a Magistrate for 
Midlothian. This family in the nearest male re- 

preiontntive of Bon hw irk, Lords of Borthwiok, in tin 

anrient PefPngT of ScOthtnn, as dtcMfd by the HoVIM 

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of Lords a.d. 1814. — CrookUon, Edinburgh; Tor. 
woodlee, Galmhitls, S.B. 

BOBTHYTICK, Lewis, Esq., of Springwoo.1 
Park, Midlothian. 
Son of the late John Borthwick, Esq., of Crookston 
(who d. 1830), by Grace, dau. of George Adinston, 
Esq., of Carcant, Midlothian; b. 1801 ; m. 1843 Sus 
2nd dau. of John Westprarth, Esq. Is a Magistrate for 
co. Edinburgh, and a "Writer to the Signet. Repr. sent - 
a younger branch of the Borthwicks of Borthwick. 
— Springwood Park, Libe< ton, Edinburgh, X.B. 

BOBTOX, the Ber. William Key. 

Eldest son of William Borton, Esq., by Alice, dau. of 
William Key, Esq., of Muslcy Bank, near Malton, 
Yorkshire; b. 1806; 'in. 18o2 Jessie, youngest dau. of 
S. Phillips, Esq., of Garrick's Villa, Hampton, Mid- 
dlesex, and has issue, 

* Silvanus Key, b. 1853. 

Mr. Borton, who was educated at Repton and St. 
Catherine Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1S29, M.A. 1831), is 
a Magistrate for Essex; appointed Bector of Wickham 
St. Paul's 1835, and Rural Dean of Halstead 1845. 
— Wickham St. Pauls, Halstead, Essex; University 
Club, s.w. 

BOSANQUET, Augustus Henry, Esq., of 
Osidge, Herts. 
Second son of the late William Bosanquet, Esq., Banker, 
of Loudon, by Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of John Ives. 
Esq., of Norwich; b. 1792; m. 182.5 Louisa, dau. of 
the late David Bevan, Esq., of Fosbury, Wilts, and 
has, with other issue, 

* Arthur, 6. 1828 ; m. 1861 Isabella, dau. of Col. Crawford, and 
has issue, 'Arthur, b. 18t>2. 

Mr. Bosanquet, who was educated at Harrow and 
Haileybury Coll., was several years in the East India 
Co.'s Civil Service, but retired invalided in 1 S 1 6 from 
injuries received in an insurrection at Bareillv. This 
family is a younger branch of the Bosanqucts of Din- 
astow. — Osidge, East Bamet, Hirts. 

BOSAXQUET, Bear- Admiral Charles John, 
of Wildwood, Middlesex. 
Fifth son of the late Samuel Bosanquet, Esq., of Din- 
astow Court, co. Monmouth, by Let it ia Philippe, dau. 
of the lato James Whatman, Esq., of Vinters, Kent ; 
b. 1807; TO. 1832 his cousin Charlotte Eliza, youngest 
dau. of the late Jacob Bosanquet, Esq., of Broxbourne- 
bury, Dirts, and has issue, 

• Henrietta, ro. Col, Piton, Tt.A.., V.C.J nn1 Amelia, m to 
her roUsht, the Rev. ClRU le Brwmqiict, Yiear of HocitCtt cr. 
and has Issue, * Claude diaries COamhOpe, 6. 1862. 

Admiral Bosanquet. who entered the Royal Navy in 
1821, is n Magistrate for Middlesex and West minster, 
a lu ir-Admiral R.X., and a Knight Commander of 
the Order of Christo.— H'i7r/ucW, EntitlJ, Middlesex . 
I'.oUd Srrcicc Club, s.w. ; 22, Portland Place, w. 

IIOSAXQEET, James Whatman, Esq. of Clavs- 
more, Middlesex. 

Second eon of the late Samuel Bosanquet, E<q., of 
Diiustow Court, co. .Monmouth (who d. 184.1 '. by 
I/rtitia Phuippn, TOungttt dau. of the late Jann « 
Whatman, Esq., of Vinters. Kent: b. 1803: M, M 
1810 M-rrlini, only dau. of the Into Right lion. SlI 
Nii'hntni C. Tinda'l j .2nd lS.'.t France- (,,-,< ,:i.in« 
Khziihi th, eldest dan. of the late Luil John Somerse t 
(tdic./. 18(52); 3rd 1604 Rmilv Dorothv, rid.-i dau. ot 
the late .Fame* Bo«t, Esq.. of Park mUm, Bojtlcgr, 
Kent; he Una i*-uc, by his 1st wife, 

• IVrimrd Tln.Ul. b. 1st?. 

Mr. Bo.nnqurt. who was pduontrd at WMM |VM 



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S.-hool, is a Magistrate for Middlesex, a Commissioner 
ol Lieutenancy fur the City of Loudon, and a Banker in 
London. — Claysmore, Enfield, Middles.x. 

BOSANQUET, Richard Godfrey, Esq., of Ben- 
hr.m Park, Berks. 
Second son of tho late Jacob B'jsanquet, Esq., of Brox- 
bournebury, Herts, by Henrietta, dau. of Sir George 
Armytage, of Kirklees, co. York; b. 1793; m. 1852 
Grace Isabella, dau. of William Browne, Esq., of 
Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, and grand-dau. of .John, 
1st Earl of Norbury. Educated at Sullbury and West- 
minster. Descended from David Bosanquet, who left 
bis native country, Lunel, in Languedoque, at the 
Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. — Ben ham Park, 
Kevcbury, Berks ; 1, Bryaaston Place, w. 



BOSCAWEN, the Hon. and Rev. Jous Town*. 

HEND. 

Second son of the late Hon. and Rev. John Evelyn 
Boscawen. by Catherine Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Ar:h"i.r 
Annesley, Esq., of Blechingdon Park, Oxon. and broi 
of Evelyn, 6th Viscount Falmouth; b. 1820.; m. \b ,\ 
Mary, youngest dau. of the late John H. Tremayne, 
Esq., of Heligafl, Cornwall, and has issue, 

* John Hugh, 6. 3851. 

Mr. Boscawen, who was educated at Eton and Mag- 
dalen Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1842, M.A. 18.32), and 
appointed Hector of L^morran 1842, is a Magistrate 
for Cornwall. — Lamorran Rectory, Probv.s, Cornwall. 

BOSCAWEN. (See under Falmouth, Viscount.) 



BOSANQUET, the Rev. Robert William, of 
Rock, Northumberland. 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late Charles 
Bosanquet, Esq., of Rock (who was High Sheriff of 
Northumberland in 1828), by Charlotte Anne, dau. of 
the late Peter Holford, Esq., of Westonbirt, co. Glou- 
cester, b. 1800 ; s. 18-30 ; m. 1st 1834 Frances, 4th dau. j 
of the late Henry Percy Pulleine, Esq., of Crake Hall, 
co. York; 2nd 1838 Caroline, dau. of Day Hort Mac- 
dowall, Esq., of Castle Semple and Walkinshaw, N.B., 
and has, with other issue, 

• Charles Bertie Pulleine, 6. 1834 ; m. 1802 Eliza Dabolla, 
dau. of Ralph Carr, Esq., of Hedgeley (whom see), and has 
issue, two daughters. 

Mr. Bosanquet, who was educated at Harrow and Balliol 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1821, M.A. 1829), and was formerly 
Rector of Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, is a Magistrate for * 
Northumberland. — Rock, Alnwick. 

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BOSANQUET, Samuel Richard, Esq., of Dinas- 
tow Court, Monmouthshire. 
Eldest son of the late Samuel Bosanquet, Esq., of 
Dinastow Court, by Lpetitia Philippa, dau. of the late j 
James Whatman, Esq., of Vinters, Kent ; b. 1800 ; I 
«. 1813; m. 1830 Emily, dau. of George Court hope, | 
Esq., of Whiligh, Sussex, and has, with other issue, a 

ton, 

• Samuel Courthope, M.A., of tVonastow Court, Monmouth 
a Magistrate for co. Monmouth, b. 1832 ; m. 18U2 Mary, 
2nd dau. of the late John Arkuvight, Esq., of Hampton J 
Court, co. Hereford, and has issue. 

Mr. Bosanquet, who was educated at Eton and Ch. I 
Oh., Oxford (B.A. 1822, M.A. 1824V, called to the Bur 
lit tho Inner Temple 182G, is a J.P. Mid D.L. and 
Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for co. Monmouth. 
This family weic nol le in I'' ranee, and came to England 
as Huguenots, alter the Revocation of the Edict of| 
Nantes in lGBo. — Dinastow Court, Monmouth; Forest] 
House, Kpjjing, Essex. 

BOSANQUET, William Henry Francis, Esq., 
of Knockano Lodere and Kilmngomogue, 
co. Waterford. 
Third son of tho late Samuel Bosanquet, Esq., of I 
l>inustow Court, co. Monmouth, bj Let ilia Philippa, 
dau. of tho late James Whatman, Esq., of \ inters, 
Kent; b. 1805; m. 18G1 Amelia Mary (i orgiana, 
eldest dau. and co-heir of tho late John Sherlock, Esq., 
of Kilmugemogue House, co. YVatcrlord, and has issue, 

• John Bernard Alexander, f>. 18S3i 

Mr. liosunouct, who Was educated a' Westminster, and 

railed to tho Bar at the Inner Temple in 1830, is a 

Magistrate tor co. W&terfbrd, — Knockant Lodg$, Wr/- 

tm>, co. Wabrford. 

> l< ts A N'QUET. (Sec Smith- r. utnquet.) 



BOSTOCK, Miss, of Cliff Park, Staffordshire. 
Fanny, only dau. of the lute James Bostock, Esq., of 
Barnslee, Horton, near Leek, .co. Stafford, by Ann, 3rd 
dau. of Edward Gee, Esq.. of Hulmwalltield, near Gjii- 
glet.on,co. Chester; s. 1831. This family was formerly 
seated at Bostock Hall, co. Chester. — Clijf Park. Hor.o i. 
Leek. 

BOSTON, Lord (George Ives Ibbt).— Cr. 1761. 

Eldest son of George, 3rd Lord, by Rachel, eldest dau. 
of the late William Drake, Esq., of Amersham, Bucks ; 
b. 1802; s. 185G; m. 1830 Eanny, dau. of the lato 
William Hopkyns Northey, Esq., of Oving House. Burks 
(she <J. 1800) ; 2nd 18G1 the Hon. Caroline Am I a. 
eldestdau.of John, 3rd Lord De Saumarez. Educatedat 
Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1824 ) ; is a J.P. 
and D.L. for Bucks; was formerly an Attache in tiie 
Diplomatic Service. Patron of 4 livings, and alternate 
Patron of 2 others. — Hidsor, Maidenhead; Lhmidan 
and Porthamel, Ancjlcsca ; Athcntsum and Carlton CL is, 
s.w. ; 4, Bel grave Square, s-.w. 

Heir, his son Floranee George Henry, of Taplow Grange ; 
C'apt. Bucks Militia, Magistrate for Buck;, and a J.P. an 1 
D.L. for Auglesua (Hig.i sheriff 18fio); 6. 13J7 : in. 1$&9 
the Hon. Augusta Caroline. '2nd dau. of John, 3rd Lord De 
Saumarez, aud has, with other issue, "George Florence, 0. 
18G0. 

+ BOS VILE, Thomas Bosvile, Esq., of Raven- 
field Park, Yorkshire. 
Son of the late Robert. Newton L' C. Esq.. of Coldrey, 
Hants, bv Harriet Elizabeth, dau. of the Kev. Joseph 
W.irton.'D D . Head Master of Winchester Coll. j h. 
1706; s. 1H2!> his kinsman, the late Col. Thomas J. 
Bo-vile, of tho Life Guards, whose name he assumed by 
Royal licence; m. 1829 Emma, dan. of W. Jackson, 
Esq., and widow of S. Petrie, Esq. (she d. 1R65). Is a 
J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire; Lord 
of the M inor of Ravenfield, ami Patron of that living. 
— Ravcnjivld r<trk, Rothcrham, Yorkshire. 

BOSWALL, Sir George AcoraTUs Frederick 
HOUSTON-. Bart., of Blackadder, Ber- 
wickshire (cr. L830)> 
Elder son of the late General Sir Wm. tlouston, Bart., 

G.C.U., of Allanhank. co. Berwick, bv Lady Juno, dan. 
of James. 7th Karl of Lauderdale; h. lM'i' ; s. as 2nd 
Bart. 1842 1 »'• 1 H 1 7 Euphtmia, dau. of Thorns* Bos- 
wall, Esq., of Blackadder, whnsa name ho has assumed, 
Is a J.T. and 1>L. for 60 Berwick, sad a Col. un- 
nttnehed ; was formerly Liiut.-Col Ore n.-Jicr Quarda, 
This family descend from a common anossbir with tho 
Uoustouna of lloustonn, co, Rtureuv— LtucKadw r and 
Allanbank, n< ar ChirntUe, lit ru u-kshire ; TravclUr*' 
Club, s.w. ; 1, Rtymt Stnct. s.w. 

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BOS WELL, Lady, of Auchinleck, Ayrshire. 
Jessie Jemima, eldest dau. of the late Sir James 
Montgomery Cunningham, Burt., by Jes'sie, dau. of 
Thomas Cumming, E-q.. Banker, of Edinburgh ; m. 
1830 Sir James Boswcll, Bart, (son of the late Sir 
Alexander .Bos well, Bart., of Aucliinleck), who d. 18o7, j 
leaving issue, 

* Julia ami Emily. 
— AuchtuUek House, MaucMine, Ayrshire, N.B. 

BOSWORTH, William, Esq., of Charley, 
Leicestershire. 
Only son of the late Rev. William Bosworth, of Charley, 
by Eliza, dau. of William Smith, Esq., Banker, of 
Birmingham; />. 1811; s. ISot ; m. 18*7 Sophia, <lau. 
of Henry Nugent Bell, Esq., of Bellevue, eo. Fermanagh. 
Mr. Bosworth, who 'was educated at Queen's Coll., Cam- 
bridge, is a Magistrate for cp, Leicester (High Sheriff 
18o9i, and Lord of the Manor of Charley.— Charlvg, 
Lovghboroiujh, Li ict stcrskire. 

BOTELER, Richard, Esq., of Eastry, Kent.* 

. Eldest surviving son of the late William Fuller Boteler, 
Esq., of Eastry, Q.C., Recorder of Canterbury (who 
d. 18io), by Charlotte, dau. of the late James Leigh 
Joynes, Esq., of Mount Pleasant, Graveseud, Kent ; 
b. 1821 ; s. his brother 18G7. Edueatod at Eton and 
St. John's, Cambridge (B.A. 1843), and at Petcr'nouse, 
Cambridge (M.A. 184G). The family of Boteler has 
been for centuries resident at Eastry and its neighbour- 
hood, in Kent. — Brook Street', Eastry, Satodviich, Kent. 

-f- BOTELER- CA SBERD, Lieut. William Jons, 
of Taplow, Bucks. 
Only son of the la'e John LTarvey Boteler, Esq. 
(Commander R.N.), by Helen Agnes, 5t!) dau. of the 
late James AVest, Esq., of Bryanstone Square; I si.' ; 
is a Lieut. R.N., on board II.M.S. 'Britannia.' He as- 
sumed the additional name of Casberd 18(17 on S. to 
the property of his uncle, the late Kev. J. T. Ciisberd, 
D.C.L., Prebendary of Wells. — Twplow, Maidenhead. 

BOTFIELD, of Norton Hall. (See Seymour.) 

BOTFIELD. (See Gamctt-Botjield.) 

+ BOTT, John, Esq., of Coton Hall, Stafford- 
shire. 

Son of the late J.Bott. Esq.; m. Susannah Maria, younger 
dau. of the late Major John A I'd en. Is a Magistrate lor 
eo. 1) rby, and ,1.1'. ami I.),L. for Co. StalVord.-— Cototl 

Hall, near Burton-on-Trent. 
BOUCHARD, Mrs., of Pax Hill Lurk, Sussex. 

Jane Mary, ci.br dan. of the late William Hoard 

Edward Gibbs Crawford, Enrj,, of Pus Hill Park; hi, 
1st lS.j- Aithur William Watsoji Smith, Esq. (who rl. 
1861); '-'ad iMl'i Rmile Eugene Onsimir Bouchard, mi 
Officer in the French Ein^rror'A 1 < >■ It Hussars. The 
family of Uoftrt), or Boldl', have held the I'.ix Hill 
estate since the Kith century, and tlic man-. do woe 
built by Sir Nihinn Horde.— PiiX Hill Park. Ciu k •>'• './. 

Heir A.M., l)fr iNtcr I.nitri Emily, tSttil Arlli.ir llcnr) 

II'Kenna, o( sumnutr 1 1 ill , Dublin. 

BOUCHER, the R<?v, Hexry, of Tliomhill 

House, Dorsetshire. 
Eldest surviving son uf the late \\ illinm Bon hi p, I q , 
of Thornhill rluHBti and fomtcrly of tie Cl<wii ul 
Salisbury (who wns a MnglM rate lor Wills and Dol -t I I ; 
h. 1707; .i. I s;ic ; mi, lUiiii Franca, younguat dttUi of 
thn late Rev. Julias Drake Urockmun, R otorol Chcri* 
t-m. Educated ul Wadham Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1810, 



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M.A. 1821); is a Magistrate for Dorset, and Lord of 
the Manor of Thonihill ; was Vicar of Hilton, Burs. t. 
1822-38. This family (some members of which spell 
their name also Boucliier) have been seated for half a 
century at Thornhill House, once the residence of the 
einineut painter. S.r J. Taoruhill, who rebuilt the pre- 
sent mansion in the reign of George II. — Thoruhul 
House, Sialbridge, Blaiidford. 

BOUCHER, James George, Esq., of Heather- 
den House, Sussex. 
Eldest son of the late James George Boucher, Esq. 
(who d. 18.31), by Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Welland, 
Esq., of Lympstone, Devon; b. 181- ; m. ISIS Char- 
lotte, dau. of the Rev. James Bush, of Dalehead Hal!, 
Cumberland, and has issue, 

* Four sons and two daughters. 

Mr. Boucher, who was educated at Harrow, is a Magis- 
trate for Sussex. Tiiis family is connected with the 
Bouchers of Wiltshire, and descends from Peter Pett, 
who lived temp. Elizabeth. The father of the present 
owner assumed the name of Boucher in lieu of Crabb, 
under the will of his uncle Richard Boucher, of Jamaica. 
— Hcatherden House, Waldron, Hurstgreen. 

BOUCHERETT, Hexry Robert, Esq., of Wil- 
lingham, Hall, Lincolnshire. 
Second son of the late Ayscoghe Boucherett, Esq., of 
Willingharn and Sfallingborough, by Louisa, dau. of 
the late Frederick Pigou, Esq., of Hill Street, London ; 
li. 1818; s. 18.37. Educated at Eton; is a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Lincoln (High Sheriff 1366), and Patron of 
1 living; was formerly in the 17th Lancers. This 
family is of French extraction. — Willingkum Hail, 
Market Ruiscn ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BOUCHIER, Jonx, Esq., of Baggotstown, co. 
Limerick. 

Only son of the late John Bouohier, Esq., of Baguots- 
town, by Charlotte, dau. of William Chadwick, Esq.. of 
Ealliti.ird, co. Tipperarv ; b. 1811; 181.3; >;i. 1833 
Sarah, dau. of David Aher, Esq., of Castleeomer, co. 
Kilkenny, and litis, with other issue, 

• Henry James, ft. 1842. 

Mr. Boucliier, who was educated at Trinitv Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 1832), is a Magistrate and a Grand 
Juror for co. Limerick. — llagyotstown, Brujf, co. 
Limerick ; County Club, Limcrirk. 

BOUCHEY, Siv Thomas Fletcher FEXTON-. 
I 'art., of Aqualate, Staffordshire (cr. 1?<98). 

Eldest son of the late S)T Johtl IYnton, Bart., Of Aqua- 
li\to(\vhoin 180-i assumed tin! name of Roughey), bv 
Henrietta Dorothy, dau. of Sir John Chetwoode. Hart , 
of OtlkW, en. Stafford ; b. 1S09 ; as 3rd H irt. I8'23 : 
/.'. 1 83 J boufon l'tiulina. dau. of the late Thomas \V. 
Giftard, Esq.. of Cililtingtoa, co. Stafford. Educated 
at Kion and Ch. Ch., Oxford <R.A. 182S>; is a J.P and 
D.L, for c.s. .Sih.p and Stafford (High Sheriff 1832* 

and Ration of 1 )i\ing. — Aqualati, A'ctCfOCt, i>ulo]>. 
//. ir, iit« peii Thiunoi Fletcher, n Dep.-Lleut. for co. st.ifr.Ti 

lllnl It MiiKi"tl lie for Oil. Sn!e|>; A. |s.!«; ni. 1 Sit 1 S.tnll 

AiitiaUlia. uhl> dun. of UtrolU UtUaial*. t-i-.oi Li*noi 

Hull, Ui, laiv. 

norcii l'oN, sir Charles Henrt ROUSK-, 

Bni't., of Downtoii Hall, Shronshiro (or. 

mi). 

F.blesl sou of the late Sir William E. Rousr-Noviijlit Mi. 
Itnrl., M IV, of Lem-foid Hall, bv Ch.iilolte, d.,\i. of 

T. A. Knight, F. i] , of \v,,ruisiey fJiaam, ep, Bovfitrd . 

b |8'2A;|, as llth Han I S..G ; "»»». I8o2 Mary CAroitltP, 
liri datt. of the late John Michael Severn*, E-q.. of 
Ihvnford, co. Salop KdueattDd at Uurow; i<< a M \ - 

Irate for COI, Ueriffbld, W'oi. e-ter, and Salop (llidh 

Shrrifl ist.iM. rtnd Phqmh of 8 lirtng* nmnn,* 



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Lieut. 52ud Foot. — Down/on Hull, Lttdloio ; Rouse I 
Lench, Evesham, Worcestershire ; Junior United Service 
Cub, s.vf. 

Iliir, bis son William St. Andrew, b. 1S53. 

HOUGHTON. (See Leigh, of Brownsover Hall.) 

BO UGH TON- KNIGHT, Axdrew Johses 
ROUSE-, Esq., of Downton Castle, Here- 
fordshire. 

Second son of the late Sir W. E. Rouse-Boucrhton, 
Bart., of Lawford Hall, co. Warwick, by Charlotte, 
youngest dau. of the late Thomas Andrew Knight, | 
Esq., of Wormsley Grange and Downton Castle, some- I 
time President of the Horticultural Society ; b. 1S26 ; 
t. his grandfather, T. A. Knight, Esq., in 18">6, and 
assumed his name by Royal licence in 1857 ; nt. 185S 
Eliza, 3rd dau. of the late John M. Severne, Esq., of I 
Thenford, co. Northampton, and of Wallop Hull, co. 
Salop, and has, with other issue, 

• Charles Andrew, 6. 1859. 

Mr. Bdughton-Knight, who was educated at Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1849\ is a Magistrate for cos. 
Hereford and Salop, a Dep -Lieut, forco. Hereford (High 
Sheriff 1860), and Patron of 2 livings. — Downton Castle, 
Ludluw ; University Club, s.w. 

BOULTBEE, Hexry Townshend, Esq., of 
Springfield, Warwickshire. 
Only son of the late Joseph Moore Boultbee, Ksq., a 
J.F. and D.L., of Springfield (sometime Lirut.-Col. 1st 
Warwickshire Militia), by Lady Elizabeth Margaret, 
3rd dau. of George, 2nd Marquis Tonnshend ; h. 1827 ; 
s. I860; 77?. 18oG Juliana Mary, 2nd dau. of the late 
Sir Willoughby Dixie, Bart., of Bosworth Park, co. 
Leicester, and widow of Charles Groring, Esq., M.P., of 
Wiston Park, Sussex, and has, with other issue, 

• Charts, b. 1857. 

Mr. Boultbee, who was educated at the Royal Military 
Coll., Woolwich, is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Warwick 
(High Sheriff ISO")), and was formerly Capt, Royal 



+ BOULTBEE, Thoma 
well, Shropshire. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Stafford. 
Newport, co. Salop. 



Esq., of Great Ulia: 
Great Chatxeell // u 



A rt i 1 1 e ry . — Sp r in <j field, 
and Navy Club, s.w. 



Knowle, Warwickshire ; Army 



BOULTBEE, John, Esq., of Noyadd House, 
Cardiganshire. 
Eldest son of tlio late John Boultbee, Ivq., of Baxtcrley ' 
Hall, co. Warwirk. by Maria Anne, dau. of Edward 
Croxall, Esq., of Shustoke, co. Warwick; h. 1*07 ; ,s. 
1837; m. 1812 Williftma Joan, onlj dan of William 
L^wes, Esq., of Llysnewydd, co. Carmarthen, and has, 

W 1th other bsuo, 

• John Edward Lewes, Ensign "1st Foot ; 6. 1845. 

Mr. Boultbee,, who was educated at the Royal Military 
Coll., Sandhurst, is a Magistrate for co. Warwick, and 
A J. P. and D.L. for co. Cardigan. This family were 
formerly seated in Warwickshire. — Rot/add House, 
AU rayon; United Club, s.w. 

BOULTBEE, tlie Kev. RlCHAJRD MOORE, of 

Ivor Grove, Bucks. 

Second son of the lata Joseph Boutlboe, Esq., of 
Springfield, co. Warw ick, by Elizabeth, da\i of Rii hard 
Mooro, Esq., of Barno, co. Tippprary; 6, 1704 ; m. 
1R1G Mary, dau. of the lalo Sir Christopher Pcggo, 

M l)., and has Issue, 

• IM chard, ft, ls.' i; »>. IS4S Vrnncet, dau, of tlobert n.irkrr, 
1 'j.. Commnndpr it.N. 

Mr. lio hliar, who wns oducnted nt Rugby And Morton 
Coll., Oxford (H A. 1816, .M..V. 1819), And Appointed 
Rector of Barnwell 18 JO, is n Mn(fi>trat8 tbr Hunts 

And co. Northampton.— IVtt Unit, I '.il-ridg- , Pi ilW 1 
M4.V /ue/nry, Otiin/'r j A(hrn,n,:n ( 'lib, s.w. 



+ BOULTBEE, the Rev. Thomas, of Salford, 
Warwickshire. 

Eldest son of the late — Boultbee, Esq.; b. 17 — ; ,„ 
181—, Eliza, yXmngest dau. of the late William Pou nail. 
Esq., of Pownall Hall, co. Chester, and has, with other 
issue, 

• Thoma= Pownall. M.A. and late Fellow of St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge ; b. 1819. 

Mr. Boultbee is a Magistrate for co. Warwick, and 
Vicar ar.d Patron of Salford and Bidford. — Salford, 
Evtsham. 

+ BOULTON, Matthew Piers Watts, Esq., of 
Great Tew House, Oxfordshire. 
Son of the late Matthew Boulton, E^q., Civil Engineer; 
b. 179.5; m. 1846 Frances, youngest dau. of ti e late 
W. R. Cartwright, Esq., M.P., of Aynhoe, co. North- 
ampton (she d. 1864). Is Lord of the Manor of Great 
Tew. — Great 71 w House, Enstone. 

+ BOULTON, the Rev. William Hexey, of 
Aughton, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late Richard Boulton, Esq., of 
Harmck Hall, co. Lancaster (who rl. 1846); b. 1810; 
m. 1842 Anne, youngest dau. of the lato E. Griffin, 
Esq., of Liverpool, and widow of Thomas Eiiames 
Withinijlon, Esq., of Culcheth Hall, co. Lancaster. 
Educated at Trinity Coll.. Oxford (B.A. 1831, M.A. 
1834); is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster. ar.d Rector 
of Aughton.— Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancashire. 

BOURCHIER, the Rev. Charles Spencer. 

Eldest son of the late Charles Bourehier, Esq.. bv 
Elizabeth, dau. of Ben jamin Preedy, Esq .. of Evesham, 
co. Worcester; b. 1791 ; in. 1814 Eliza, dau. of Samuel 
Harman, Esq., of St. James's, Middlesex, and had 
issue, 

• Lcpenrlre Charles. Lieilt.-Col. fsth Foot ; K 181S; n. l«li 
Mnrparet, dan. of the Kev. I!. Johnston, and J. IS'ju, leav- 
ing issue, one son and two daus. 

Mr. Bourehier. who was educated nt Great B. rklinm- 
stead and St. John's Coll.. Cambridge (B.A. 1S12, 
M.A. 1838), and ordained 1813, i* Hector of Gnat 
Hallingbury nod a Magistrate for Herts and L>acs ; 

Was Domestic Chaplain to the late Lirl of Plymouth, 

This family were formerly possessed of considerable 
prop-rty 111 Essex, ami there are tine monuments of 
the family in Little Ronton Church. The Adjoining 
parish of Little Itallingtmry is styled in Doomsday 
Book 'Hallingbury 11 lUrchier.' Oliver Cromwell mar- 
ried an ancestor of this family, and Sir John Bourehier 
Sighed King Charles I s deat h-w.irrant. — Gnat Hd- 
lingbury. Bishop Stortfoni. 

+ BOUKCTITEn. RICHARD James, Esq.. of 

Brook Lodge, Dorset. 

It a Magistrate for Dortot,— Brook L'lfjr, foam in t.'rr. 
Dorset. 

BOURKB, the ITon. nn.l Rev GEORGE Wino- 

FIK1.P. 

Fourth A00 of Robert, 5th Earl of Mavn, bv Anne 
Charlotte, onh dm of the Ibn John .'•> elyn ; * I8M 
w. 1869 Mary lle-iti.tta. dm. of the Ru»h« Kov 
Charles TlkOmAf LonglcjT* I>.I>., Lord Arc 11 ichop of 
Cantirburv. and by Iter [who d. 1SC4) ha*, with otlier 
issue, 

• WAlW I.on t l, \ . ^. !»."•!». 

BaUrke «a« educate I nt Durham l*nivrr«itv |R A. 

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1855; W.A. 1S56), and appointed Rector of Wold ; 
New ton 1858, « nJ Rector of Coulsdon, Surrey, 186(5. i 
— Coulsdon Rectory, Croyden. 

BOURKE, IsADOEE, Esq., of Curraghleagh, co. 
Mayo. | 

Second "son of the lato Joseph Bourke, Esq., J.P., ofi 
Carrowkeel, co. Mayo, by A:me, 2nd dau. of Maurice j 
Blake, Esq., of Hold Head and Tower Iiili, co. Mayo; j 
b. 1810; "i. 1S04 Matilda, dau. of Mathew Crozier. | 
Esq., M.D., Surgeon of the 53rd Regt., and has, with i 
other issue, 

• Joseph, Lieut. 29th Rest. ; b. 1805. 
Mr Bourke represents a younger branch of the Bourkes ' 
of Carrowkeel (whom see). — (Jurraghleayh, Claremorris, j 
co. Mayo. 

+ BOURKE, John, Esq., of Thornfields, co. 
Limerick. 

Elder son of the late General Sir Richard Bourke. 
K.C.B., of Tliornfields (J.P. and formerly High Sheriff 
of co. Limerick), by Elizabeth June, dau. of John 
Bourke, Esq., of Carshalton, Surrey; b. 180- ; s. 1855. 
— Tliornfields, near Castle Conned, co. Limerv k. 

Heir Pres., his brother Richard, Barrister-at-Law ; 6. 181- : 
m. 1841 Anne, dau. of De Courcy O'Grady, Esq., ofK.il- 
balljowen. 

BOURKE, Walter, Esq., Q.C., of Carrowkeel, 
co. Mayo. 

Eldest son of the late Joseph Bourke, Esq., J.P., of 
Carrowkeel, co. Mayo, by Anno, 2nd dau. of Maurice 
Blake, Esq., of Old "Head and Tower Hill, co. Mayo; 
b. 1808; s. 1820; m. 1812 Mary, dau. of Isadora 
Blake, Esq., of Ballylaghan, co. Mayo, and has sur- 
viving issue, 

* Cecilia Gertrude. 

Mr. Bourke was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 
1830), and called to the Irish Bar 1827. This family } 
were formerly called Clan William Bourke, being the 
senior branch of the family ot De Bllrgo in Ireland, j 
— Carrowkeel, near Claremorris, co. Mayo. 

BOURKE. (See under Mayo, Earl of.) 

BOURNE, Frederic Em? ARB, Esq., of Rose- 
ville, Dorset. 
Only son of the lale Edward Bouruo, Esq. (whorf. 1838), 
by Harriet Anne. dan. of James Swinny, Esq., of Bel- 
fust j b. 1801; m. 1835 Mary Anne. dau. of Samuel 
Powel, Esq., and widow of S II. Williams, Esq., ol 
Weston Green, Surrey. Educated at Trinity Coll . 
Dublin; appointed a Mngistrsite for Dorset 1858. Is 
descended from i he ancient family of Bourn or Bruniic 
of Bourn Castle, Lincolnshire, founded loll. Rvsevrfle 
Lyme Begin, Dorut, 

BOURNE, (lie Elev. George Diunkwateh, of 
Weston Suborfge, Gloucestershire. 

Youngest sun of the l ite LVtep Bourne, Esq., by .Mar- 
garet, dau. of James Drinkwatcr, Esq,, of Beitt, co. 
Lancaster; l>. 1821. Educated in Eton ami Oriel Coll., 
Oxford; appointed Rector of Wostou SuhodHa 1818; 
is a J.P. and D.L, for cos, Gloucester and Worcester. 

Weston Subedge, Broadway } Oxford and Ciunbtidgt 

Club, s.w. 



BOURNE, James, Esq., of HackinsaU Hall, 
Lancashire. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Peter Bourne. E=q., of 
HackinsaU, by Marcraret, dau. of James Drinkwater, 
E.-q., of Bent, co. Lancaster; b. 1 S 1 2 ; s. 1S46; m. 
1841 Sarah Harriet, dau. of Thomas Fournis Dyson, 
Esq., of Willow Hall, co. York, and has, with other 
issue, 

* James Dyson, Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards ; 6. 1842. 

Mr. Bourne, who was educated at Shrewsbury, is a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. Lancaster; and a Lieut.-Col. Royal 
Lancaster Artillery Militia; he was elected M.P. for 
Evesham 1SG5, and reprt-sents a branch of the Bournes 
of Stalmine, who have held land in Lancashire since the 
, time of King John. — HackinsaU Hall, Poulton-le-Fylde, 
Lancashire, a/id Heathfield House, Wavertree, Liverpool ; 
Carlton and Conservative Clubs, s.w. 

+ BOURNE, James Thomas, Esq., of Neasham 
Hall, Lancashire. 
Third son of the late John Bourne, Esq., of Stalmine, 
by Mary; dau. of John Bury, Esq.; b. 1812. Is a 
Magistrate for co. Lancaster; late a Merchant at Liver- 
pool. — Neasham Hall, Liverpool. 

BOURNE, John, Esq., of Hilderstone Hall, 
Staffordshire. 

Son of the late Charles Bourne. Esq.. of Fenton, co. 
■Stafford, by Mary, dau. of William EJwardes, Esq., of 
Fenton ; b. 1815 ; s. 1844 ; w. 1847 Ethel, dau. of John 
Mason. Esq., of Lymington, Hants, and has issue, 

* Ralph, b. 1S48 ; educated at Eton. 

Mr. Bourne is a Magistrate for co. Stafford, and Patron 
of 1 living. — Hilderstone Hall, Stone; jS'atio?ud Club, 



I They assumed nn frlsli name, then? rlilsl bring otrctetl hj the 
law Of TimMry, and ho wn* *t> led Lord MncWllliam Bonrkt, tlis 
Junior branch bclmi the Claur4oordc*i Tut Clan SVUIIhw r* in- 
spired f"r four centuries the (floater p rtlonofco Mayo, ami lafuv 
dl«llll!t« In ((>«. P1I(J0 Mini HnM DHinil n, I III liirl'lnm of I'lslt r nn.l 

ins Lordship! nf ("1111111111111 ami 'i rim j> 1 - • . i from iiu rsnilty tn 
tho Roj nl linusr of L'ntilnnd, through the marrlniri uf 1 ;>•,••■• t , di 
Durg with 1 low 1, Dul u u( Clara co, 3rd iwn ol 1 dward 111 
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! 4- BOURNE, John WlLtUM, Esq., of Stalmine 
Hall, Lancashire. 

I Eldest son of the late Cornelius Bourne. Esq.. of Stal- 
1 mine, by Alice, dau. of William Sharp, Esq., of Linden, 
I co. Lancaster,; b. 184.3; 1866. Is a Magistrate for 
co. Lancaster. — Slaliitine Hall, Fleetwood, Lancashire. 

BOURNE. "Miss STURGES-, of Testwootl 

House, Hants. 
Anna, only child of tho lato Right Hon. William 
Stwrgfs-Boume, M P.. of Testwood House (who 
I S !.")). by Anno, 3rd dm. of the late Oldfield Bowie', 
Esq., of Nor'h Aston, Oxon. l.ady of the Manor of 
Testwood. and Patron of l living, The late Mr. 
Sturgctt-Bournt wns the son of the I\Vv. John Stuirc, 
D.D., Chancellor and PrcbeadarV of Winchester, and 
assumed the additional name of Hourne on inheriting 
j his unci 's property. — Testwood lioi.se, Southampton. 

BOUVERJE, the Right Hon. Edward 
PLRYDELL. 

l Second son of Willi nn. 3rd Karl of Radnor^ by his 2nd 
w if* Ann. ••Judith, Srrl dan. or the Into .sir II i n iv Pnult 1 

I St. .Io!iii Mildma\. Butt,; b. 1818 ; m. 184;! Elizabeth 
j Anne, dau. of General I'.ilfuiir, and has issue, 
• Walt' t, ft. 194S. 

Mr. Rourcrlo, who whs educated ni Harrow and Trinity 

1 Coll., Cnmbridtfc (M.A. IH.ISi. i» n Mam-t rate for Berk' 
and Wilts; was Lndt r-S.i-r. «ary for tlie Home DfMUt' 
nn nt 18.'iO-a, Vice-Pn s d. nt of the Hoard of Tra !.« 
and Chairman of Committees 18-)3-&, rr sident of »h« 
Poor-Law Hoard IS.V1-8; lias b. en M P. for Kilmar- 
nock, \-iV, «inee 1814. - h'lf 'rm f7fi\ «.\v. j 44, H 1 ' 
CretK eiit, s.w . 



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HOUVERIE, the Hon. Philip PLEYDELL-, I 
of Brymore, Somerset. 
Fifth son "of Jacob, 2nd Earl of Radnor, by the Hon. | 
.Anne Duneombe, dau. and co-heir of Anthony, Lord [ 
Feversham ; b. 1788; m. 1811 Maria, dau. of the late 
Sir William P. A. A'Court, Bart , and sister of William, 
1st Lord Heytesbury ; she d. 1S62, leaving issue, 

• Philip, J.r. and D.L. for co. Somerset, and Capt. "West ! 
Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry; b. 1821 ; rn. 1847 Jane, eldest | 
dau. of the late Henry Seymour, Esq., of Knoyle, Wilts, 
and has issue. 

Mr. Bouverie, who is a Partner in the Banking house of 
Messrs. Ransom, Bouverie, & Co., Pall Mall, a Magis- i 
trate for Berks and a J.P and D.L. for Somerset (.High 
Sheriff 1843), and Patron of 1 living, was M.P. for 
Coekermouth 1S30-1, for Downton 1S31-2, for Berks 
1857-65. — Brymore, Bridgcwater ; Athenmum Club,'. 
s.w. ; 16, Hill Street, w, 

+ BOUVERIE, the Rev. Edward, M.A. 
Eldest surviving son of the late Hon. Bartholomew 
Bouverie, and grandson of William, 1st Earl of Radnor, 
by Mary AA'yndham, 2nd dau. of the Hon. James 
Everard Arundel; b. 1783; m. 1811 Lady Frances 
Charlotte, 4th dau. of the late Right Rev. Henry 
Reginald Courtenay, Lord Bishop of Exeter, and sister 
of the Earl of Devon. Educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford 
(B.A. 1804, M.A. 1807); is a Magistrate for Berks, 
Vicar of Coleshill, and Chaplain in Ordinary to the 
Queen. — Coleshill Vicarage, k'arringdon, Berkshire. 

BOUVERIE, Lieut. -General Everard William, 
of Delapre Abbey, Northamptonshire.. 
Eldest son of the late Edward Bouverie, Esq., of 
Delapre Abbe} - , by Catharine, dau. and heir of W. 
Castle, Esq., and great-grandson of 1st Viscount Folk- 
stone, ancestor of the Earl of Radnor ; b. 1789 ; 
1858; m. 1816 Charlotte, dau. of Col. O'Donel, of New- 
port, co. Mayo. E hicated at Harrow and St. John's 
Coll., Cambridge ; is a Magistrate forco. Northampton ; 
entered the Army 1812; became a Lieut.-General I 860 : 
was wounded at Waterloo; appointed Equerry to 
H.RH. the late Prince Consort in 1840, and to the 
Queen in 1853; Col. 15th Hussars 1859. — Delapre 
Abbey, Northampton. 

BOUVERIE, the Ven. William Arundell. 
Son of the late Hon. Bartholomew Bourerie (and grand- 
son of William. 1st Earl of Radnor), by .Mary Wynd- 
ham, dau. of th'- late Don. James Everard Arttndel, 
and sister of James Everard, 9th Lord Arundel] of 
Wardour; >>. 1 797 ; m. 188] the Hnn, funny Snryd, 
2nd dan. of the late Wall Br Snevd, Esq., of Ivecle Hal], 
co. Stafford, and late Maid of Hianoiirto Queen Adelaide 
(Kile d. 1 862), Archdeacon Bouverio, who was educated 
at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford, and was afterwards Fi llow 
of Morton Coll. (B.A. 1S17, M.A. 1820), is a Magis- 
trate for Norfolk; appointed Rector of Denton 1839, 
Honorary Canon of Norwich 1847, Archdeacon of Nor- 
folk 1 850. — Denton Rectory, itartcaton, Norfolk ; A/he- 
v/rnm Club, s.w. 

B0UVER I E. (See under Radnor, Ear! of.) 

BOVILL, the Right Hon. Sir Willi \\t. Knt., 
Of WorplesdoOi Surrey (cr. 1866). 
Second surviving son of the late Benj Bovill, E ri of 
Wimbledon (who 18(34); l<. 1814; m 1844 Maria, 
eldest dun of J. II. BnlWn, I q . of I.,,. Park, near 
Hlackhoatli, Kojit, and ha-. Miih other ii -nr. 

• Wiillnni rhfi.np'1. f'l.-k o( Km »• en thft \Voit. rn Circuit 
l»te Lieut. Ittttl I nn.-, n; !>. Isir. 

Bir William HoviU, who was called to the ]!. ir n t th. 
Middle Temrle 1841, and appointed a Queen's Counsel 
i« n Mn«>frrtte for Surrey ; appointed Solid tor- 



General 1865, Attorney-General and Chief J.-', ,. 
the Court of Common Pleas 18G0; was M.P. f.,- (,, . 
ford, 1857-66.— Worp'esdon Lodge, Guildford'; Aik 
nceum and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; 1. Brick Court. Tim . 
e.c. ; 103, Victoria Street, Westminster, s.w. 

BO WATER, Lady. 

Emilia Mary, dau. of the late Col. M. Barne, of ?ot;i-r- 
loy Park, Suffolk (some time M.P. for DunwichV br 
Mary, dau. of Ayscoghe Boucherett, Esq., of North 
Willingham and Stallinnborough. co. Lincoln ; m. 1S39 
General Sir Edward Bowater, K.C.H., who d. 1S61, 
leaving one daughter, 
» Louisa llary. 

The family of Bowater were formerly owners of 'Whitley 
Abbey, near Coventry. — Thatchecl-Hov.se Lodge, Rich- 
mond Park, Surrey. 

BOWDON, Hexrt, Esq., of Southgate House, 
Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of the late J. P. Bruno-Bowdon. Esq., of 
Southgate House, by Mary Martha, eldest dau. of 
Edward Ferrers, Esq., of Baddesley Clinton, co. 
Warwick; b. 1814; .s. 1850; rn. 1848 Henrietta 
Matilda, 4th dau. of Michael Blount, Esq., of Maple- 
durham House, Oxon, and has issue two daughters. 
Mr. Bowdon, who was educated at Stonyhurst Coll.. is 
a J.P. and D.L. for co. Derby. This family is of great 
antiquity in Derbyshire, being settled at Bowdon in 
1200. — Southgate House, Derby. 

Heir Pres., his brother John Butlor-Bowdon, E?q. (wh«m 
see): b. 1815; m. 18-IH Amelia, dau. ni the late George T. 
AVhitgre.ave, Esq., of l!o?elej Court, co. Stan'ord. 

BOWDOX. (See But/er-Bou-don.) 
BOWDON-FULLARTOX. (Sec Fullarton.) 

BOWEN, Sir George Ferguson, K.C.M.G. (or. 
1856). 

Son of the late Rev. Edward Bowen, of Bogtly House, 
Londonderry, Hector of FaujrhboyOe .-Mid .Ail Saints, Co. 
Donegal; b 1822; m. 1850 Diamantina, dau. of Count 
Candiano di Roma. Educated at the Charterhouse; 
elected 1840 Scholar of Trinity Coll., Oxford, where ho 
graduated B.A. 1844 as 1st Cln«s in Classics; whs 
afterwards Fellow and Tutor of lirnsennse Coll. : was 
Secretary to the Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian 
Islands 1854-1); formerly Principal of the University 
of Corfu.; appointed Governor of Queensland 1859; 
Governor of New Zealand 1807. — (ruwmmcHt ffm&t, 
Auckland, New Zealand ; University Club, s.w. 

BOWEN. CttAntBS Hartpole. Esq.. of Court- 
wood, Queen's Co. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Charles Bowen. E»^ . of 
Court wood, by Martha, sister and co-heiress of Robert 
Hartpole, Esq., of Shrule Castle; h. 1810; ». his brother 

1839; in. 1860 Emily Anne, dau. of Richard Words* 
worth ( lOOper, Esq., ot Longford Lnl^e, co. Dublin, 
and has issue, 

• Charles Sdwanl it«riiioi<\ IWV, 
Mr. Bowen, who was educated at Trinity Coll.. Dublin* 
is a Magistrate for Queen's. Co. (High Sheriff 1847) 
and Lord of the Manor of v'« UTtwood, — t . .. 
Ballflbrlttm, Qut, »V (v.; AVi/.ir* St-**? C.b. tt-'b'i-: ; 
Jtmtor VnittH ScniM (."«»'■, s.W. ; Longford TVrru.e, 

HOftJbitoMta, (V. Dublin, 

+ BOWEX, GrEOROC, Esq.. of CoUm Hall. Shrop- 
shire 

Son of the late. 0. Bowen, E«,i , b. 1810. I» a nb|in< 

trate for Co , Stlop - OtttH Hall, Prrrt, SAlOT -rbHrv. 

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BOWEX, G EOli'iE ElAVARD, Esq., of Bimbridge, , 

Downsliire. 

Eldest son of George Bowen, Esq., Capt. R.X., by] 
Annabella Harriet, clan, of Noah Simpson, Esq., of! 
Boyle, co. Roscommon) Major in the 38th Regt. : b. 1 821 ; J 
m. 18o0 Catherine Bell, daw. of the late John Oliver i 
Howe .Sunn. Esq., Capt. Stith Regt,, by whom he has, i 
with other issue. 

• George William St. Quintin. b. 1852, 
Mr. Bowen is a Magistrate for cos. Down and Armagh. 
— Banbridgc, Doitnshire, Ireland, 

BOWEX, James, Esq., of Troedyraur, Cardigan- j 
shire. 

Second son of the lute James Bowen, Esq., of Llwyn- | 
gwair, co. Pembroke; b. ISnG; s. under the will of the 
late Rev. Thomas Bowen, Rector of Troedyraur, 1S42 ; 
m. 1827 Dorothea, youngest dau. of the late Rev. David , 
Griffith, Vicar of Xevern, co. Pembroke, and has, with , 
other issue, 

• William Hice, a Mncri<.tratf» for co=. Oardii-'rvn ami Carmar- 
then, ('apt. anil Adjutant Royal Carmarthen Militia Ar- t 
tiJIerr ; late Lieut. R.A. ; 6. 183S; in. 18(11 Emma Eliza, j 
dau. of iF.nca-s Canon, E-q., M.D., of Cheltenham. 

Mr. Bowen, who was educated at Harrow, is a J.P. and 
D.L. for cos. Cardigan and Pembroke, and a Magistrate j 
for co. Carmarthen (High Sheriff' of co. Cardigan 18-18). 
— Troedyraur, Xewcastle-Emlyn. 

BOWEM", James Bevax, Esq., of Llwyngwair, l 
Pembrokeshire. 
Eldest son of the late George Bowen, of Llwymrwair, \ 
by Sarah, dau. of John Thomas, Esq., of Lbnghouse, I 
co. Pembroke; b. 1828; s. 1856; m. 1S.)7 Harriette. ! 
youngest dau. of the late Rev. John Stanclly, M.A., of 
Southoe, Hunts, and has, with other issue, 

• George Bevon, b. 1808. 
Mr. Bowen, who was educated at Kintr's Coll., London, 
and Worcester Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1810. M.A. ISol), 
and called to the Bar at the Tuner Temple lS.ifi, is a 
J.P. and D.L. for co. Pembroke (High Sheriff 1862 \); 
was elected ALP. for co. Pembroke l8Cid.—TJv'i/nqv:air, 
Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire ; University Club, s.w. 

BOWEN, Robert Cole, Esq., of Bowenscourr, 
co. Cork. 

Eldest son of the late H. Cole Bowen, Esq., bv Eliza 
Wade, dau. of St. John Galwey, Esq., of Mallow, co 
Cork; b. 1830; «. 18+2; m. 18(i() Elise Jane, 2nd. d.ui, 
of Charles Clarke. Esq., Dep. Lieut., ot C'raiguoe Park, 
Holycress, co. Tippcrnry, and has issue, 

• Henry Charles, b. ISfii. 
Mr. Bowen, who was educated al Cheltenham and 

Trinity Coll.. Dublin (B.A. 18.V2, M \. 1856), is .-, 
Magistrate for co. Cork, and Capt, B7th South Cork 
Light I ii tii tit ry . This family were formerly of Court 
House, llston, (J lamoriraiishire.- lionrtnccurt, Kddor- 
rcry, co. Cork. 

BOW EX. (Sco Wtbb Bowtn.) 

BOWER, Abraham, Esq., of Elmerofts, York- 
shire. 

Elder son of the Into John Dower, Esq . of Middle- 
tlmrpe Hall, co, Y.-ik: b. 1 Hi»'» ; m. 1810 Cornelia, ilnu, 
of the lute near-Admiral ITcnrv Quito Morris, of KiM- 

pitO House, lleverh v, en. York. Is a M.l" -'l:\te for 

the \V. RMinjr, of Yorkshire and lor tho Liberty of! 
Ilipm. — Elmctoftt, Ripon, Vorfaftitt, 



t Mr. II,, wen 1« tli« Dill member "f llll funiily who Inm nerved Mil* 

i>m»e in PuceeMton ikiwc i..n. 
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BOWER, Edward Chivers, Esq., of Broxholme, 
Yorkshire. 

Only son of the late John Seddon Bower, Esq., of 
Broxholme, by Elizabeth, dau. and co-heiress of Thomas 
Chivers, Esq.. of Askham, co. York ; 6. 1826 : s. ISoS; 
m. 1S5S Amelia Mary, 2nd surviving dau. of the late 
William Bennet Martin. Esq., of Worsbrough Hall.co. 
York, and has, with other issue, 

* Edmund Thomas Chivers, b. 1S59. 

Mr. Bower, who was educated at Rugbvand University 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1849), is a J.P." and D.L. for the 
W, Riding of Yorkshire, and a Capt. 1st West York 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; was formerly a Capt. 3rd West 
York Militia. — BroxJiolme, Doneaster ; Residence: Wad- 
worth Hall, Donvastcr, Yorkshire; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BOWER, the Rev. Hexrt Tregowell, of 
Eontmell Parva, Dorsetshire. 
Youngest surviving son of the late Thomas Bowver 
Bower, Esq., of Shroton, by Harriet, dau. of Walter 
Whitaker, Esq., Recorder of Shaftesbury: b. 1808; m. 
1837 Elizabeth Syndercombe, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
Thomas Fox, Rector of Temple Combe. Somerset, and 
has issue an only son, 

* Henry Syndercotnbe, educated at Harrow and Trinity Coll., 
Cam bride-; a Magistrate for Dorset; b. 18S9 ; m. ISrtS 
Sarah Matilda, fifth dau. of the late Rev. Robert Salkeld. 
Rector of Fontmell Magna, Dorset. 

Mr. Bower, who was educated at Winchester and St. 
Peter's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1830, M.A. 1833), is a 
Magistrate for Dorset, and Curate of West Orchard. 
This family is the younger branch of that of T. B. 
Bower, Esq.. of Iwerne Minster (w hom see). — Fontmell 
Parva, Bland ford, Dorset. 

BOWER, Robert, Esq., 6f Welham, Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Robert Bower. Esq., bv Elizabeth 
Amy, only surviving dau. of John Cbibbe, Evp. of 
Ipswich; b. 1798; s. 1835; m. 1824 Helen, dau. of 
John Hall, Esq., of Scarboro', and has, with other issue, 

* Rolsrt. Hartley, of Firby tlnll. co. York; J.P. and D.L. 
for the N. and E. Riding* of Yorkshire; t. 18Si; m. 1859 
Mnrift, 4th dnn. of Sir John T itter Knye, Burt., and ha9. 
with other i-sne, * a -on, *. I860, 

Mr. Bower, who was educated at Westminster and Ch. 
Ch., Oxford, is a Hep -Lieut, for the IS". Ridingof York- 
shire. — Welham, Mai ton ; Conservative Club, s.w. 

BOWER, Thomas Bowyep, Esq., of Iweroe 
Minster, Dorset. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Bowvi r Bower. Esq., of 

Iwerne House, by Harriet; dau. of Waller Whittaker, 
E-q.. Recorder of Slinftcshurv j b. 1808: s. 1840; m. 
1828 Eli™, only dn«. of William Creed, Esq.. of Bally - 
grennan Castle, Ireland, and has. with other i^sn C . 

* Thoma- Ttmvver. MasrUtrftre for Dor et : late Lie-it. T^nJ 
lii ut.. ami I.h'iit. in l'orset Yeomanry C.tvalry ; b. 1>.':» : 
i- nnrrtetl and ha- i— ue. 

Mr. BoWor, who was educate«l nt Westminster. i« a 
MilffistmtC t"r Dorxel (Hillh Sheriff 1S47); was fbf 
nierly Capt. "3rd Regt- — Im rnr Mim/cr, Bt.ivdford. 

BOWKS, J i 'UN, , of S(re:\t!ani Castle. CO 
1 hirhnm. 

Natnial son and trstnmetttary heir John. 10th Earl 
of Strnthfnnte (ext ^, by MinaMary Milner.of 5ta ; ndrov\ 
co. rhirltam; h. I8ll; ». IftSO. Is n r»ep-Li«" , t. for 
eo. DurTtatn frrf whirh he hn* been H <her>fT>. »n»l 
Patron of 1 living ; «as \\ v f-rS. Durham 183S»*T« 
— StfvnfMfk Caft'f, (jiiii tkni : /iV/op/m and Tr,i<r',r> 
Chiht, s.w. 

BOWES. (See Foor,I.Bent>.-) ■ 

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HOWLESs Sir George, K.C.B. (cr, 1851). 

Second son of the lute William Bowles, Esq., of Heule 
I ! . .ust>, Wilts, by Dinah, 3rd dau. of the Lite Admiral I 
Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart.; h. 1787. Is a General 
in tile Arm}", and Col. 1st West India Beat. ; served at | 
Copenhagen, in Germany, in the Peninsula, Canada, | 
and at Waterloo; was Military Secretary to the late | 
1 Juke of Biehmond in Canada, where he held command I 
during the rebellion of 1838 ; was M.P. for Launceston 1 
1814-52 ; Master of the Household .1645-51.— United i 
S<rv'u:e Club, s.w. ; 27, Curzon Street, w. 

BOWLES, Admiral Sir William, K.C.B. (cr. 
1862). 

Kldest son of the late William Bowles, Esq., of Ileale j 
House, Wilts, by Dinah, 3rd dau. of the late Admiral Sir 
Thomas Frankland, Bart.; b. 1780; m. 1S20 the Hon. j 
Frances Temple, dau. of Henry, 2nd and last Viscount 
Pulmerston (she d. 1838). Is an Admiral of the Bed 
and Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom ; was for- 
merly M.P. for Launceston, and a Lord of the. Admiralty 
1814-6. — United Service Club, s.w.; 8, Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, w. 

HOWLES, Henry, Esq., of North Aston, Ox- 
fordshire. 

Eldest son of the late Charles Oldfield Bowles, Esq., of 
North Aston, many years a J.P. and D.L. for Oxon, and 
Col. Oxfordshire Militia, by Elizabeth, dau. of Matthew, 
late Lord Kokeby ; b. 1818; s. 18G2 ; m. 1842 Barbara, 
dau. of P. Warren, Esq., M.D. Educated at Eton ; is 
Lord of the Manor of North Aston, and a Capt. in the 
Hi fie Brigade. This family were formerly of Swines- 
head, co. Lincoln. — North Aston, Deddington, Oxon ; 
United Service Club, s.w. 

BOWLES, John Samuel, Esq., of Milton Hill, 
Berks. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Bowles, Esq., of Milton 
Hill, by Hester Sophia, dau. of Samuel Sellwood, Esq., 
of tho Abbey House, Abingdon, Berks; b. 1815; s. 
1837; m. 1st 1841 Louisa Frederica, dau. of the late 
Hon. and Rev. Charles Augustus North, Rector of 
Alverstoke, Hants, and niece of Frederick, 5th Eurl of 
Guilford (shed. 1847); 2nd 1851 Mary Wintle, dau. 
of tho Right, Rev. Ashurst. Turner Gilbert, D.D., Lord 
Bishop of Chichester, and has, with other issue, 

• Thomas John, b. 1H5-2. 
Mr. Bowles, who was educated at Elon nnd Exeter Coll., 
Oxford, is a. J.P. and D.L. for Berks (High Sheriff' 1852). 
~Mi.lU,n Wll, Steventon, Berks. 

+ B0WLE$, SPOTTSWOOD, Esq., of Aht >rn, co. | 
Cork. 

Son of the Into S. Bow les, Ksq. ; b. 1812. Is o. Magis- 
trate for co. Cork. — Ahem, Conna, co. Cork. 

BQWMONtT, MarquiB of. 

(See under Ii'oxburghe, Duke of.) 

H0WRING, Sir John, LL.D., F.R.S,, m.h.a.s ,, 

r.L.S., SiC. of C'ltiroinoiit, Devon (cr. 
1859), 

Kldest son of the late Charles Bowfing, Esq . of I.ark- 
benr, Devon, by Sarah, dan. of the Rev. Thomas Line, 
of St. lv.s, Cornwall; 1702; >n. 1st 1810 Miirin. dau. 

"f the late Samuel Lewin, Esq , of Hackney. Middll sex 

(she </. 1858); 2nd 1800 Deborah, dnu. of I In mm 

'V .' ' ot Bristol, and lion by Ihe formor with 
other issue, 

• Jehu CharlM, .if Lnrjtbrnt Kmim. nMr rv. t« r. n tfajri truto ' 

JyMlvToni h. ; HI, 1-1 1 si,.; Unbuilt, youllflt'l .Inn. ..f . 
P rnulmln, R*fl,., of Itivcniow Torrors, Dayawater (ilia ii. 
[ho*) j tt\H Imiii Mary, ri.i.-t Uau.nf i lisrlonJonn Pot- 
-">•• oii.iH.-t.T r.nii.v, iii.u. i-.uk.Khd h»» 

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Sir John, who has been successively Secretary to i! r 
Commission on Public Accounts, Commissioner <>t i ■ 
merce in France, Italy, and the Levant, ami Bril 
Consul at Canton, was Her Majesty's Plenipoten'.iarv, 
Commander-in-Chief, Governor and Vice-Admiral !>f 
Hong-Kong, and Chief Superintendent of Trade in 
China 1854-9 : he is LL.D. of the University of Gronin- 
gen, a Knight Commander of the Order of Leo) .Id. i 
Knight of the Order of Christ in Portugal, and a J.P. 
and D.L. for Devon ; was M.P. for Kilmarnock, &C, 
1835-7, and for Bolton 1841-9. This family were set- 
tled for several centuries at Bowriflgsleigh, in the south 
of Devon, and a Baronetcy was conferred on its head bv 
King Charles I. in reward of his loyalty. — Clarcmont, 
Exeter; AthencBum and Reform Clubs, s.w. 

BOWYER, Sir George, Bart., D.C.L., of Rad- 
ley House, Berks (cr. 1G60). 
Eldest son of the late Sir George Bowyer, Bart., of 
Radley House, by Anne Hammond, dau. of Sir Andrew 
Snape Douglas, R.N. (she d. 1S44) ; b. 1S11 ; s. as 7th 
Bart. 1860. Cr. Hon. M.A. at Oxford 1 839. Hon. D.C.L. 
1843; called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1839; 
appointed Reader at the Middle Temple 1850; is a 
J.P. and D.L. for Berks, and Patron of 2 livings ; has 
been M.P. for Dundalk since 1852. — Rad/ey House, 
Abingdon ; Stafford and Oriental Clubs, w. ; 13, King's 
Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. 

lleir Pres., his brother William, of the MM. lie Temple, Barri*- 

tcr-nt-Law ; b. 1812; m. ls".7 Klleu Sarah, dau. of Shirley 

Woolmer, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 



BOWYER. (See Atkins-Bovycr.) 

BOWYER-SMIJTH. (See Smijth.) 

BOXALL, George, Esq., of Avery House, 
Sussex. 

Second son of the lato William Boxall. Esq.. of Avery 
House (who was a Dep. -Lieut, for Sussex), by Lucy 
Anne, dau. of William Peirce, Esq. ; b. 1818 ; s. 1803 ; 
vi. 1800 Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the late Bcv. \V. 
E. Sims, Rector of West Bergholt, Essex. — Aeery House, 
Cowfola, Horsham, Sussex. 

BOXER-STEWART. (See Stewart of Urrard.) 

BOYCE, Jose™, Esq. 

Third son of the late James Bovoe. Esq., of Ferns, CO. 
Wexford, by Arabella Braddell. dau. of John Brad. I, 11. 
Esq., of Lower BullinKute. co. Wicklow ; 6. 17'.'5: m. 
1817 Mary, dan. of Abel Rum Woodroofe, Esq.. J.P., 
nf Oorov, co. Wexf.ird, and has issue. Is a J.P. Mid 
D.L. for the city and co. of Dublin (High Sheriff 1865); 
was formerly a Merchant a! Dublin, ami Lord Mayor of 
that city 1855. — Vffptr Mount Stmt. Dublin. 

BOYCOTT, Miss. ofRudge Hall, Staffordshire. 

Emma, eldest dau. and eo-heir of the Into Thomas I!.>v- 
cott. Esq., of WuiL-. Hall (formerly Lieut. -Col. ol the 
Whitchurch nod Salop Volunteers), by Jane, d«u> nf 
Thomas Tnrleion. Esq., of BolesfflMth Qnstle, CO. 
Chester; .>■'. I860. This family is of tncirnl ptnttilibg 
in Shropshire, where I hey have he'd latin <sia'i s nines 
tho time of the UOilQUea t . -Budge Haii, J'.. .... 

Wotitrkampton. 

//fir /Vc».. her nephew Cnthenrt TV>rr«>tt W| c h;, r -\ . «en of 

uonlila Mury Catbsrlns i yownn»t das, si tt>e »i«.m- nomas 
Boycott, Kan.), by her bunlmml tho An. in m W Uiht, 
e«i.. »r DnnlMon, K.U. ; 6. 

BOYCOTT, tUo Rw. Wimiam. of Baqrh St. 

rider's, Norfolk, 
l'.l.lest mm of the late Uev. William Boyctt, Keotor 
and Patron of Uurgh St. l'« t< r. l« Anne, dnu. of ThoMS 

Smyth, l^i., of Itercliam, Norfolk; h I7'.»8, # 13)19$ m. 

18'2'J I .li7.ib. I h (ieor,:i:iiiii, dun ot Arthur QstVWy I SM . 

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and grand-daw. of Sir Thomas Beevor, 1st Bart., and 
has, with other issue, 

* Arthur William, B.A. of Enimannol Coll., Caml>ri.1?e 
(Incumbent of AMcby) ; ft. IS:SO ; in. Is-"-'. I -alalia Charity, 
dau. of tlic Rev. Dr. Blacker, of Elm Parle, Hector of .Uul- 
labrack.co. Armagh. 

Mr. Boveott, who was educated at Winchester arid Mag- 
.dalcn Coll., Oxford, is Lector of Burgh St. Peter, and 
Patron of that living 1 . He represents^! junior branch I 
of a family settled in Norfolk since the Revocation of 
the Edict of Nantes. — Burgh i>t. Peter, Becchs. 

BOYCOTT. (See Morse-Boycott.) 

BOYD, Sir Harley Hugh, Bart., of Drumma- 
willen, co. Antrim (cr. 1775). 
Eldest son of the late Sir John Augustus ITugh Boyd, j 
Part., of Drummawillen, Capt. B.N., by llonora Mary, \ 
3rd dau. of the late Charles Biggs Calmadv, Esq., of i 
Langdon Hall, Devon; b. 1853; s. as 5th Bart. 1857.! 
— Drummawillen, Ballycastle, co. Antrim. 

Heir Pres., his undo Frederick, in liolv Onion, Jt.A. of 
University Coll., Oxford. Hector of Holwell, Beds" ft. 1820 ; 
m. 18<;4 Katharine Mary, only child of 11. W. licauclerk, 
Esq. (she d. 18U7). 

BOYD, Alexander, Esq., of Ballycastle, co. 
Antrim. 

Second son of the late Hugh Boyd, Esq., M.P. for co. 
Antrim, by Kosetta, dau. of Alexander Boyd, Esq*, of 
Ballycastle; b. 1791; s. his brother Lugh 18(32; m. 
1821 Ann, dau. of Henry Huey, Esq. .Mr. Boyd is 
Lord of the Manorof Ballycastle. — The Mansion, Bally- 
castle, co. Antrim. 

Heir Pres., his gTand-nephew, Sir Harley H Boyd, Bart, 
(whom see). 

BOYD, of Middleton Park. (See Bochfort-Boyd.) 

BOYD, James, Esq., of Orcliard, and Law 
Castle, Ayrshire. 
Third son of the late Thomas Boyd, Esq., of Greenock, 
by Mary, dau. of John Dow, Esq., of Saltcoats; h. 
1796 ; s. his cousin, Miss Marion Boyd, youngest dun. 
of Thomas Boyd, Esq., of Orchard ami Daw Castle, 
1852 ; m, 1820 Isabella, dau. of John Pringle, Esq., of 
Greenock, arid by her (who d. 1801) has, with other 
issue, 

• James Ritchie, b. 1828. 
Mr. Boyd, who was educated at the Universities of 
Glasgow and Edinburgh, taking his diploma at Edin- 
burgh in 1817, entered the H.E.LC.K., Bomluy Presi- 
dency, provisionally, in 1818, and permanently in 1825, 
retired its Superintending Surgeon, Presidency Division 
and .Indian Navy, in 1855 j is a Magistrate for co. Ayr, 
This family usscrt their origin from iho Boyd* of Kil-| 
marnock, formerly Lords o( tho Barony ot West Kil- 
bride. Law Castle having been the principal messuage 
and Manor-place of th.- ancient Barony of West Kil- 
bride. - CV. luml, Kilbride, Largs, Ayrshire. 

BOYD, J ami;', Esq., ol Roslare House, co. 
Wexford. 

Eldest son of tlic lute Capt. James Jooolyn n.. v d. of 
Roslare IIouso(whi>rf, 18 en, l>j 1 «abel Ashmore, dim, of 
Major Cooper, of the 3/ilh ki.-t., and grandson of (he 

bite James Boyd. Ksq., Magistrate for CO, Wexford and 

High Sheriff in is.il, />. 1846; •*. his grandfather 
18,'i!). This family claim descent from the IJoyds of 
Kilmarnock, N.lli— llmlare // .»* , n ,.n\, r d. 
IMr I'm,, tilt brother Chnrti j , '•• IttlHi 

+BOYD, .1 niiN, Esq., of Duudunn EXounc, co, 
Londonderry, 
EMesj .-on of iho lute John llml, Esq . D.C.L.. ..f 

DltndimO House (who was J.I*. and M l,, furco, London- 
derry, and a Magistrate fur CO. Aninm, and Ml', for 



Coleraiue 1842-52 and 18.57-62), by Anne Arabella 
I dau. of the Rev. 11. Ilezlet, Rector of Killowen : ' 
! 1S24; s. 1S02. This family is of Scottish extraction. 

and was formerly seated at Bellei>le, co. Antrim. — J)t(n- 
i duan House, Coleraiue ; Carlton Club, S.W. 

BOY'D, Johx Robert, Esq., of Ballymacool, co. 
Donegal. 

I Eldest son of the late John Boyd. Esq., of Ballymacool. 
by Frances, 2nd dau. of the late Sir Samuel Hayes, 
Bart., of Drumboe Castle, co. Donegal; b. 1808; 
1836; m. 18.11 .Mary Louisa, eldest dau. of the Rev. 
William Knox, of Clonleigh. Educated at Trinity 
Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1825) ; called to the Irish Bar 1830*: 
is a J.P. andD.L. for co. Donegal (High Sheriff IS 15 i. 
This family descend from the Boyds, Earls of Kilmar- 
nock, in Scotland. — Ballymacool, Letter kc any . co. Low- 
gal; Stephen's Green, Dublin. 

BOYD, Mark, Esq., of Merton Hall, TV T igton- 
shire. 

Fourth son of the late Edward Boyd, Esq., of Merton 
Hall (who d. 1840) ; b. 1805 ; s. his brother \ Benjamin 
1851 ; m. 1848 Emma Anne, widow of Robert Coates, 
Esq., of Montagu Square, London (a West-India Pro- 
prietor). Mr. Boyd is lineally descended from Sir 
Thomas Boyd, of Kilmarnock, by Joanna, dau. of 
Sir John Montgomery, of Ardrossan. Of this family 
were Thomas, Lord Boyd, the celebrated Earl of Arran, 
consort of Princess Mary, dau. of James II. of Scot- 
land ; and William Boyd, the ill-fated Earl of Kilmar- 
nock, who suffered in tho rising of 1745. — Merton Hail, 
Wig/on, KB. 

Heir Pres., his brother John Christian Curwen, ft. 1812. 

+ BOYLAN, Thomas, Esq., of Hilltown, co. 
Meath. 

Only surviving son of tho late Thomas Boylan. Esq . 
of Hilltown ; b. 1813 ; his brother 1853 : wi. a dau. 
of Michael Thunder, Esq., of Lagore. Educated at 
Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is a Magistrate for cm. Bfcnth 
(High Sheriff 1802).— Hilltown House, Drogkeda, Ire- 
land. 

BOYLE, the Hon. BicnAKD Cavendish. 
Fourth son of Edmund, sih Earl of (\>rk and Orrery, 
by Isabella Henrietta, 3rd dau. of William Poyn 
Esq., of Midgham House. Berks; 1812; m. is I' 
Kleanor Verc, dau. of Alexander Gordon, Esq.. <•! 
Ellon Castle, co. Aberdeen. Educated at Eton and 
(Mi. eh, Oxford ( 15 A. 1833, M..V. 1830): appointed 
[lector of Marston 1830, Chaplain to the Queen 1817 
— Marston h'retory, Frome, Sonvrsct ; 1, Pnncr's Oat'. 
s.w. 

+ BOYLE, Capt Cayknimsii Spenckb. 
Younger son of the late Vice- Admiral sir Gountenuv 
Hoylo, IC.( ; .11 ., by Caroline Amelia, dau. of the hue 
William l'oyntz. Esq., of Mid-ham House, Berks; '■ 
18l»; iii. 1814 Itovo Susan, 2nd dau. of the late Li. ut 
•Jul, Charles Carbon Alexander, R.E., and has. with 
ot Iii r issUO) 

• ciiiit-nny Kilmnnd, ft. IMS, 
Mr. Ihiyle, who is o Dep. -Lieut, for Bucks, was f- r 
in. rly (apt. 48th Foot.- Mar-ton, Frame, &-mt r.« tthi • ■ 
Triu i lb r» Club, s.w. 

BOYLK, Patrick, Esq., of ShcwaJton, Ayr 
■liiro. 

Klllrst son of llu» bile Righl Hon. David Bole, .t 

Hhawnlton, by his t^t wife Riimbtth) elded da* 
(ho Wt4 A. MoOtgomerir, K*q . of Vnnn-k I/xLt. >■»' 

t Tlil> irenlteinnn l« nn|ipe»HI t.. lm\o l»vn MDAlmri In 1*1 ' ) 
the IlixtlVil of till I -lun.l n| i .ii i,l ill mmr. In Hh> s.mili --iiw«. •■" 
lainllng fruin hl< j in Ul thv ' \\ iuiiImw.' 



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\vr ii.-xl brother of Hugh, 12th Earl of Eglinton ; 
fc."j80fl ; a. 1853; m. 1830 Mary Frances, 2nd dan. of 
S r II. D- H. Elpbin&tpne, Bart., of Horn and Logie 
Kli.liinstone, and has, with other issue, 

« David, Commander B.N. ; b. 1833. 
Mr Boyle, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford 
i I! A. 1827, M.A. 1832), called to the Scottish Bar 
1S29, is a J. P. and D.L. for, and Convener of, co. Ayr, 
iiiid a Member of the Faculty of Advocates in Scotland 
(hut doe* not practise); was formerly Capt. Ayrshire 
VfOinanry Cavalry. This family are next in remainder 
i.) the Earldom of Glasgow, in default of tho male 
i-sueof the 4th Earl. — Sftcwalion, Irvine, N.B. ; Carl- 
tun Club, s.w. 

BOYLE. 

(See under Earls of Shannon, Cork, and Glasgow.') 

BOYNE, Viscount (Gustavus Frederic Hamil- 
ton-Russell). — Cr. 1717. 
Only son of Gustavus, 6th Viscount, by Harriet, only 
d.iu. of tho late Benjamin Baugh, Plsq., of Burwarton 
House, co. Salop; b. 1797; s. 1855; m. 1828 Emma 
Maria, dau. and heir of the late Matthew Kussell, Esq., 
of Brancepeth Castle, co. Durham (whose name he has 
assumed). Educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; 
sits in the House of Peers as Lord Brancepeth, U.K. 
(cr. 1866); is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Meath and 
Salop, and a Magistrate for eo. Durham. Descended 
from the 4th son of the 1st Baron of Paisley, ancestor 
of the Marquis of Abercorn. — Burwarton House, Bridg- 
north, co. Salop ; Stackallan, co. Meath ; Brancepeth 
Castle, Durham; Carlton and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; 
22, Be/grave Stjuare, s.w. 

Heir, his son Gustavus Russell, b. 1830; in. IMS Lady 
Katharine Frances Scott, tfrd dau. of John, 2nd Earl of 
Eldon, and has, with other issue, * Gustavus William, b. 
1864. 

BOYNTON", Sir Henry, Bart., of Burton 
Agnes, Yorkshire (cr. 1618). 
Eldest son of tho late Sir Henry Boynton, Bart., of 
Burton Agnes, bv Mary, dau. of the late Capt. Gray; 
l>. 1811; s. as 10th Bart. 1851; m. 1st 1833 Louisa, 
dau. of Walter Strickland, Esq., of Coltethorpe Park, 
Oxon; 2nd 1813 Harriet, dau. of Thomas Lightfoot, 
Ksq, of Sevonoaks, Kent. Educated at Durham Uni- 
versity ; is a J.P. and D.L. for the E. Riding of 
Yorkshire, and Patron of 1 living. — Burton Agnes Hall, 
llridtington ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

Iltif, his son Henry Sofficrvllle, b. 1811. 

HOYS, Henry, Esq., of The Oaks, Kent. 
Youngest son of tho late Edward Hoys, Ksq.,of Roches* 
tor (who d. 1842), by Mary Elizabeth, dau. of .1. Dan, 
Hwj., of Chilham, Kent; b. 1*803; m. 1884 Laura, 
youngest duu. of the late Thomas Collier, Esq., and has 
IHSUP, 

• tt«(ty, a Magistrate for Kent ; b. 1835. 
Mr. Boys, who is a J.P, anil D.I/, for Ken!, nnd a 
Major in tho Army, retired, was formerly in the 1st 
Life Guards, having previously served in the Queen's 
Dragoon Guards, and in the 75th and 12 th Foot, — The 
Vntti, L'pper JJcnl, IVatmer, Kent, 

Hi >YSE, Capt* Hknry Samit.i,, R.N., of B annow, 
(•<>. Wescford. 

Kldcst son of the late Henry FToldsWOrtll Hunt, Esq., 

• •I Wntorford, by Murgliret, dau. ofHumuel Boyse, ling . 

I>f H.itillow House; b. 1800 J •« Ins nn.le, the K,v \\ 
l! \-e, ISO 4; 1817 Emily, dan. of Got. Steele, of eo. 
Klldurp, Hfld has, witli other issue, 

• Henry Arthur, ihih. 

<'qt. ItnySP, who is a M.i:»istrnle for co. Wexford, it 

* "i i . 1! N. n t in d, ami I. on I of i he Manor of Dunnow, 

UIHrd tho name of Hoy no, in Inn of his patronymic 



on succeeding to the Bannow estate. This fantilv i* 
descended from Nathaniel, brother of Sir John 1'. 
of Bannington, Kent, who settled in Ireland beti 
1649. — Bannow House, yew Boss, co. Wexford. 

+ BRABAZOX, Hercules Brabazox, Esq., of 

Oaklands, Sussex. 
Younger son of the late Hercules Sharpe, Esq., of 
Oaklands (who d. 185-), by Anne Mary, eldest dau. of 
the lato Sir Anthony Brabazoa, Bart. ; b. 1822 ; s. 
1855. Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
18 U, M.A. 18-18) ; is a' Magistrate for Sussex ; ha 
assumed the name of Hrabazon by Pioyal licence, on 
inheriting from his elder brother the estate of Oaklands 
— Oaklands, Battle. 

Heir Pres., his sister Anne Sarah. 

BRABAZOX, Major Hugh, of Brabazon Park, 
co. Mayo. 

Son of the late Luke Higgins, Esq., of Custlebar. bv 
Catharine, sister and eventually heir of the late Sir 
Anthony Brabazon, Bart., of Brabazon Park, whose 
name he assumed ; b. 1800; m. 1827 Ellen Ambrosia, 
youngest dau. of the late Sir. "YV. H. Palmer, Bart., and 
has, with other issue, 

* John Palmer, 6. 1S43. 

Mr. Brabazon is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Mayo, and a 
Major in the Army ; was formerly Capt. loth Hussars. 
— Brabazon Park, Swineford, co. Mayo; United Scrvue 
Club, Dublin. 

BRABAZOX, James, Esq., of Mornington 
House, co. Meath. 
Eldest sou of tho lato William Brabazon. Esq , of 
Momington House, by Mary Letitia, dau. of M. De 
Vignolles, Esq., of Portarlingtoii ; b. 1S09; s. his uncle 
1830; m. 1882 Amelia, dau. of Sir Henry Austen, of 
Shalford House, Surrey, and has issue tin only son, 

• James Henry, la'e Lieut. 16th Foot; Ik 1 s l;l ; ,„. i-» 1857 
Rose Augusta, dun. of Geoigo Vandeleur, K*q.. of Baltyne* 
monn, eo. Limerick (she 1859) ; 2nd 1803 Helena Lewis, 
dau. of the late William P. Hodnett, Esq. 

Mr. Brabazon is a Magistrate for co. Meath. and was 
formerly Lieut. 75th Foot. This family is a yotingi r 
branch of that of tho Earl of Meath. — Mornington 
House, Drogheda, Meath. 

BRABAZON. (*ce under M,„/h. Eur! of.) 

BRABAZON-MOORE. (See Moon.) 

+ BRACK, Frmtcis Edward, Esq., of Catisfictd 
Lodge, Hampshire. 

Eldest son of the late Francis Hraee. Esq., and nephew 
of the late Vice- Admiral Sir Edward lino . . R.C.Tf. ; ft, 
18 — ; ». his uncle 1843. Is a Magistrate for Until*. 
This family were formerly of StansLatch. co. Hereford. 
— Catis/i<ld Lodge, ti'ar Fartham, Hants. 

BRACEBRIDGE, Charles Hour, Esq., «>f 
AUuTBtone Hall, Warwickshire. 
Only son of the late Abraham BmcebrMge, l'»q., <>f 
Atherstnne Hall, bv Mary Elitnbvth, on Is dau. and 
heir of Sir Charles Holla, Hurt, (ext.), of Aston Hall, 
co. Warwick; ft. 17'.'"; ». IMS) »>. 1821 S. linn, youngest 
dau. of William Mills, l'-q , of Uistcrnc, Hants Edu- 
catcd at Morton Coll., Oxford . i- a J.P. and D.L, f<»r 
en. Warwick, and a Magistrate fer co. t«ieeslrr. This 
family »ere. iriginallv i>i llrnc*bridgo, <>>. Lincoln , tin v 

were sen ted A.i>. I loo at Kingsbury, co WarwiiV 
(where tln v Will h»W property, r»nl churgr*1, and »n\> 
■anucntly nt Lindl< v, « •< Leicester, and at Athctvtone 

—Athiiflonr Hall, II am i, <.«/«irr . ,4/l- Hirnm CMS « w - 
Ifeit- I'm.. hl« «'<ii-r Mnrv I lotto, m isn't In r BMMM \\ •lt»r 

HMVFJ Dnmbrklge, i - i . of Morv»in« (whom net, 
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BRACEBRIDOE, Walter Henry, Esq., of 
Moreville Hall, Warwickshire, and Chet- 
wode Priory, Bucks. 
Only son of the late Walter Braeebridee, Esq., of 
Moreville, by Harriot, dau. of the late Henry Streat- 
fiold, Esq., of Chiddiiigstone Park, Kent ; b. I ~S 1 ; in. | 
1803 Mary Holte, dau. of tin- late- Abraham Brace- | 
bridge, Esq., of Atherstone Hall. co. Warwick, and ! 
grand-dau. of the late Sir Charles Holte, Bart,, of 
Aston-juxta, eo. Warwick (she d. 1SG6). For pedigree, 
&e., see Braeebridge of Atherstone. — Moreville Hall, 
Waruick ; Clutwodc Prior;/, JJackini/ham. 

BRACKENBURY, Edward Fexwick, Esq., of 
Skendlcby, Lincolnshire. 
Eldest son of the late Sir Edward BraekenLurv, Knt., 
K.T.S., of Skendlcby Hall, by his 2nd wife, Eleanor, 
dau. of Addison Fenwick, Esq., of Bishopwearmouih, 
and widow of the late W. B. Clark, Esq., of Belford 
Hall, Northumberland ; b. 1848 ; s. 1864. Educated at | 
Eton. The late Sir E. Brackenbury was a J. P. and 
D.L. for co. Lincoln, and a retired Lieut. -Col. in the 
Army. — Skendleby Hall, Spilsby, Lincolnshire. 
Heir Pres., his brother Arthur Charles, 6. 185'2.i 

BRACKENBURY, Henry Charles Versghoixe 
Julius, Esq., of Skremby Hall, Lincolnshire. 
Only son of the late Henry Brackenbury, Esq., of 
Skremby Hall, by his 2nd wife. Julia Charlotte Hare, 
youngest dau. of the late Robert Cropper, Esq., of 
Laeeby, eo. Lincoln ; b. 18G0 ; s. 1862 : is Lord of the 
Manor of Skremby. Descended from a common an- 
cestor with the Brackenburies of Skendleby Hall. 
■ — Skremby Hall, Spilsby. 

Heir Pres., his only sister Julia Gertrude Florence. 

BRA CKENRIDGE, George Charles, Esq., 
of Ashfield Park, co. Tyrone. 
Eldest son of the late Joseph Trimble, Esq., of Clogher, 
eo. Tyrone, Ireland; by Catherine, dau: of Thomas 
Smith, Esq,, of Lisnaskea, co. Fermanagh ; b. ISlo; g. 
1847. Educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin; called to 
the Irish Bar 18.'i9; is a Magistrate for cos. Tyrone 
and Fermanagh. Assumed the name and anus of 
Bruckonridgo, by Royal licence, in IS Hi. — Ashfield 
Park, Clogher, CO. Tyrone ; Lisbrakc, Florence Court, CO. 
Fermanayh ; Morrison's Hotel, Dublin. 

BRA DDE LL, Henry, Esq., of Montdeligo, co. 
Cork. 

Only, surviving son of the late Henry Braddell, Esq., 
of Muni Jelioo, by Janette, dau. of William Henry 
Robarts, Esq., of Llangollen ; b. \H\lii; .?. is.">.'i: ?m. 
1857 Laura N'oeinie, dan. of John Lees Annit. Esq., 
and Noemie de Tessier, Iiaronne de Margin Titles, and 
has issue, 

• Henry ArnHtcml, b, IS.'iR. 

Mr. Hrad lell, who is a Magistrate for co. Cork, was 
formerly Lieut. l'.Mh Foot. — Montdeligo, Ftrmoy, CO. 
Cork. 

-f BRADDELL, Henry, Esq., of Bullingatc, co. 
Wicklow. 

Son of the late Henry BrailJell, E»q., of Bullingate; b. 
18 — ; married, and litis issue, 

* WllHiun Wiiiiiwriciii. :> MuK'ntnile tor co, Wicklow, 

Mr. Braddell is a Jllngictruto lor cos Wexford ami 
Wicklow.- liutlitignfc, Cnrui-w. co, IVivtthw, 

BRADDELL, Thomas, Esq., of Goolmekgh, eo, 

Wexford. 

Eldest don of Ihe lain (ieor-e Ilrndd. II. F q, of | 

L'oolnu'lagh, by M try, tluu, of Jumi . Donovan, l q . -t 
Cheliows Park, Surrey; >,. 1807: «, 1838 m 1831 

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Anne, dau. of Alexander Donovan, Esq., of Eramfi.-h] 
Park, Sussex, and has, with other issue, 

• Thomas, ft. Is 11. 

Mr. Braddell, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin, is a Magistrate for cos. Carlow and Wexford. 
— Coolnic/agh, and Chcllov:s Park, i\cv:ioii:nbarr:j. <.,. 
Wexford. 

BRADDON, Roger Kixgdon, Esq., of Treglith, 
Cornwall. 

Third son of the late John Braddon. Esq.. of Treglith 
(a J. P. and D.L. for Cornwall), by Judith, dau. of the 
late Richard Kinndon, Esq., of Holsworthy, Devon ; I,. 
1807; 1857. Is Lord of the Manor of Downeckiiev. 
This family have been seated in Cornwall since the 
reign of Charles II. — Tregliih, Trtncglos, Lawnccston. 

+ BRADDON, William Clode, Esq., of Black- 
land House, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late William Braddon,. Esq., of 
Blackland House, and of Skisdon Lodge. Cornwall, by 
Hannah Maria, dau. of John Daniels, Esq.; b. 1800; 
in. 1840 Margaret Selina, dau. of John Wogan Patton, 
Esq., and has, with other issue, 

• William Clode, Ensiim 75th Foot ; ft. 1S43 ; m. 18G6 Barbara 
Elizabeth Maria, youngest dau. of the late Wm. Hunter 
Little, Esq., of Llanvair Grange, co. Monmouth. 

Mr. Braddon, who was educated at Haileybury Coll.. 
is a Magistrate for Cornwall ; was formerly in the 
E. I. Company's Civil Service ; represents a younger 
branch of the Braddons of Treglith. — Black/and House, 
Plympton St. Clary's, Plympton, Devon : Skisdon Lodgt, 
near Wadebriclge ; Old Park, Liskcard, Cornwall. 

BRADDYLL, Edward RICHMTTND- GALE-, 
Esq., of Leaminrrton, Warwickshire. 

Eldest son of the late Lieut. -Col. Braddyll. of Conis- 
head Priory, co. Lancaster (who d. 1862), by Frances, 
dau. of Charles Chester, Esq., of Chicheley Hall. 
Bucks; b. 1807; in. 18.'l6 Sophia Frances Anne. 2nd 
dau. of the late. William Hulton, Esq., of HllltOU. 
Park, co. Lancaster, and by her (who d. 1864 ) has, with 
other issue, 

• Henry John, ft. 1837. 

Mr. Braddyll is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster. 

— Leamington, Warwickshire. 

BRADDYLL, Edward SOTHEKON RICHMUND- 
GALE-, Esq., of Rock Perry, Cheshire. 
Second son of Edward Ilichmund-Gale-Braddyll, Esq . 
of Leamington, co. Warwick, by Sophia Frances Anne, 
2nd lau. of the late William Hulton, Esq., of Hul »l 
Park. co. Lancaster; h. 183$; m. 1SG1 Anne Cedlia. 
eldest dau. of Capt. Fdward AVillis, of Cbevemounl. 
Cheltenham, and has. with other issue, * Hubert 
Edward, b. 1801. — Roek Ftrry, Chrsbire. 

BRADFIELD, James BraopiklD SANDERS-, 
Esq., of Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. 

Fldest son of the late James Bmdfleld Sanders, 1"- | . 
of Stoke FetTy (who d. 1807), by Mary, dan of — Jtrcl- 

m Id, Esq, ; iso:i ; hmUniM the name ol his materntd 

grandfalher Oil KUCOeCllillR to this property. Is a J.I', 
and P L. for Norfolk, and L>rd of the Manor* of Stole 
Ferry and Wrettoll. — The Hall, Stole Ftrry, Xo-.iuh. 

BRADFORD, Earl of (OrtjwdoGborqk Cbamw 
Unimn man. P C.). — Cr. LB15. 
Fid. st s,„i of Qc-jr-re. 2nd Earl, l y hit 1st wife ti.or 
(jinn EliudiLth, only dau. of the late sir Thomntt 

creirt'e, Halt.; b. 1810; (t. 1 SC.*. ; ,„. 1S44 ll«o lion 
Si bun Louisa, youur>i st dau. of ( 'ceil. Is| bml lon-ler 

Educated at Itarniw and Trinity Coll., CtmUrid-r* 

l M..V. 1810), In a D.L for .O.Warwick, a .IP and l> L 
for co. Salop, C ipt. S Salop Y< oiimnry Cavalr-. l.i.m • 



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CI. Salop Rifle Volunteers, and Patron of 12 livings ; 
was M.P. lor .S. Shropshire 1812-5.3, ami Vice-Chamber- 
lain of the Household in 1852, and again 1S5S-9 ; 
was sworn a Privy Councillor on first accepting office. 
— H elton rarlc, Shiffnal, Shropshire ; Castle JBrontwieh, 
Warwickshire; Newport Lodye, Melton Mowbray ; 30, 
Wilton Crescent, s.w. 

Heir, his son, George Cecil Orlando, Viscount Newport; 
educated, at Harrow and Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; M.P. 
for N. Salop ; late Lieut. 1st Life G-uardd ; b, 1S45. 

BRADFORD, Robert, Esq., of Franks, Kent. 
Second son of the late Rev. Robert Bradford, of W61- 
borough, Devon, by Mary, dau. of AV. Baker, Esq., of 
Iliehweek, Devon ; b. 1800 ; m. 1837 Emeline, dau. of 
William Dicker, Esq., of ' Burrough Hay,' Devon, 
and by her (who d. 1807) has, with other issue, 

• Robert, b. 1S39. 
Mr. Bradford, who is a Magistrate for Kent and a Mer- 
chant in London, is descended directly from the family 
of John Bradford the Martyr ; he purchased this pro- 
perty in 1800 from the family of Ray. — Franks, Far- 
ninyham, Dartford. 

BRADLEY, Robert Greene, Esq., of Slyne 
House, Lancashire. 
Only son of the late Robert Bradley, Esq., of Slyne, by 
Margaret, dau. of Thomas Greene, Esq., late of Slyne : 
b. 1788; s. 1825; m. 1820 Lydia, dau. of the "late 
Francis BoyDton, Esq., formerly of Hutton Lodge, co. 
York (she d.s.p. 1 836). Mr. Bradley, who was called 
to the Bar at Gray's Inn 1814, called to the Bench 
1837, appointed Treasurer 1839, and admitted to 
Bench Chambers 1852, was formerly a Commissioner 
of Bankrupts for the district of Lancaster ; he is a 
Magistrate for co. Lancaster. — Slyne House, Bolt on -le- 
Sands, Lancaster ; Gray's Inn, w.c. 

+ BRADSHAIGH, William, Esq., of Knapna- 
porran, co. Tipporary. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. P. Bradshaiph, Rector of 
Dysart, &c, by Catherine, dau. of the Rev. R. Arm- 
strong; b. 1827 ; s. 1818. Is Lord of the Manor of 
Knapnagorran. — Knapnayorran, Tip piracy. 
Heir prei,, his brother Robert Armstrong, b. 1829. 

HRADSHAW, FRANCIS, Esq., of Barton Hall, 
Derbyshire. 

F.ldest son of the late Francis Bradshaw, Esq., of 
Hill'lon Hall, by Elizabeth, 4th dan. of Sir Hubert. 
WiJmot, Hart , of Chaddesdon, co. Derby ; h. 1800 . S. ] 
lull: m. 1823 Mary Ann.', dau. of Robert Holden, 

Esq , of Nultall Temple, Notts, and lias issue, 

• Francis, ,J.P. unci D.L. for co. Derby ; h. 1SJ7. 
.Mr. BriulljliaWj who was educated at St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge, is a J.P, ami D.L. for Derbyshire (High 
Sheriff 1851).— Barton Hall, Derby. 

HRADSHAW, Frank, Esq., of Abshot House, 
Hants. 

Rfcrind surviving son of the lato Cant, James Brad* 
flmw, H.N., M.I'., by Eliza, dan. m' the late Jhhn 
Hhl)jrovo, Esq., of Abshot, Hants, and Cardiff 11. ill. 
Jamaica; b. 1821; s. his brother, Henry Bradshaw, 
l-^l . ot Liftoo 1'avk, I)i voasinre, mi ins rc-assuminc 
(he name of Hradshuw, 1600; W. 18»8 UmmcHnr, 2nd 
d in of ti„, |;,. V Riyhnrd Duller, Ituctor ot Lauroath, 
' orllwall, and 1ms, with other (suite, 

* Jatnei Duller, h, Igii i. 
Mr, RriicUhaw, who is a Magistrate for Hants, [a „ 

•I'Vindant of Thomas Bradshaw, R»q, {><. 1738), 
•t.irv to fhfl Treasury ill tllO Dukfl of (Iralion's 
'-trv. • - Aftfhot Hnum, Tilch/ir/,/, llant.i, <h/,o-d 



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I + BRADSHAW, John, Esq., of KnowU-, 
Surrey. 

Eldest son of the late J. Bradshaw, Esq. ; b. IS !- 

a Magistrate for Surrey (High Sheriff 18G5). — Kmm-Ie 
Cranky, Guildford, Surrey. 

BRADSHAW, the Rev. Joseph, of Milecross, 
co. Down. 

Son of the late Robert Bradshaw, Esq., of Mile-cross, 
by Anne, dau. of H. Moore, Esq. ; b. 1819 ; s. 1853 ; 
m. 1851 Jane Annabella, dau. of the late Rev. William 
Richardson, Vicar of 1'Vrry Fryston, co. York. Edu- 
cated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1845, ordained 
1846); is a Magistrate for co. Down. This famiiy is 
descended from James Bradshaw, who held a commis- 
sion in the Parliamentary army, under Oliver Crom- 
we.ll. — Milecross, Neictoicnards, co. Down. 

BRADSHAW, Thomas, Esq. 

Eldest son of the late J. H. Bradshaw,. Esq., by 
Catherine, dau. of Richard Stuart, Esq.; b. 1824; s. 
1845 ; m. 1st 1847 Frances Catherine, only dau. of 
Henry, 14th Viscount Hereford, and some time Maid 
of Honour to the Queen; 2nd 1860 Emily Isabella, 
only child of Col. Frederick Halkett, late Coldstream 
Guards; he has by the former, with other issue, 

* Victor Alexander, b. 1848. 
Mr. Bradshaw, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1863, 
was Capt. in the 2nd Regiment of Lancashire Militia 
1851-6. He claims descent from Uchtred, the Saxon 
thane, and represents, in the male line, the ancient, 
family of Bradshaw, co. Lancaster. — The Cedars, 
Hampton, Middlc.-cx, k.c. 

BRADSTREET, Sir John Valentin r, Bart., of 
Olontarf, co. Dublin (cr. 1759). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Simon Bradstreet, Bart., of 
Castilla, co. Dublin, by Clare Margaret, dau. of John 
Murphy, Esq., of Dublin; b. 1815"; s. as 5th Hart. 
1853 ; wi. 1836 Joscfa, dau. of Don Vinccnta Xavier do 
Vinuesa, of Burgos, Spain. Is a Magistrate tor co. 
Dublin. — Castilla, Clonlarf, co. Dublin, 

Heir Pres.. his brother Edmund Simon, h. 1820; m. Isjfi 
Emily, dull, of Central do Gajft, cf Pan, South ol France 

BRADY, Sir Francis, Knt. (cr. 1861). 

San of the bite James Brady, Esq., of Saran, co. 
Meath ; b. 1809 ; m. 1839 Kale. dau. of David Lynch, 
Esq., of Dublin. Educated at Trinity Coll.. Dublin 
(HA. is:i,,); called to the Irish Bar 1836, appointed 
1817 Chief Justice of Newfoundland, and holds a Com- 
mission as Judge of tho Court of Vice-Admiralty at 
Newfoundland — Si. John's, Scirfoundland. 

BRADY, the Right Hon. Mazif.hf, of Hazel- 
brook, co. Dublin. 

Second son of the lato Francis T. Brady, Esq., of 
Willow Park, co. Dublin, by Mary. dim. ot' \Y. lb-lc- 
pon. Esq ; b. 179. r ); ni. 1st 1823 M:\rv Anne, dau. of 
B. Buchanan, Esq. (ehe d. 1858); 2nd I860 Mary, 2nd 
dau. of the Uiaht Hon. John Hatched, of rVwrtd 'i 
HOURS, to. Duliltn , he has, by the former, 

• Motion, UiirristPT-at-Liiw ; b.\*il. 
The Judge, who was educated at Trinity Coll.. Dublin 
( lb A 1810, M.A. 1819). and called to' the Irish lUr 

1819, was appointed Solicitor-Uenenil for Inland 
18:)", AUorney-Cenerul 1830, Cldel ltar.ni tin trii>h 

ExcluqUer 1840; wa- lx<nl Chancellor of Inland 
1816-52, 1S.V1-8. and 1859 tic —//,<.-, ,7, /,. Dublin , 
'J(>, I'pptr Pembroke Stntt, Ultbtin, 

BRADY, Dssr* Caclfcild, Esq., ofNcwry. 

Eldest ton of the late l>. Urudv, \'.^\ , of N. »rv. I>v 
n dntti of — - OtUlfl* Id, Esq., h, 1800. E.lu.atod at 

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Trinity Coll., Dublin ; is ;i Magistrate for cos. Armagh 
and Down; was M.P. for Newry 1835-7. — Newry, co. 
Down. 

BRADY, John, Esq., of Ely, Cambridgeshire. 

Eldest son of the late Tobias Brady, Esq., of co. Cavan, 
by Margaret, dau. of John Brady, Esq.; b. 1812; m. 
1817 Sarah, dau. of the late John'Kayner, Esq., of Ely, 
co. Cambridge, and by her (who d. 18G0) has issue, 

* Tu'o daughter's. 
Mr. Brady is a Member of the Royal Coll. of Phy- 
sicians, a Member of the Coll. of Surgeons, and a 
Magistrate for co. Leitrim, for which he has been M.P. 
since 1852. — Ely, Cambridgeshire; 1, Warwick Tefraee, 
s.w. 

+ BRADY, John, Esq., of Johnstown, co. Fer- 
managh. 

Son of the late J. Brady, Esq., of Johnstown ; b. 1812. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1801). 
— Johnstown, Clones, co. Fermanagh. 

BRADY, John Beacchamp, Esq., of Myshall, 
co. Carlow. 

Son of the late Henry Brady, Esq., of Limerick (who 
d. 1803), by Sarah, dau. of — Pearson, Esq. ; b. 1797; 
m. 1825 Jane Harriet, 3rd dau. of the late Sir Rupert 
George, Bart., and has, with other issue, 

« John Cornwall, late 2?.rd R. W. Fusiliers ; 6. 1827 ; m. 18-13 
Elizabeth Susan, dau. of the late Thomas Henry Watson. 
Esq., of Lnmclone, co. Carlow, C'apt. t'arlow Militia, and 
has, with other issue, * John Beaucuauip, 0. l«5-j>. 

Mr. Brady, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Oxford, 
is Magistrate for co. Carlow (High Sheriff 1853). — My- 
shall Lodge, Carlow. 

BRAGGE, Capt. John Arthur, of Sadborow, 
Dorset. 

Eldest son of the late Col. William BracrL'e. of Sad- 
borow (who was a J. P. and D.L. for Dorset, High 
Sheriff 1853, a Col. in the Army retired, and formerly 
an Officer in the 3rd Light Dragoons \. by Margaret, 
2nd dau. of the late James Ooodeve Sparrow. Esq., of 
Gosfield Place, Essex; h. 1835; #. Educated at 

Harrow; entered the Army in 1663; served in the 
Crimea; is Capt. Ith Dragoon Guards, Lord of the 
Manors of Thorncombe and Burst ork, and Patron of 1 
living. This family have been sealed at Sadborow sinep 
the reign of Elizabeth. — Sadborow, Chard; Halcig/i 
Club, w. 

Uetr Prdt., hiit brother. 

BRAIL A, Sir P.6TER Akmim, ("i.C.M.G. (cr, 
lH.Vi). 

Ts President of the Legislative Assembly of the Ionian 
Islands. — Corfu, 

+ BRAILS FOItn.SAMUKf., Esq., tjf Toftt Qronge, 
Lincolnshire. 
Eldest son of tie late Thorna-* Rmilsford, Esq,, of Toft 
Grange (who was n J.P. and D.L, tor eo. Eilicnltl), \i\ 

his 1st wit", Antic, dau. of Janus Shuploy, E- |. ; 
1820; .i. 1806, Tins family were formerly tented nl 
Bolsover and Smith Nonnniitdn, co. Derby.— — 7««/V 
Grange, Horiieatt/c, LitKohlnhirt, 

BEA1THWAITE, Okokok Vi kr, Esq , of Stock 
Park, Lancashire, uiul Ktitckh'y, Lviivi*tor« 
sliil'O. 

Second Boll of tit* 'a'" Ili'Vi llk'hlird [•Urns, of l'.ditli- 
weslon II. ill, eo IttltllUld, I'rlitiill, en, Lincoln, and 
Waki'l'o Id Lodge, CO York, some linn KeClor of Edith- 
woxlnn (who rf, 1 8 10), by Miify Dnrothy, i lit u of the 

ReV, JllCTjll I'hIIi'.t C. •|,.|. i i.lie, Ue,t..r ©I W. i,-|. v, . .. 
York; />. li'il; til. 1 8 til KinHy, dau. of the K,v. 
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Richard Stephens, of Belgrave, co. Leicester, and >,... 
with other issue, 

« Richard George, b. 1843. 
Mr. Braithwaite, who was educated at the Royal Mi 
tary Coll., Sandhurst, assumed the name of Braithw.i • 
in lieu of Lucas, under the will of the late Miss br.i ■ 
waite, of Stock Park, co. Lancaster. — StackUy, L-U-... 
tir ; Stock Park, Milnthorpe. 

+ BRAMAH, the Rer. Joseph West, of Darin-;, 
ton Prioiy, Kent. 
Son of the late — Bramah v Esq. ; h. 1821; m. Ifuvs 
Emma Maria, dau. of the late — ■ Holt, Esq., of 
ton Priory. Educated at Merton Coll., Oxford (B..\ 
1814, M.A. 1850) ; is Minister of Daviugton ; wa, f, r . 
merlv of Ashley, Herts. — Davington Priory, Favershain, 
Kent. 

BRAMHALL, Rev. John, B.A., of Terrington 
-St.- John, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of Thomas Bramhall, Esq., of Tamworth, 
co. Stafford, by Sophia, dau. of the late John Robins, 
Esq., of London and Norwood, Middlesex; 6. 1809 : m 
1841 Clara Elizabeth, dau. and co-heiress of the late 
Charles Dobree Gilchrist, Esq., of Suubury, Middlesex 
but has no issue. Mr. Bramhall, who was educatid ai 
Repton School and Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 18G2u- 
a Magistrate for Norfolk, Vicar of Terrincrton St.-John 
and Rural Dean of Lj-nn Marshland. — Terrington .V.. 
John's Vicarage, Lynn, Norfolk. 

BRAMLEY-MOORE, John, Esq., of Aigburtli, 
Lancashire, and Lanlgey Lodge, Bucks. 
Son of the late Thomas Moore. Esq.. formerly of Letds , 
b. 1800; m. 1820 Seraphina, dau. of William Penned, 
Esq., and has, with other issue, 

• William Joseph, in Holy Orders. M.A. of Trinity Coil- 
Cambridge, and encumbent of Oerard'a Cross, Bucks; * 
1831 ; m. 1805 Eliza Bradsbaw, 3rd dau. of Swiufen Gordon, 
E>q., of Liverpool, and has witti other issue, * a 
18tifi. 

Mr. Bramley-Moore, who assumed the additional nanu - 
of Bromley by Royal licence 1840, is a Merchant .it 
Liverpool (of which he was Mayor 18491. a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Lancaster, and a Magistrate for Bucks : he 
was M.P. for Maldon 1854-0, for Lincoln 1862-5. 
— Aiqburih, near Liverpool; Lnngley Lodge, Gcrran~< 
Cross, Burks ; Carlton and Conservative Clubs, s.w. ; 
Hi, King Street, St. James's, s.w. 

BTC AMSTOX, the Rev. John. 

Younger son of the latn Thomas G. Bramston. Es ) . 
M.P., of Skreens, by Maria Anne. dau. of William 
lllaauw, Esq,, of Queen Anne Street, London ; ft. 1801 
nt, 1st. 18.T2 Clara Sandford. dau. of the late Sir NichoUH 
Irani (she </. 1841): 2nd 1845 Anna. 2nd dau. of tie" 
lute Osgood fianbury, Esq., of Holtield Orange, Essex, 
and has, by the former, with other i-stie, 

• .lohn Trnnt, M.A. ef Xew COM,, Oxford , n. IR42. 

Mr. Hramston, who was educati d at Winchester Rl I 
Oriel Coll., Oxford ( B.A, 1821. M.A I82li>. and was f<« 
some time Fellow of Exeter Coll.. is a Magistrate t ,r 
Essex; Appointed Vioaf of <ir-.it Btiddnw, Essex. is.;i. 

Of WithnO) 1840.- Hitham I'icariigr, £wKvr, 

BRAMSTON, Thomas William, Esq., of 
Skreens, Essss 

Eldest non of the late ThomftS GardtltSf Bramston. Bsa • 

of Skreeni (who m» M l', tor Eases 1890-1), bv Marw 

. Annc.diui.ot Willuim Hl.ia'iw. Esq .of i,i,i.- n Ann. StfTrt 
L.ndon; A 1 7 « » « > ; ». in.tl; tH, I63U Kliztv, • ; h dau ■ 

(Hi-heir of thtj late Admiral Sir El 1Kb llarvev. O.C l ! • 
M P , of |io||v I'.irk. I'.sxex. and h.\«. with other issue 

• Tlennn* ItsfVtr, C«pt, STtll M»Ut»-CnL OSMlSdtST Onsrl'. 
RIM n J.P, iitid li 1,. (nr Ki pi | ^. IHU ; m. I»M H«W»n« 
Mill v», ilnn. of Hip Imp T lie. ml. (II, L«| , ol KUli) II" 1 ' 
co. VoiK.iimI niilillrswnrUl NelielW 



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Mr. Braniston, who was educated at Winchester and 
Ch. Ch., Oxford, and afterwards Fellow of All Souls 
(B.A. 1819, M.A. 1823), is a J.P. and D.L. for Essex, 
and Patron of 2 livings ; was M.P. for Smith Essex 
ls:jo-ti-3. This family has been seated in Essex since 
the reign of Charles 1., anil many of its members have 
represented that county in Parliament. — Skreens, Chelms- 
ford; Carlton and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. 

BRAMSTON-STANE. (See Stone.) 

BRAMWELL, Sir George William Wilsheke, 
Kut. (cr. 1856). 

Son of George Bramwell, Esq., Bankpr of London ; b. 
1808 ; m. 1830 Jane, dau. of Bruno Silva, Esq. Called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1838, and went the Home 
Circuit; made a Queen's Counsel 1851; appointed a 
Baron of the Exchequer 1856. — 3, Old Palace Yard, 
Westminster, s.w. 

BRAMWELL, Henry, Esq., of Hardwicke 
Hall, co. Durham. 
Eldest son of the late Christopher Bramwell, Esq., of 
Hardwicke Hall (who was a J.P. and D.L. for co. Dur- 
ham), by Mary, dau. of Henry Addison, Esq., of Penrith, 
Cumberland; b. 1828; 5. 1866.— Hardwicke Hall, Firry 
Hill, co. Durham. 

BRAMWELL, Thomas Salkeld, Esq., of En- 
field House, Durham. 
Son of the late Thomas Bramwell, Esq., of Enfield 
House, by Fanny, dau. of Joseph Salkeld, Esq., of Holm 
Hill, Cumberland; b. 1836; s. 1865; m. 1866 Lilian 
Margaret, youngest dau. of the late Henry Shum Storey, 
Esq., of Arcot Hall, Northumberland. — Enfield House, 
Gateshead, Durham. 

BRANCEPETH, Lord. (See Boyne, Viscount.) 

+ BRANCKER, William Hill, Esq., of Green- 
field, Lancashire. 
Second son of the Late Sir Thomas Br;incker, of Liver- 
pool (who was a .Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and who 
d. 1856), bv Eliza Jane, 2nd dau. of William Hill. E^q., 
of Denton Hill, CO. Lancaster ; b. 1815 ; m. 1816 11.1, u 
Grant, 4th dau. of Donald Stewart, Esq., of Luskintyre, 
Isle of Harris. Is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster. 
— Greenfield, Billinge, Wiyan. 

•f BRAND, Sir CHRISTOFFEL JoSEPHOS, Knt. (cr. 

1860). 

Is Speaker of the House of Assembly at the Cape of 
Good Hope. — Cave Town, South African 

BRAND of Glynde. (See under Darn; Lord.) 

BRANDUR, the Rev. Gcstavus, of Somerford 
Grunge, Hampshire. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Coventry Brander, ("apt. 
of Dragoons (who d. 18(H), by Anna Elizabeth, dau. of 
Admiral Billiard, of Cut. s Hall, co. York ; >>. I M.IS ; ». 
Iiis cousin, John Spie. r, Esq., IB/SO. Mr. Brander, who I 
wis educated nt L'ton and Hnliol Coll., Oxford (R \ 
1861), entered Holy Orders iti 1805. This famil) is ol 
Swedish extraction.- Sbtlttrford (iraiufi; ChrwtckttrchA 
Hants. 

Htlr Pre$., his brother William Maxwell, tloui Mth Foot; 
6. IM, 

BRANDRETH, CtUBiiBB, Esq., late of St. 

Osytll, Essex. 

Ynungesl son of tin' late James V. Urnndreth, Ksq . of 

I i> iTpnul , //. 1K27. III. 18.ll I 'll/a. ViolMl.r. |- d:IU. o| ill.. 

late William l\ N'j-siei, Bsq., of St. <» vlli PriurjM 



Educated at Eton and Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; i% a 
J.P. and D.L. for Esses; formerly Lieut, m t.;. Kli 
Light Dragoons. — Army and Navy Club, s.w. 

BRANDRETH, Henry Cheknocke Gibbs, Esq., 
of Houghton Hall, Beds. 
Only son of the late Humphrey Brandreth. E-q.. of 
Houghton Hall, by Emma Jemima Barbara, dau. of the 
late Lieut.-Col. Charles Hervey Smith, of Apsley [louse, 
near Woburn, Beds; b. 1S<36; s. 18G4. The late Mr. 
Brandreth was a Magi: trite for Beds, Bucks, and Herts 
(High Sheriff of Beds li t9), aud Lay Impropriator of 
Houghton Regis; he' succeeded to the Bedfordshire, 
Devonshire, and Cornwall estates of his maternal uncle, 
the late Henry Brandreth. Esq., J.P. and D.L., in 1S !H, 
when by Royal licence he took the surname of Brand- 
reth in lieu of his patronymic, Gibbs. — Houghton Hall, 
Houghton Rigis, Dunstable, Beds. 

Hair Pres., hia vmcle Robert Gibbs. Esq., 5.1609; m. 1836 

Mary, dau. of the late Capt. James Maclauchlan, B.E., and 

has, with other issue, *Kobert, b. ISol. 

BRANDRETH, Thomas Shaw, Esq., F.R.S., of 
Worthing;, Sussex. 
Second son of the late Joseph Brandreth, Esq., M.D., of 
Liverpool (who d. 181.5"), by Catherine, dau. of John 
Pilkington, E«q., of Bolton-le-Moors, co. Lanea>ter : b. 
1788 ; m. 1822 Harriet, 4th dau. of Ashton Byrom, 
Esq., of Liverpool, and has, with other issue, 

* Thomas, Capt. It.N., Private Secretary at the Admiralty : 
b. 18-25 ; m. I860 Madeline, 4th dau. of A. Cohan, Esq., of 
Thorncroft, Leatherhead. 

Mr. Brandreth, who was educated at Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1810. M.A. 1813), and was 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 181b. is a Magis- 
trate for Susses. — 15, St'yne, Worthing, Sussex ; Uni- 
versity Club, s.w. 

BRANFILL, Mrs., of Upminster Hall, Essex. 
Dau. of the Rev. Anthony Egerton Hammond (2nd 
son of William Hammond, Esq.. of St. Alban s Court, 
Kent), widow of the late Champion Edward Biantill, 
Esq., of Cpniinster Hall (who d. 1844), by whom she 
has, with other issue, * Benjamin Aylett, Capt. 86tll 
Regt., and Deputy-Assistant Quartermastor-Gi neral in 
Dublin, formerly Lieut, loth Hussars; /». 1828; 
1S..7 Mary Anna, dau. of Capel Miers. Esq., of Peter- 
stone Court, co. Brecon, and has, with other issue, 
* Cliampion Edward, b. 1808. — UjpfHinStct Hail, fcsix. 

BRANFILL. (See RmseU.) 

BRANTON-DAY, Runt, Esq., of Micklefield 
Green and Sarrntt Hall. Herts. 

Eldest >-oii of the late Thomas Day liranton-D.iy, Esq.. 
of Micklefield and Sarrati Hall (who assumed filename 
of Day on inheriting this property from his grandfather, 
Thomas Day. Esq.), by H. Jen Wilson, dau. of the late 
D. Smith. Esq.. of Montrose, N.B.,andgrcat-gmnade>u. 
of the lute .Sir W illiam Nicholson, Hart., of Glcnbervio 

House, Kincardineshire, N il.; A. IMS: 1868. Edu- 
cated at Harrow. — MuK'iiield Grim, liukwanstmrth, 
11 rts. 

ffttr Prn., hi* In-other Itonnlii, ft. ls|9. 

r HKASir.it. K i i.n kk, Esq., of BaUyelHs, co 

Cork. 

Eldest son of the Into Brooke llr.i^ier, l'-q , of Rillvcl- 
lis. by Ellen, dm. and co-heir of Henry Mitchell, E«q , 
of Mitchellsfurt, e... Cork; b. Imiu, >«. UU Miry, 
dau. of Jam.- • ( i riffln, 1'.-)., of I'oynes, co. L. men. k, 
an I has, with other issue, 

• Brooke, h. i*J7. 

Mr. Dneief, win. is a Magistrate for Oo, Limerick, ivprr- 
Niibi an rl.lrr branch of the family of BmeierMJivA^th, 

of CrvAgh Citsllt (Whom ».o). — Balli/rllm, AAuV.k, . 
Cork. 

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BRASIER-CREAGH, Geokoe Washington, 
Esq., of Creagli Castle, co. Cork 
Fifth son of the lute Kiluer Brasier, Esq., of Castle 
Connell, co. Limerick (Lieut. IStli Light Dragoons), by 
Mary, dau. of the late John Creagh, Esq., M.D., of Don- 
eraile, co. Cork; h. 1787 ; s. 1827 ; m. 1V22 Anne, clan, 
of the late Rev. Bartholomew Pack, Rector of Ettagh, j 
Kite's Co., and grand-niece of the late Sir Dennis Pack, j 
K.C.B., of Bagnalstown, co. Carlow, and has, with other j 

issue, 

• William .Tolir^n, b. 1826. 

Mr. Brasier-Creagh, who is a Magistrate for co. Cork, 
was formerly an Officer in the Royal Navy. — Creagh 
Castle-, Doniraih, co. Cork; Doiwuyhmore, Coachford, 
eo. Cork. 

+ BRASSEY, George, Esq., of Green Hall, 
Herts. 

Son of the late G. Brassey, Esq., of Bramfield : h. 1800. 
Is a Magistrate forllerts and the Liberty of St. Alban's. 
— Gran Hall, Bramfield, Hertford. 

BRASSEY, Thomas, Esq. 

Eldest son of Thomas Brassey, Esq., of London, by 
Maria, dan. of T. Ilarrison, Esq., Merchant, of Liver- | 
pool; 4.1836; m. 18G1 Anna, dau: of John Allnut. j 
Esq., of Berkeley Square. Educated at Rugby and | 
University Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1859, M.A. 1801) ; is a 
Director of several eminent commercial companies; was j 
M.P.forPevonport June-July, 18G5. — Residence: Beau- 
port, Battle, Sussex; Reform Club, s.w. ; -1, (iruit 
George Street, s.w. 

BRAY, Cecil Nicholas, Esq., of Langford Hill, 
Cornwall. 

Only son of the late Richard Burdon Bray, Esq., of 
Strutton, Cornwall, bv Marv, dau. of Thomas Svmons, 
Esq., of Launcells ; b. 1804; s. 1826; m. 1831 "Mary, 
dau. of John Abraham, Esq., and has issue, 

• Cecil, b. 183/;. 

Mr. Bray, who was educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford, is 
a Magistrate for Cornwall and Devon. — - Langford Hill, 
Ma rha mch urch, Com iva 1 1. 

BRAY, Reginald, Esq., of Shere, Stirrer. 

Eldest surviving son of the late Edward Bray, Esq., of 
Shere (who d. 1811), by Mary Ann Catherine, dau. of 
Daniel Malthas, Esq., of Albury, Surrey (sister to the 
celebrated writer on population) ; ft,1707 ; s. his brother 
I860; m. 183(5 Prances, dau. of I he late Thomas Norton 
Longman, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

• Reginald .More, b. Ih:is. 

Mr. Bray is Lord of the Manor of Shore. This family ] 
have been settled at Shere for nearly 4t>0 years, the 
estate ami manor having been granted to Sir Reginald I 
Bray by Henry VI I. — shire, Guildford, Surrey*. 

+ BRAY, Thomas Blakkway, Esq., ofDarwell 

Bunk, Sussex. 
Son of the. lata T. Bray, Esq., of Harwell Bank; b. 
1810. Is a Magistrate for Sussex. — Darwell Bank, 
Root rlshridge, Sussex. 

BRAYBR00K12, Lord (Charles Cornwamis 
Nkvii.k).- Cr. I7s:{. 

Eldest surviving son of Richant, 3rd I/ird (who <l. 
1858), by l ady .lane, dan. of Oniric*, '2nd Marquis 
Coniwallis; ft. 1823 j s, hi« limther lHfil , m, ism the 

Hon. l'loreiiei' Prist'illfl Win., M Hide, 3rd d.oi. ol Onrtl" 

walli*, 8rd Vi-omni Ituwurdeii. His lordship) who 
wni eduVati tl in f'ton and M iffdivlon Coll , Cambridge 
(M.A. 1H4A), is n ,1 r. and 1 1 L, for Us«ex, late Hoe- 
l.ientennnt of that county, Hereditary Visitor of Mug" 
dulen Coil, Cambridge, ford ol the Manor of Audley 
Lad i ami I'utron of livings j was fonncrh an Officer 
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in the 17th Essex Volunteers. — A»dley End. S ■' , 
Wnlden, Essex ; He yd on House, Boyston ; BiV'.n , . - 
Wokingham, Berks ; Travellers' Clao, s.w.; 42, L'jipcr 
Brook Street, w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Latimer (Ke\\). Hector of Haj 
and Master of Magdalen Coll., Cambridge; 6. 18a;'; ... 
1833 Lucy Frances, eldest dau. of John Le Marc 
Thomas, E?q., of Sea View, Isle of Wight, and has, with 
other Issue, *Heury, b. 1655. 

BRA YE, the late Baroness (Sarah Otwat-Caye). 
— Cr. 1529. 

Only dau. of the late "Sir Thomas Cave, Bart, (who 
was lineal heir and representative maternally of the 
1st Lord Brave), by Sarah, dau. and co-heir of John 
Edwards, Esq.; b. 1766; s. 1S39; m. 1790 Henry 
Otway, Esq. (who d. 1815); resumed the name of 
Cave 1818; Patronage 2 livings. This Barony w.-*. 
in abeyance from 1557 until called out in 1S39 in 
favour of the Baroness, who d. 1S62, leaving issue four 
daus., co-heirs to the title: viz., the Hon. Maria : the 
Hon. Anne, m. the Rev. H. K. Richardson ; the Hon. 
Katharine (Dowager Countess Beauchamp) ; and the 
Hon. Henrietta, m. 1841 the Rev. Edgeil Wyatt-Edgell, 
and has, with other issue, * Edmund Yerney, * b. 1845. 
— Stan ford Hall, Lutterworth, Leicestershire ; 14, Gnat 
Stanhope Street, w. 

BREAD ALBAXE, Earl of (John Aiexandee 
Gavin Campbell). — Cr. 1077. 

Only son of the late William John Lamb Campbell, 
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Glenfalloch, co. Perth (who d. 
1850), by Rosanna-Campbell, youngest dau. of the 
late John Doughty, Esq., of co. Salop; b. 1824 : s. his 
kinsman, John, Gth Earl (and 2nd Marquis), 1862 ; m. 
1850 Mary Theresa, dau. of J. Edwards, lisq., of 
Dublin. Is a Magistrate for eo. Perth : was formerly an 
Officer in the Arm}-. Represents a branch of the Dui al 
house of Argyll. — Taymovth Castle, Aherfcldy, Birth- 
shire ; Castle Kilchitrn, Ardmaddy, and Forest House of 
G/enqu/tay, Argyllshire : Glevfalloch, Arrpchar, Glas- 
gow; Auchmorc House, Perth, S.B.; Carlton Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son Gavin, Lord Glenorchy, 6. 1851. 

-f-BREEDON, Edward Augustus, Esq., of 
Delabere House, Berkshire. 

Eldest son of the late John Symonds Brcedon. Esq.. of 
Delabere House, bv Catherine, eldest dau. of the late 
I.out.-Col. H. W. B. Hawlcv, West Green House. 
Hints; I,. 1820; j. 183-. Educated at Trinity Coll., 
Oxford (B.A. 1813. M.A. lst.-,) : is Lord of the Manor 
of Pancboiirae. This property was acquired by pur- 
chase by the Brcedon family in IGH.—Dclabert Hon.-e, 
ngbournt. Heading. 

B KEEKS, Iambs AVii.kinsox, Esq., of Eden 
( iate, Westmoreland. 
s..n of the late Richard Breeta, E>-q.. of W»wp 
(who d. 1840), by Kliaibeih, dau. of James Wilkinson, 
Esq., of Crosby K.TVeiisworth ; A. 18.M; m. 1 m;,1 SUMU 

Maria, eldest dntkofllia BxceUeney Sir W T. Deniton, 
K.C.B., Odvornorof Madias E«iuvnted ,n llailcvbun' 
Coll.; entered th.< Ihdinn Citil Service 1840; s, 
tho late WflHam Wilkinson, Keq. (liif h ShertlFin IW8), 

in the Manor of BroUgh with IliUtiCCk, — l.drn Gttf, 

tt'arcop, WistntontaHd ; Qrimtut Ctub, 

RREMRTDOE, Riciiaad, Esq., ofCott Devon. 
Son of tha late Sinoi. i Bmnriilspi, I'.-., , of ltirn- 1 u 
by Honor, dau. of Hugh <>xi nlutm, E.N.,., of stutcouiuoi 
h. 1808; m Caroline, 2nd ditu ..f John TolJrr. 

INq. lidlicatod at TlM itou; lia* l een t»i.e Mayor ot 
t ltd- geiitlmmti i« nltmi.u hni i> r.ioi.eloo to the I ir. m ol 

Draj'Ci 



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I?nrnstaple ; was 31. P. for Barnstaple 18-17-53 and ] 
1 86 1 -5. — Cott, near Barnstaple, Devon; Carlton Club, s.w. 

fiRENAN", Edml'xd Peter, Esq., of Kingston : 
Lodge and Kilternan, co. Dublin. 
Eldest ton of the late John Brenan, Es.q., of Kingston | 
l/xlce and Kilternan, by Emily, dau. of Peter Dnjires ; 
La Touche, Esq., of Dublin ; s. 1866. Is a Magistrate ; 
fur co. Dublin. — Kingston Lodge, Golden Bull, co. 
Dublin. 

BRENT, John, Esq., F.S.A., of Barton, Kent. 
Eldest son of the late John Brent, Esq., of Barton, by 
Susanna, dau. of the late Sampson Kingston}, Esq., 
of Slurry, Kent ; b. 1808; 1867; m. 1830 Eliza Ann, I 
dau. of John Hounsell, Esq., of Bridport, Dorsetshire, i 
This family is descended from Sir Robert de Brent, of I 
Cossingtou, Somerset, who d. a.d. 1309, and Isabella,', 
dau. of Simon do Monteeute. — Burton, Canterbury. 

+ BRERET0N, Lieut. Godfrey, of Queens- 
town, co. Cork. 
Son of the late G. Brereton, Esq. ; b. 1790 ; entered the 
Navy 1805; became Lieut. 181.5 ; is a Lieut. B.X. on 
the retired list, and a Magistrate forco. Sligo. — Queens- 
town, Cork. 

BRERETON, John Lloyd, Esq., of Brinton, 
Norfolk. 

Eldest son of the late John Brereton, Esq., of Brinton, 
by Elizabeth Anne, only dau. of Robert John Brereton. 
Esq., of Blakeney, Norfolk; b. 1842; s. 1861. This 
family is descended from John, a younger son of Sir 
Randle Brereton, of Malpas, co. Chester. — Brinton, 
Thct/ord. 

BRERETON-TRELAWNY. (See Trclawny.) 



f. I.< 



Mi : It,. 



Bast, Esq., of Chilston Park, Kent : h. 181 i 
Educated at Westminster and Magdalen (J 
bridge (B.A. 1837); called to the Bar at [| 
Temple 1840: is a J.P. for Middlesex, and 
tary to the Master of the Rolls. This familv 
ternally descended from the ancient fomjlv of S • 
formerly of Scott's Hall, Kent. — Eshcr, Sdrrcii ■' i 
varsity Club, s.w. ; Library Chambers, Middle T,„ , : 
w.c. ; Bolls House, Chancery Lane, w.c. 

Heir Pres., bis brother Sir William Balliol :' educated at V. • 
minster and Caius Coll., Cambridge: Barrist^r-nr-i" m j 
Lincoln's Inn, Q.C. ; Solicitor-General, and jr.p. f or „, ' ' 
ton; ft. 1817; m. 18-50 Eugenie, only dau. o£ Lotiis Jl v . r 
Esq., and step-dau. of the late Col. Gurwood, C.B. ' 

BRETTELL, Mrs., of Finstall House, Wor- 
cestershire. 

Matilda, 5th dau. of the late Michael Grazebrook. Esq 
of Audnam, co. Stafford, by Mary Anne, dau. of Thomas 
Needs, Esq.; m. 1839 Richard* Brettell, Esq., a J.P. 
and D.L. for co. 'Worcester, and a Magistrate for cos. 
Stafford and Salop, whoc/. 1848. leaving issue, *Eichard 
b. 1846. — Finstall Hovse, Stoke Prior, Bror, 
Worcestershire ; Taunton Villa, Cheltenham,. 



imsgrove, 



BRETON, Capt. Peter Wright, of The Poly- 
gon, Hants. 

Only son of the late Peter Breton, Esq., of The Polygon 
(wild Tas a J.P. and D.L. for Hants, formerly in the 
E.I.C. Military Service, and twice Mayor of South- 
ampton), by Mary Anne, eldest dau. and co-heir of 
the late B. G. Wright, Esq.; b. 1831 ; s. 1/882. Is a 
Capt. Hants Militia; late Capt. 38th Foot; served in 
the Crimea. This family left Normandy at the Revo- , 

cation of the Edict of Nantes.— The Polygon, South* | BREWSTER, Sir Davit, KIT 
amnion ; Army and Navy Club, s.w. 



BREWER, John Hibberd, Esq., of Garloo-> 
Hants. 

Eldest son of the late John H. Brewer, Esq. (who 
d. 18501, by Ann, dau. of William Brewer, E<q of 
Chettle, Dorset; b. 1819; m, 1840 Eliza, dan' of 
Richard Webb, Esq., of Mclchet Park, Wilts', and has, 
with other issue, 

* William Hibberd. educated at T.ton. Bnrriner-at-T.aw l nle 
Licnt. -sstli Connaught Hangers; ft. I s4 1 : \|. lrv 
Anne, 2nd dau. of Thomas eelby, Esq., of Whitley and 
Winibish Halls. Essex. 

Mr. Brewer, who was called to the Bar at the Inner 
Temple 1851, was appointed Recorder of Northamp- 
ton 1859, ami a Blaster of the Queen's Bench 18<Ji.». 
— Garloys House, Stock-bridge, Hunts; Reform Ctuh, 
s.w. ; 57, Curson Street, May/air, w. 

-f BREWER. Tom Li.eweli.to, Esq., of Dany. 
greig, Monmouthshire, 
Son of the late T. Brewer, Esq.; b. 1830; m. 1864 
Mary, eldest dau. of the late Edmund Williams. 
Esq., of Maesruddud. Is a Magistrate for co. Mon- 
mouth. — Dany greig, Newport, Monmouthshire. 



&c, of 



BRETT, Sir Wili oijd, K.C.M.G. (cr. 1864). | 

Fourth son of the late Lev Joseph George Brett, of 
Ruttelftgh, by Dora, 2nd dau. of the Into James Best, 
Esq., of Chilston Park. Kent; A. 1824; m. 1859 Mary 
Isabel, dau. of Thomas Stephen. Esq. Entered the 
army in I8tfl; is n Colonel of Militia in British North 
America, and a Major unattached; was formerly an 
Officer in the 7ih Foot, and Military Secretory in Nova 
Scotia and Malta. — Denbigh /I ■use, lever H'u/mer, i 
Knit ; Junior United Service Qtub, t.w. 

BRETT, EdwaSd, Est) . of Wrikes-Colne, Essex. 
Second bui oldest surviving son ol l.ho late VVillinni 
Brett, Esq., of Wakes-Col ne, by Mary, dan. of 
Sturgeon, Esq., of Tollesbury, Essex; A. 1790 

">. IK'J.'l Elizabeth, dau. of Philip Havens. 
Donyland Hull. Essex, and Ims issue, 
• John, a Magistrate f»r lissc.l | ft ISilfti 

Mr Brett, who was educated at ('"Micst. 
Iri'kfl Coll., I'nmliriilgcs is u Magistrate 

i — nttKtt'OoltIO I'i'iiiv, f{ids/ind, RtSfX, 



William 
s. 1818 ; 

Esq., of 



and Pern- 

tor Essex, 



BHETT, Wu.mun GeoroI . I" 
Klde«t «nn ,,t" ihe lute Rov. Ji 
Runeliigh, Cholsea, by Dora, Siml dau. of the 



I'll George 



Rr.it, of 

ste James 



P.K.S. 

Allerly, Roxburghshire (cr. 1832).* 
Second son of the late .lames Brewster, Esq., of Jed- 
burgh, N.B. ; b. 1781 ; m. 1st 1810 Juliet, 2nd dau. of 
the late James Muephorson, Esq., M.P., of Belleville; 
2nd 1857 Jane Kirk, 2nd dau. of the late Thomas 
Purnell, Esq., of Scarborough, aud had issue, by the 

firmer. 

• Pavid Edward (who tin- a^nmed the mime of M,icpher*m | 
I.icm.-Col. in ihe Indian Armv ; b. ISIS; ,„ l&fl ; , i , 
Julta, eldest dau. of the late li.-nn James Clunt. E,/.. of 
tut Bengal Anay, 

Sir Ihivid. who was educated at Jedburgh and Edin 

burgh University (M.A. 1800), appoint.-,! Pr, ; , 
the United CoUcgeeof St. I^onoird and St. Sal raror el 
St. Andrew's in 1837, l'i UlClpnJ and \ ico-Cbaiic*ilvt ol 
Edinburgh 1 tiiversity in 1 869, was n MagWtmt* for .-.» 
Roxburgh ; President of Ihe Royal Society of Edin- 
burgh; Bon, D.C.L. of Oxford and Durham; Ib.n. 
M.A, of Cambridge and Edinburgh; LED. .| Kme-'. 
Coll., Aberdeen ; Founder of the Kntnl loutish **riety 
of -Vrts, an OtRcorof the Lttfinn of Itonour . < hi ».,,, rP 
of the Prussian Urrier a/ Merit; one of ti„. ,., L .hi 

Foreign Associates of the Imperial Institute ..I Frunce. 
and B member of rarioua lon-iL-n lewned •actetieej i« 
well known as till iuvetilor ol the Isileidoacotie ,v,- 
—AVtrky, dtttntt, Ml. 1 



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



BREWSTER, the Right Hon. Abraham. 

Eldest son of the late William B. Brewster, Esq., of 
Ballinalta, co. Wieklbw, I iy Mary, dau. of Thomas ! 
Bates, Esq.; b. 1796; m. 1819 Mary Anne, dau. of I 
It. Gray, Esq., of Upton House, co. Carlow; sherf. 1862, j 
leaving issue, 

Willinih Bnpcnal, Lieut. -Col. Inns of Court R. V.. lnte Capt. I 
Ititie Brigade; 6. 1*20 and 18G4. having in. 1838 Georgia, 
dan. of James Campbell, Esq., of Craigie Down, co. Ayr. 

Mr. Brewster, who was educated, at Trinity Coll., I 
Dublin (B.A. 1817), was called to the Irish Bar 1819 ; 
appointed a King's Counsel 183.0, Solicitor-General for 
Ireland 1816, Attorney-General 18o3, resigned 1855; 
sworn a Privy Councillor for Ireland 1853; appointed j 
Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and Lord Justice of Appeal i 
1866; reappointed Lord Chancellor 1867; was for-, 
niorly Legal Adviser to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ire- j 
land. This family is of English extraction, but has 
been settled in co. Carlow since the reign of Charles j 
II. — 26, Merrion Square, Dublin. 

BREWSTER, Cardinal, Esq., of Greenstead 
Hall, Essex. 
Eldest survivina: son of the late Joseph Brewster, 
Esq., of Halstead (who was a J.P. for Essex, and for- 
merly of H.E.I.C.S.), by Elizabeth, dau. of Edward 
Chase, Esq., of Maldon (kinsman of Sir Richard Chase, 
who was High Sheriff of Essex and Herts in 1744) ; l>. 
1813; s. 1862 ; m. 1841 Margaret, dau. and co-heir of I 
Henry Butterworth, Esq., of Sunnyside, Whalley, co. 
Lancaster, and has, with other issue, 

* Francis Wentworth, ft. 1844. 
Mr. Brewster, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Essex, and 
was formerly an Officer in (lie 1st Royals, is maternally | 
descended from Sir Thomas Cloplon, of Kentwell Hall. | 
Suffolk, temp. Edward III. This family settled in 
Essex early in the 16th century. — G-reenstead Hall, 
Halstead, Essex; Royal Thames Yatch Club, w. 

BREWSTER, James, Esq., of Ashford Lodge, 
Essex. 

Second son of the late Sturgeon Nunn Brewster, Esq., 
of White Motley Hall, Essex, by Mary. dau. of Robert i 
Burdor, Esq., of Great Yeldham, Ks.-ex ; b. 1807 ; >"■ 
1839 Mary Ann, eldest dau. of George E. Gcpp, Esq.. ' 
of Chelmsford, and has, with other issue, 

• James George, in Holy OrnVr*. educated al Rugby, and 
B.A. of Pembroke Coll, Oxford ; b. 1841. 

Mr. Brewster is a Magistrate for Essex. This |. : i 
branch of the Brewster family fornierlv settled it t 
Wrerithatn Hall, Suffolk.— Asliford tsxtge, Hahtnul. 

BRICE, Lieut. -Col. GEORGE Tiro, of Paekham 
House, Hampshire. 

Son of the Into George TitO Brico, Esq., of Paekham 
House (who was a J.P. and D.L. for Hants), by Eh anor, 
only child of the late K. A. Salisbury. K»q . of ( Imp 1 
Allerton Hall, co. York : b, 1831 ; ». 1862. Iklm-atid 
at the Royal Aid. Coll., Sandhurst ; is a UruVel LirUt - 
Col. in tho Army, and Major, 17th Foot; In «erved i|i 
the Crimea. - Vnckham House, Voitlinghridiit, Hunts, 

BIMCKDALE, of Birchamp House. 
(Sec Forteseut" Brwkdalo.) 

+ BRIC KNELL, tlui Rov. William Simcox, 
M.A. 

Ron of the l,,t.- \V. Hriekm 11, Esq. . h 1804, Eilurnteri 
at Worcester (..II., Oxford iRA. 1837, Ml IRUO) i 
is a Magistrate fur Oxon, Perpefunl Curate of c.n.x,-. 
mid Vicar of Pyu-h iin. I h. l'ieum<ir, /•.'</'"'"""• (>.r- 
ford, 

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BRIDGE, John Edward, Esq., of Puddletrtn- 
thide, Dorsetshire. 
Eldest son of the late John Gawler Bridge, Esq., t,f 
Puddletrenthide (who was J.P. for Dorset I. by s i ■.. 
dau. of — Sheldrick, Esq. (she d. 1807); 6.1820; 
•1819; m. 1842 Ellen Eliza, eldest dau. of Edward 
Palmer, Esq., of "Wyke Regis, Dorset, and has is^u-, 

* Mary Jane, m. 1861 ilartin Erj'an Stapleton, j., , • 
Myton 11 ill, co. York. 

Mr. Bridge is a Magistrate for Dorset, and Lord of 
the Manor of Puddletrenthide. — Puddletrenthide, Jjur. 
Chester, Dorset ; Conservative Club, s.w. 

BRIDGEMAX, the Hon. and Rev. Geor,.,. 
Thomas Orlando. 

Second son of George Augustus Frederick. 2nd Ear! i f 
Bradford, by his first wife, Georgina Elizabeth, only 
dau. of the late Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, Eart. ; b. ls j:; 
m. 1850 Emily 3Iary, dau. of the late Hon. Rich r 
Bagot, D.D.. Bishop of Bath and Wells (she d. 1853), 
and has, with other issue, 

» Ernest Richard Orlando, b. 18.51. 
Mr. Bridgeman, who was educated at Harrow and 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (M.A. 1845), is a Magistrate 
forcos. Salop and Stafford ; appointed Reetorof Wiliev 
1850, of Blymhill 1853.— Blymhitt Rectory, Stiff ml, 
Shropshire; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BRIDGEMAX, Hon. Mrs., of Knockin, Salop. 
Eliza Caroline, dau. of the late Sir H. Chamberlain, 
Bart., by Elizabeth, dau. of — Harrod, Esq., of Exeti t . 
m. 1819 Vice-Admiral the Hon. Charles Orlando 
Bridgeman, 2nd son of Orlando, 1st Earl of Bradford, 
who d. 1860, leaving, with other issue, * Edmund 
Woolryche Orlando, in Holy Orders. Vicar of Kinnerley, 
co. Salop ; b. 1825; 771. 1853 Lilla Frances, 2nd dau. of 
the late Richard Richards, Esq.. of Caeryuwch, co. 
Merioneth. — Knockin,, Oswestry. Shropshire." 

BRIDG EMAX (See under Bradford, Earl of.) 

+ BRIDGER, Harry Colville, Esq., of Buck- 
ingham Hortse, Sussex. 
Eldest sun of the hite Henry Bridger, Esq., of Bucking- 
ham House, by Mary Ann. dau. of J. Watson. Es . 
b. 1704 ; 7ii. 1825 Sarah, dau. of W. Scrase, Esq., and 
has, with other issue, 

• Hurry, ft. 1828 ; m. 1850 Anne, dau. of G. Orme. E-q.. nl 
Ilroiuhvatcr, Sussex, and bus Issue, * llarrv Colvillc, 
ls.'iO. 

Mr. Bridger is in the Commission of the Peace for 
Sussex, ninl Lord Of the Manor of Old Shoreham. 

— /on ki> '/ham fiottte, Gkoretiam, Sussex. 

BRIDGER, Lieut. William Milton, of Chantry 
I louse, Wilts. 
Eldest son of the lnte William Milton Bridger, Esfl, 
.1.1'., of Halnaker. Sussex (who was many years I!e- 

conles of Chichester), by Sophia, youngest dau. ol 
Gorges Lowther, Esq., of Kilnie.co. Mcalh, and LUnif 

t..n Hall, Hath; h. 1838; .v. I8G3. F.ntered the Royal 
Navy in 1852. became a Lieut. 18 OP, and served in ttlf 
Black Sea duriii£ the Crimean war. This family were 
formerly seated at Itiver, near Mldhunt, i.fterwardf! it 
llaln.iker. mar Chichcst.r, which lent they iidient 'l 
fr..m the MiltOnSf ( 'i.infru //,.««/•, l]rad,'^'r,l-,'H A" «. 
II dls. 

BRIDGES. (Swunder nt.-traltcr. Lor/) 

liRlDGHS, tlx- H v. Amwm it: lliM.v, d 
liivlilineton House, Surrey, 
Only imrriving son .»f i ho late 8iV Hfurx Britltes, of 

lteddiiiL'toii IfuUSfl (who «a« .1 V and 1> U fW Swlf » 

and Hiirh Hlwriff in 1814) l»y Pmnres, dau of the late 
Qobmm VVilHnn Tomlwi t^lryniplct, <'f Cheesing on 



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Hull; h. 1811; s. 1861; m. 1848 Caroline Matilda. 1 
.I.ui. of Christopher Hodgson, Esq., of Dean's Yard, 
\Vi stminster, and has, with other issue, 

• Julm Henry, b. 1852. 
Mr. Bridges, who was educated at Winchester and | 
Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 183o, M.A. 1837). entered! 
Holy Orders 1836 ; is Kector and Patron of the living j 
of St. Mary, Beddington. — Beddington House, Croydon, 
Surrey. 

+ BRIDGES, Chaki.es Thomas, Esq., of Cain- 1 
ham, Herefordshire. 
Son of the late C. Bridges, Esq. ; b. 1810. Is a Magis- 
trate for co. Hereford. — Cdhiham, Ludlow. 

BRIDGES, William Thomas, Esq., of Holly 
Spring, Berks. 
Only son of the late Philip Henry Bridges, Esq., Post j 
Capt. R.N., by Harriett Louisa, only child of William i 
Young, Esq. ; b. 1820 ; m. 1856 Frances Gertrude, dau. } 
of the late Edmund Broderip, Esq., of the Manor i 
House, Cossington, Somerset, and widow of J. M. 
Carrow, Esq., and has issue, 

• Philip, b. 1859. 
Mr. Bridges, who was educated at Winchester and 
Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1843, D.C.L. 1856), 
was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1847. 
This family, of the elder branch of which Mr. Bridges 
is the representative, were formerly settled at St. 
Nicholas Court, in the Isle of Thanet. — Holly Spring, 
Bracknell, Berkshire ; Reform Club, s.w. 

BRIDGES, the Rev. Thomas Pym. 

Only surviving son of the late Kev. Henry Bridges (who 
assumed the additional name of Brook, and d. 18o<5), 
by Jane, dau. of the late Sir T. P. Hales, Bart. ; b. 
180.3. Educated at Winchester and Ch. Ch., Oxford 
(B.A. 1828) ; appointed Kector of Danbury 1855. This 
family is a younger branch of that of .sir B. W. Bridges, 
Bart, (whom see). — Danbury Rectory, Chelmsford, 
Essex. 

+ BRIDGMAN", the late Mrs., of Coney Weston 
Hall, Suffolk. 

Francos, dau. of — Miller, Esq., of Colchester ; d. 1865, 
having m. 18 — Edward Brdgman. Esq., of Conev 
Weston Hall, who was High Sheriff of Suffolk in 1842", 
and d. 1853. — Coney Weston, Hull, East Harling, 
Suffolk. 

BRIDGMAN, the Info William, Esq., of 
Wesfcon-under-Pcnyaftl, Herefordshire. 
Son of the late W. Bridgtnan, Ksq., of Weston-under- 
I'enviird; 18- ; ./. 180-1. Was a J. P. and D.L. for 
co. Hereford { High Slu riff 1 863). — Weston-utuier- 
1'rn/ard, lioss, Hereforr/shire. 

BRIDPORT, Lord (Alexander Nblsom Hoon). 
— Or, 1794 

Only surviving s^n of M.uuucl. 2nd Lord, bv Lady 
Chnrlotte, dau. of William, 1st Earl Nelson ; b 1814; 

18IJH; m. 1838 Lidy Mary, dlMI. t)f Arthur, 3rd 
Marquis of Downsliire. Is .•in Equerry to Iho Queen, I 
n Mnjor-Oeneral in tho Army, late Lieut.-Cul. Boots 

I'UMlirr (inards, and Magistrate for DtVOtV, Somerset, 

una Dorset, and Patron ><i l living, —'Cricket J."d : /r, 

Chanl, Somerset ; \ 2, »'».«/»..'»• Strrrt, w. 

itfir, hi* boh At'tiin- Wellington Alexander Nelson, Lieut. 

}tth FiMit ; h. |H I!>. 

ltlUDSON, TtlOMAH RlDOWAT, E sq., of South- j 

l»ort, Lancashire. 
Khlest -..a nftliM late 1'mil Bridson, Rsq.,of Southport, 
I y Mary. 2nd dau. of Thomas Ridgwnyi F»q., ol i 



Wallsuches, co. Lancaster; b. 1705: s. 1 Si i ; ,,, |*j|y 
Sarah, eldest dau. of Henry Matthews, lv~)., of Livi r- 
pool, and has, with other issue, 

* Thomas Bidgvvay, 6. 1823 ; m. 1st 1849 Mary, "rl d . . . 
Richard Smith, Esq., of PoultonManor House, co. t : ~-. r 
and Bankiield, Liincashire (ehe d. 1S"»6) ; 2nd lS.»7t limio 
Mary, 2nd dau. of William Lowe, Esq., of Liverpool. 

Mr. Bridson, who was educated at Orinskirk. is 
Magistrate for co. Lancaster. This family, formerly 
resident in the Isle of Mail, where the name appears ...1 
the earliest insular records, are supposed to have emi- 
grated thither from a town in Denmark, and to be of 
Scandinavian descent. — ^Southport, Ormskirk, Lanca- 
shire. 

BRIERLEY, the Rev. James, of Moss Hall, 
Cheslnre. 

Son of tho late J. Brierley, Esq., of Moss Hall ; h. 
1815. Educated at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 
1838, M.A. 1841) ; appointed Incumbent of 3Iossleigh 
1846. Is a Magistrate for co. Chester. — Moss Ha!?, 
Congleton, Cheshire. 

BRIGGS, Rawdon, Esq., of Birstwith. Hall, 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Rawdon Bribes, Esq.. of Hali- 
fax (who was M.P. for Halifax .1832-3 ), by Matilda, 
dau. of the late John Greenwood, Esq., of Keighley and 
Swarcliffe Hall; b. 1825; «. 18o9 ; m. 1853 Louisa, 
dau. of the late Thomas Barff, Esq., of Wakefield, and 
has, with other issue, 

« Rawdon, 6. 1S54. 
Mr. Briggs is a Magistrate for the W. Biding of York- 
shire. — Birstwith Hall, Ripley, Yorkshire. 

+ BRIGGS, William, Esq., of Halifax, York- 
shire. 

Second son of the late Bawdon Briggs. Esq.. of Halifax : 
b. 18 — . Is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and a. 
Manufacturer at Halifax ; represi nt> a younger branch 
of the family of Briggs, of Birstwith Hall (whom 
see). — Residence : Halifax. 

BRIGGS, William, Esq., of Hylton Casde, co. 
Durham. 

Eldest son of the late William Briggs. Esq., of tho 
Civil Servico; b. 1803: »i. 18'.'.'> Margaret, dau. <.f the 
late J. Hedley, Esq., of Sunderland, and has, with other 
issue, 

• Robert Bcott, ls:« ■ m. 18M BIlMbCth, dau. of thr lata 
Ahniham tiGOMltvl, Ksq 

Mr. Briggs, who is Lord of the Manor of Hylton. WM 
formerly a Merchant at Sunderland , he purchased this 
estate in 1803 from John Ro\vr«, Esq,, of Strratlani 
Castle, (whom see). — Hylton Castle, MonkwcanttoUtk . 
Moor/and, Bishop-acannvuth, ro. Durham. 

BRIG II AM, Miss, of Poxley House, Cheshire, 
and Brighatn, Yorkshire. 

Henrietta tiillcio EliiabCtU, onh child of the Into 
W illiam Unt'ham. Rmj ,of l'"oxley limine, and Itrigham, 
by Elisabeth) onl\ dau. of John Rfohnrdion, . of 

ManchrBtOr; * 1N(U. The late Mr. kifighlUn was it 

Fellow of the Loyal Coll. of Surgeons, London, nn.i 

hi ir male and rcpri smtaiiveof thr \a ■;. ;.t and kre.-htly 
family of llrigliam, of Hngham and Wylon. in th«* K. 
Riding of the CO. ut York. *.tt;.-.| therr mnoe the rr<en 

of King Ucnry I. — •,• Mmt* t j >, H», <Af*Airr. 

Rru]ham, Dnff.ld, )'.>rKfhirr. 

BRIGHT, Sn-Cit vt.n ^ Tii tov. Knt in- 1858) 

Third snn of the lit.' BittUafdrd Hngttt, Rnq . bv RniDM 
Charlotte, d.iu. of the late Ivlu.ti-d Tilst-m, Keq . 

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b. 1832 ; m. 1853 Hannah Barrick, dau. of the late John 
Taylor, Esq., of Hull. Educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School ; is a Civil Engineer ; elected M.P. for Green- | 
wich 1865 ; knitrhted by the Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 
on the laying of the Atlantic Telegraph : late Capt. 7ih 
Surrey Rifle Volunteers. — 69, Lancaster Gate, HjJe 
Park, w. 

+ BRIGHT, He.vry, Esq., of Colwall, Hereford- 
shire. 

Son of the late II. Bright, Esq. ; b. 1800. Is a Magis- ] 
trate for co. Hereford, and Lord of the Manor of; 
Colwall.-- Colwall, near Ledbury. 

-f BRIGHT, Jacob, Esq., of Greenbank, Lanca- 
shire. 

Son of Jacob Bright, Esq., of Greenbank : b. 1S21 ; m. 
1855 Ursula, dau. of the late Joseph Mellor, Esq., of 
Liverpool. Is a Magistrate for co. Lancaster, and a 
Merchant and Manufacturer at Rochdale ; elected M.P. I 
for Manchester 1867.- — Grcenbank, Rochdale; Aldcrley | 
Edge, Manchester ; 15, Cleveland Square, w. 

BRIGHT, John, Esq., of One Ash, Lancashire. 
Son of Jacob Bright, Esq., of Greenbank, near Roch- 
dale, co. Lancaster; b. 1811; m. 1st 1839 Elizabeth, 
dau. of Jonathan Priestman, Esq., of Nowcastle-on- 
Tyne; 2nd 1847 Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Leatham, Esq., of Wakefield, co. York. Is a Partner 
in the firm of John Bright and Brothers, Manufacturers, 
Rochdale; was M.P. for Durham 1813-7, for Man- 
chester 1847-57; chosen M.P. for Birmingham August 
1857. — One Ash, Rochdale ; Reform. Club, s.w. 

BRIGHT, John Betton, Esq., of Tottcrton 
Hall, Shropshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. John Briuht, B.A.. of 
Totterton Hall (who was a Magistrate for co. Salop, 
and Vicar of Lydbury-eum-Xorbury), by his 1st wife, 
Francisca Amelia Augusta, dau. of Baron du Bois de 
Ferrieres, of Brussels ; b. 1843; s. 1803. Is Patron of 
the living of North Lydbuty.: — Totterton Hall, North 
Lydbury, Bishop's Castle, Shropshire. 

BRIGHT, Richard, Esq., of Stocks House, 
Herts. 

Eldest son of Robert Bright, Esq., of Abbots Leijih, 
Bristol, by Caroline, dau. of the lale Thomas Tvndall, 
Esq., of The Fort, Bristol; m. 1855 F.mnia Kathariue, 
dau. of . Vclmir.il Thomas WoUey, and widow "I James 
Adain Gordon, Esq., of Knockcspock, co, Aberdeen. 
lh a Magistrate for Bucks and Herts. — Stuck* Hoi'se, 
Aldbury, Tring, Herts, 

BIUGHTWEX, Thomas, Esq. 

Eldest son of the late George Urightwen, Esq., by 
Sarah, dau. of Thomas Airgs, Esq., ami of Lucy, d:tu, 
of Henry Gurncy, Esq., of Norwich ; h. 1812; m. 183!) 

Hannah Sarah, dau. of the lale DilWSOU Turner, Esq., 
of Great Yarmouth. Is a Magistrate for Givut Vttr- 
inoulh and a Dcp.-Lieut, for Norfolk, and a on in 1 - r "i 
the fnm of Gurncy and Co., Bunkers, at Yarmouth, 
- - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 

BRIGSTOCKE, Mrs., of CooprrVIIill Cottnge, 

Surrey. 

Emma Margaret, 3rd dm of fho late ReV <'•■ 
Heliry (llasse, M. V., Hector of [lattwcll, Mi ldl. -. \. 
m. 1817 William Pupwell HriffMm'ko, lixq., »( (Vmlnt 
Hay, near Bath, who was a M aci-i rat e inr S .nil r-. t . 
met M L, ftlT lit St Soine\-t ft-om lM'J till In, dentil III 
1834, when he li ft, with other i-nie, an oulv »ull, 
wtlllnni Henry Temple, til nirtlconita Court, towrrart, t 

J I". mi I II. I., f.a s.ini.1- I'l ; h. isltt'j iK'ill ft UtrUltll 

liMty, mill n, i mitt, 
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This family were formerly of Brigstocke, co. North- 
ampton. — Coojper's-Hill Cott-age, near Staines; is 
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, w. 

BRIGSTOCKE, Mrs., of Blaenpant, Cardigan- 
shire. 

Maria, dau. of the late Admiral Webley Parry. of 
Noj-add Trefawr, co. Cardigan, by Maria Washing m, 
only dau. of John Wight, Esq., of Larne, co. Antrim ; 
m. 1835 "William Owen Brigstocke, Esq., of Blaenpant, 
J. P. and D.L. for co. Cardigan, who d. 1861. — Blaen- 
pant, Newcastle Emlynn, Cardiganshire. 

Heir Pres., her late husband's nephew, William Owen Bri,-- 
Etocke, Esq., of Gellydywyll (whom see). 

BRIGSTOCKE,Thomas Robert, Esq., of Roberts 
Rest, Carmarthenshire. 
Fourth son of the late William Owen Brigstocke, Esq.. 
of Blaenpant, co. Cardigan, by Anne, eldest dau. of 
— Probyn, Esq., of Newland. co. Gloucester: b. 1790; 
m. 1822 Elizabeth Lydia, 2nd dau. and co-heir of 
George Player, Esq., of Ryde House, Isle of Wight, 
and has, with other issue, 

• George Campbell Henville Player, educated at Winchester; 
late Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards: served with distinction in 
the Crimea, and in the Charge of BalakJava ; b. lt-3'-'. 

Mr. Brigstocke, who is a Magistrate for cos. Car- 
marthen, Cardigan, and Hants, and a Dep.-Lieut. for 
the Isle of Wight, is a Capt. in the Royal Navy 
retired. — Roberts Rest, St. IshmaeTs, Carmarthenshire ; 
Stone Pitts, Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

BRIGSTOCKE, William Owen, Esq., of 
Gellydywyll, Carmarthenshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Augustus Brigstocke, B.D., 
by Jane, dau. of the late D. Davies, Esq., M.D., of 
Pentre, co. Pembroke; b. 1831; s. 1852; 7». 1852 
Emmcline, youngest dau. of the late Oliver Lloyd. Esq. 
(2nd son of the late T. Lloyd, Esq., of Coedmore, co. 
Cardigan), and has issue, 
» Augustus, b. 18">4. 

Mr. Brigstocke, who was educated at Rugby and Jesus 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1852), and called to the Bar at tho 
Inner Temple 1856, is a Magistrate for cos. Car- 
marthen and Pembroke, and a J. P. and D.L. for co. 
Cardigan. — Gellydywyll ', Newcastle Einlyn, Carmarthen- 
shire ; University Club, s.w. 

BRINCKMAN, Sir THEODORE Henry Laving- 
TON, Bart. (cr. 1831). 
Eldest son of the late Theodore Henry Broadhead. 
Esq., by Elizabeth, dau. of William Gordon Mac- 
dongftll, Esq.; ft. 17'JS; in. 1st 1829 Charlotte, dau. of 
1st Lord G dolphin (fhe d. 1838); 2nd 1811 Annabeihi. 
dau. of the late John Corbet, Esq., of Sundorne Castle, 
co. Salop (the d. 18641. Was M.P. for Yarmouth 
I82(M); assumed his paternal name by Royal licence 
in lieu of Broadhead. in 1 8 12.— .V. Leonards'. Windsor; 
AtfttiHrum Club, s.w. ; 40, Berkeley Square, w. 

I I fir, hlx son Ttipn-torp Henry, n Pep -Unit, for tlie Tn«rr 
II. .inlets. Into dpt. ITtU Foot; ft. 1640; M. 1661 !.>'!* 
re din Amru-tn, youngWt •Lin. of Krnnois N'athoniel. in 1 
Mnrqnis „f I onj n^liuni, K.P., and h-.ut is»up, • Thoo.lore 

i rnneli, b. i-. i, 
RUIN lv (Soc Knaptvn.) 

BRINK LEY, Richard Graves. Esq., of Fort- 

lantl, CO. Slioo. 
l.Mevt MB of tho Into Matthew Brinklev. E»j . of 

l'uivnn«t<ttra, eo, M. mIi, bv llknfotta, dau rrf the v, rv 

lv. v. U 11 Crave* H.;m of Anl.ieh J b. 1883 } «. ISM 
IN, IMi lle-ter. only dau. of James I.b>\.l. Esq., of 

Iranpli, on. Blign, .m.l Iwa i^mic, 

• Jahl t.h.j.i, *. 

Mr. Brinklev, Who idnntad at Tiinitv Col. 

Dubllll (B. \ 18»ll, i» a Magistrate for CO, BU|0 i, ll'^ri 



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Sheriff 185G). This family is of English extraction, 
John Brinkley, Senior Wrangler of Cambridge in 1700, 
having come into Ireland on his appointment as Bishop 
of Clovne and Astronomer Royal for Ireland. — Fort- 
land, Dromore West, eo. Sligo ; Royal St. Georyes 
Yacht Club, Kingstown, Dublin. 

BRISBANE, Charles Thomas, Esq., of Bris- 
bane, Ayrshire. 
Only son of the lat i Charles Baillie Brisbane, Major 
34th Foot, by Charlotte Maria, 3rd dan. of the late 
Sir Thomas Barrott-Lennard, Bart., of Belhus, Essex; 
h. 181 1; s. his relative, General Sir Thomas Mac- 
douaal-Brisbane, Bart., G.C.B., of Brisbane and 
Makerstown, 1860. The family of Brisbane of Bris- 
bane is one of great antiquity in Scotland, and h;is 
furnished many highly distinguished officers to the 
military and naval services of the Crown. — Brisbane, 
Largs, Ayrshire; Junior Athcweum and Junior Carlton 
Clubs, s.w. 

BRISCO, Sir Robert, Bart., of Crofton Hall, 
Cumberland (cr. 1782). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Wastell Brisco, Bart, of 
Crofton Hall, by Sarah, dau. of W. Lester, Esq. ; h. 
1808; s. as 3rd Bart. 18G2 ; m. 1832 Annie Drewry, 
dau. of Goorgo Rimington, Esq., of Tyne Field House, 
Cumberland. Is a J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland 
(High Sheriff 1868), Patron of 2 livings, and Capt, 
Westmoreland and Cumberland Yeomanry Cavalry. 
— Crofton Hull, Carlisle; Lou-hill , Fyremont , Cumberland. 

Heir, his son Mu-grave Horton. a Magistrate for Cumber- 
land ; b. 1833 ; rn. 1S',7 Man Elizabeth, Jan. of Sir \V. H. 
Feilden, Bart., and widow of Capt. H. Nuwshum Tedder. 

■+ BRISCO, Wastell, Esq., of Bobemia House, 
Sussex. 

Son of the late Capt. Wastell Brisco, of Cnghurst, 
Sussex, and brother of tho late Musgrave Brisco, Esq., 
Who was M.P. for Sussex 1844-64; b. 1800. Is a 
J.P. and D.L. for. Sussex. — Bohemia House, Hastings, 

BRISCOE, EDWARD John, Esq., f Riverdale, 
co. Westnieath. 
Eldest son of the lato AVilliam Thomas Hriscoe, Esq., 
of Riverdale (who was a Magistrate for co. Westnieath), 
by Maria Elizabeth, dan. of the late James Rynd, Esq., 
of Ryndville, co. Meath; b. 1820; 1854; m. 1852 
Anna Rebecca, dau. of the Her. Sir William M Smith- 
Marriott, Bart., of the Down House. Dorset, and Rector 
of II u'seniouden, Kent, and has, with other issue, 

♦ Edward John, ft. 1662. 

Mr. Briscoe, who is a Magistrate for co. Westmeath, 
was High Sheriff of King's Co. 1860. — Kivcrdale, 
Kilhtcan, co. West meath. 

BRISCOE, Edward Whitby, Esq., of Harris* 
town, co. Kilkenny. 

lOUngORt sun of the late llcnrv Briscoe. Esq.. of Tin- 
vane (who was a Magistrate for co. Kilkenny, and il. 
I807)i by Ann, dan. of John Siteyd, Esq., of co. Down; 
>' I7i"0;' /„. \h-<\\ Ann Helena, ciau. of Michael Rivers, 
l'- s q., of TybBoughncy Castle, and has, wiili other 

instil', 

• Henry, 6. 18'Jfl ; m. IN 17 Mnry.ilmi. of Cnpt. Henry OlUlon, 

"t Rockwood, eo. Loitrim. 
Mr, Briscoe is n Magistrate fbrro Kilkenny, nnd I. "id 
"t t!\i> Manor of Harrislown.— flarritlou u, VarrickniH' 
r>Hir, CO. Ti/'/irrary. 

+ IUUSC0E, the int.- Georcie, Esq., of Elm- 
•'"ist Hull, Staffbrdtthire. 
w»n "f the late (l. Briscoe, Hiq.. of Elmhnrsl Hall. 

*' MM ; <l. 1800, \V,h a J.P. and |l I, for co 

• '•'"'"••I - K/mkurtt Hull, Llcttfttld, Sttiffvrdthin. 



+ BRISCOE, George, Esq., of Melbourne 11,11, 
Derbyshire. 
Son of the late G. Briscoe, Esq. ; h. 18 — . Is a Ma ■ 
trate for co. Derby; was formerly a Merchant ami 
Manufacturer. He purchased this property from ihu 
executors of the late Lord 3Ielbourne in lS.jo. — Mel- 
bourne Hall, Derby. 

BRISCOE, He»t Whitby, Esq., of Tinvane 
House, eo. Tipperaiy. 
Eldest son of the late Henry Briscoe, Esq., of Tinvane. 
by Alicia, dau. of F. White, Esq., of Carrickbeg; b. 
1809; k 1834; m. 1S3.3 Deborah, dau. of the Bev. 
Bobert Shaw, and has issue, 

« Henry Whitby, Capt. R.A. ; 6. lS3s ; m. 1RC4 Caroline 
Anna, 3rd dau. of J. A. T. Smyth, Esq., of St. Leonard's- 
on-Sea, Sussex. 

Mr. Briscoe, who was educated at Eton and Trinity- 
Coll., Dublin, is a Magistrate for cos. Tipperary and 
Kilkenny. This family is a junior branch of the 
Briscoes, Barts., of Crofton Hall. Cumberland. — Tin- 
vane House, Carrich-on-Suir, co. Tii>perary. 



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BRISCOE, John Fethekstoxhaugh 
Grangemore, co. Westmeath. 
Only surviving son of the late Edward Briscoe, Esq., of 
Grangemore, by Hester, 3-oungcst dau. of the late James 
Kynd, Esq., of Ryndville, co. Meath: b. 1831 ;s. 1842; >n. 
1852 Katharine Bebecca, dau. of William Peareth. Esq., 
of Satidgate, Kent. Is a Magistrate for cos. Meath and 
Westmeath. — Grangemore, Killucan, co. West meath. 

BRISCOE, John Ivatt, Esq., of Fox Hills, 
Surrey. 

Son of the lato John Briscoe. Esq., of Cross Deep, 
Twickenham, by Mary. dau. of S. Wiuthrop, Esq., 
Merchant, of London ; b. 1792; m. 1819 Anna Maria, 
dau. of the late Sir J. Mawbey, Bart, (ext.) Educated 
at Ealing and University Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1312, 
M.A. 181o) ; was afterwards a student at Lincoln's 
Inn ; is Lord of the Manor of Epsom, a Magistrate for 
Surrey and Middlesex, and a Dep. -Lieut, for Surrey; 
was M.P. for Surrey 1830-2, for E. Surrey 1333-4. for 
West bury 1837-41 ; lias been M.P. for W. Surrey since 
1857. — fox Hills, Chertsry ; University Club, s.w. ; CO, 
Eaton J'/ace, s.w. 

BRISCOE, the Rev. Richard, D.D., of XutficlJ, 
Surrey. 

Eldest son of the late Richard Biiscoe, Esq., of Wrex- 
ham, co. |). nbigh, by Mai n uvt, duu. of the Rt v. Tin iinns 
Owen. of Plas-Rhoscolyn, co \nglesen; ft.1808; i».18tiG 
Jane Eli/.i Anne Pnllexfeu, dau. of the late ('apt. Rose 
Henry Puller, RN. Educated at Jesus Coll., Oxford 
(B.A. 1030, M.A. 1S33, B.D. 1841, D P. lNtM; is n 
Magistrate for co. Flint. Rector of Nntlicld, and Senior 
Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford ; tlect.il 18.">7 and is .9 

Proctor in Convocation for the Clergy of St. Asaph 
Pi. -ese; wrf* formerly Cnrato of Hcnlltn, Denbigh, and 
Vicar of Whitford, co. Flint. — Kutfittd /factory, UnlhUl, 
Surrey; ftatioHttl Qlub, s.w. 

BRISCOE, bho LleV. Thomas. 
Second ion of thu late R. Bris 
dun of the Rev. Thomna Own, of 

Antjlesea: b, 1U13. Educated at Jesus Coll.. Oxford 
(R.A. 1833. M.A. 1830, 1U>. 1843) i appointed Incum- 
bent of Holyhead 1.n-">7; ie » Mngistmfo for AngWuet, 

nnd a Rurmgnto for the Diocese Ol Unnitori was for- 
tin rlv L'ollnxv, Tutor, and Vice-Principal uf Jesus Coll., 
Oxford. — IliJyh «/, AnglttH, 

DRISE, Lioul CoL Samuki Butsi rfttTOGLRS . 

of Spaitis 1 [all, l!-s<'x. 
Only »on of the Lite John Rnggtca, l'.-q . «f Rpatni 
Unit (who BflsUlned the additional nann of Rn»e», by 



l'.-q.. by Marearvl. 

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Catherine, dau. of the late J. H. Harrison, Esq., of Cop- ] 
ford Hall, Essex ; b. 182.") ; s. 1852 ; m. 1847 Marianne i 
Weyland, youngest dau; of Sir Edward Bowyer-Smijth, 
Bart., of Hill Hall, Essex, and has, with other issue, 

• Archibald Weyland, b. 1S53. 
Lieut. -Col. Brise, who was educated at Eton and Mag- 
dalen Coll., Cambridge, entered the Army in 1811 as 
Cornet 1st Dragoon Guards, and was appointed Lieut. - 
Col. Commandant West Essex Militia 1852; is aj 
J.P. and D.L. for Essex and a Magistrate for Suf- j 
folk. — Spains Hall, t'incltingjield, Bruintree; Carlto/i 
Club, s.w. 

BRISTOL, Marquis of (Frederick William 
John Hekvey). — Cr. 18-26. 

Eldest son of Frederick William, 2nd Marquis, by Lady J 
Kuthcrine Isabella Manners, 3rd dau. of John Henry, 
5th Duke of Rutland, K.G. ; b. 1834 ; s. 1804 ; m. 1802 
Geraldine, youngest dau. of the late General the Hon. 
George Anson, M.P. Educated at Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (M.A. 1855) ; is a J.P. and D.L. for 
Suffolk, Hereditary Steward of Bury St. Edmund's, Capt. 
West Suffolk Militia, and Patron of 20 livings; was 
M.P. for West Suffolk 1859-6-1.— Iclnpartk Park, 
Bury St. Edmund' s ; The Heath, Putney, Surrey; 20, 
Sussex Square, Kemptown, Brighton ; 0, St. James's 
Square, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Lord Augustus Henry Charles, edu- 
cated at Eton, M.A. of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, M.P: for 
W. Suffolk, late Lieut. West Suffolk Militia : Is ;7 ; m. 
1861 Mariana, dau. of the late William I'! liodnett, K-q.,of 
Kensington, and widow of Ashton Benyon, Esq., and has 
issue * Charles Henry Augustus, b. ISM. 

BRISTOW, Alfred Rhodes, Esq. 

Youngest son of the late Isaac Bristow, Esq., of Green- 
wich, Kent, by Henrietta Catherine, only dau. of the 
Baron Rasehorn (of The Hague); b. 1820; m. 1812 
Margaret, eldest dau. of John Oswald, Esq., of The I 
Palaco, Croydon. Mr. Bristow, who was educated at 
King's Coll., London, is a Dep.-Licut. for Kent ; he 
was M.P. for Kidderminster 1859-02, and represented 
Greenwich and Dcptford at the Metropolitan Board of 
Works till 1802, when he resigned upon his appoint- 
ment as Solicitor to the Admiralty and Navy. — 6, 
Cleveland How, St. James's, s.w. 

BRISTOW, Robert, Esq., of Broxmore Park, 
Wilts. 

Only son of Ihe late Robert Bristow, Ef>q., of Broxmore 
Park, by Sophia, dau. of — Twine, of Kanishury, \N ilts 
(she ro-inurricd 1858 Major Duriol; b. 1813; a. 1853 
Educated ut Eton ; is Lord of the Manors of Broxmore, 
&e , and Patron of 5 livings. — Broxmore Park, liumecy; 
101, Piccadilly, w. 

Hi ir /"its., hia sister Ada Sophia. 

BRISTOWE, Samuel Ellis, Esq., of Boes- 
tliorpe Hall, Notts, and IVyford Hall, 
Derbyshire. 

OrOftt-nophoW and heir of the late Samuel RristOWO, 

Esq., of Ltecslhorpe Hall and rwyford, co, I >••> l v (J.P. 
and D.L. for Notts and Derbyshire); /.. 1700;*. 1818; 
■m. 1st 1821 Mary Anne, dan. of Samuel Fox, ul 
Osniaston Hall, eo. Derby; 2nd 1 830 Alicia Mary, dau, 
of Francis. 1st Earl of Kilnmnv. la Lord of lllC 
Manors of Becsthorpe and Twyford. — Uiraftiurjtt lla'l, 
Newark, Notts ; Ttry/'unl Hull, Ibrby. 

BRITTEN, Danibl, Esq., of Kcnnwick, Worccs- 
ternhiro, 

Kld.st son ul llu> Jell II Hnfli'u, I'.si)., oi 1 I ir« >\ sili I s, 

H.rts (who rf. Ifift.T), liy Ann. dau. of Tliomn* Mick, 
Esq., Of Durham j 6, UUIH ; m 18 12 Emilia, vuiiircst 
dan. of Qoorgo (iron, Eiq., of Ulaekwall, Middh <\ 
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Is a Magistrate for Middlesex and co. Worcester, ai ' 
a Dep. -Lieut, for the City of London. — Kens>i; 
Worcester; Conservative Club, s."W. ; 7, Hanover Ter- 
race, N.W. 

BROADE. (See Stainer-Broade.) 
BROADHEAD. (See Brinckman.) 

BROADHURST, John, Esq., of Foston Hall, 
Derbyshire. 
Only son of the late John Broadhurst, Esq., J.P. anil 
D.L., of Foston, by his 1st wife Catherine, dau. of the 
late Francis Hurt, Esq., of Alderwasley, co. Derby ; ' 
1816; s. 1801 ; m. 1857 Florence Georgina Toscana. 
dau. of the late General Sir Henry Cumming. Educated 
at Harrow and Ch. Ch., Oxford ; is a J.P. and D.L. for 
co. Derby (High Sheriff 1805), a Magistrate for co. 
Stafford, and Patron of 1 living. — Foston Hall, Derby. 

-f BROADLEY, John Boukryan, Esq., of Kirk 
Ella, Yorkshire. 
Only son of the late John Broadley, Esq., of Kirk 
Ella, by Anne, dau. of — Osborne, Esq.; b. 1820 ; m. 
1854 Eleanor Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Charles Lane, 
Rector of Wrotham, Kent. Is Patron of 1 living. Was 
formerly Capt. 17th Lancers. — Kirk Ella, Hull. 
Heirs Pres., his sisters. 

BROADLEY-HARRISON, William Henry, 
Esq., of Welton, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late William Henry Harrison, Esq., 
of Ripon, by Mary, dau. of the late Henry Broadley, 
Esq., of Ftrribv, and sister of the late Henry Broadley, 
Esq., M.P., of Welton ; b. 1820 ; s. 1829. Educated at 
Ruffbv and Brasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 184:!); is a 
J.P. and D.L. for the E. Riding of Yorkshire (High 
Sheriff 1807), Patron of 3 livings, and a Capt. in the 
Yorkshire Hussars; ho assumed the additional name "1 
Broadley by Royal licence 1801, under the will of hi« 
aunt, the late Miss Sophia Broadley, of Welton. — /I - 
Brotigh, Yorkshire ; University Club, s.w. 

BROADMEaH, Thomas Palfrey, Esq., of 
Glands, Somerset. 
Only son of the late Philip Broadmead, Esq., of Olands, 
by Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Palfrey, Esq., of Milwr- 
(•>n and (take, Somerset; l>. 1822; s. 1866; m. 1843 
II irriet. dau. of James ltucknell, Esq., of the Citv of 
Cork, and ot Crowcombe, Somerset. Educated it 
Trinity Coll., Cambridge; called to the Bar at the 
Inner Temple 1847 ; is a Magistrate for Somrtsri 
— Olands, Mi'vcrton, Wellington; Residence: AVwfJ 
Pe.'hrrton, llridgiwatir. 

BltOADRICK, Georob, Esq., of Hamphall 

Sluhlis, Yorkshire, 
l'.ldisl son of the late George Broadrirk. Esq., of 
Ifahinlmll Stubbs (J.P, and D.L. f..r the W Ridinp "i 
>». Yuikl. by Jane, dau. of Lieut -Col Sir Richard 
Flctch.r. Hart. R K. ; b. 1830; .<. 18J0; >». 1N">7 Kb" 
Harriet, dau. of the RoV, W. Howorth, Hector • •! 

Whitton, Suffolk. Mr. Broadrick, who was tducnttd 

at Ruiibv, is L>nl of the Manor of llamphall. — Ha.iij- 
hall Htubbt, South Kirbv, DoHCQtttr, 

BROADRICK, Mrs.. ofHumphnll, Yorkshire 

Jnnr Mlltlgr-, yoUngCKt. dnU. Of the late Lieut Uol 
Mellaril Fletcher, Har(, HI - ., hj l'.b/al . lb. dan ■•<' 
John Mvcl.re, B«q,, M.D., of Plymouth ; m. 1839 HfOTg* 
HisviJriek, K-q., Dep .l.irlit.,' of llamphall. whrt 
I Mil, leaving (tVtlO, Ha n hall Stub!,.*, S utl. Kn 'il, 

OoHdiat* r. 



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HIM )ADWOOD, Hexry Fowler, Esq., of Lyne, , 
Surrey. 

Kldust surviving son of the Lite James S. Broadwood, I 
INq., of Lyne (vvlio was a Magistrate for Surrey and , 
Sussex, and d. 18.31), by his 2nd wife Margaret 
Svhaw, dau. of Daniel Stewart, Esq., of Glenbuckie, CO. 
[Vrth ; b. 1811; s. his half-brother, the Rev. John | 
Broadwood, 1861; m. 1840 Juliana Maria, dau." of the 
]:ite Wyrley Birch, Esq., of Wretham Hall, Norfolk, and 
has, with other issue, 

• James Henry Tschudi, b. lS r >4. 
Mr. Broadwood was educated at Harrow and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge. — Lyne, Horsham; Oxford and Cain- 
bridge Club, s.w. ; 46, Bryanston Square, w. 

BROADWOOD, Thomas, Esq., of Holmbush, 
Sussex. 

rudest son of the late Thomas Broadwood, Esq., of 
Holmbush Tower (who was High Sheriff of Sussex 
1833), by his 1st wife Annie Augusta, dau. of the late 
Alexander Mundell, Esq., of Great George Street, 
Westminster; b. 1821; s. 1861. — Holmbush Tower, 
Crawley. 

Heir Pres., his brother John Jervis, of Bnchan Hill. Crawley ; 
edncated at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1823; m. ]S4!> 
Dorothy, dan. of Richard Tomson, Esq., of the Elms, and 
has, with other issue, * John Alexander lledman, 6. 1B04. 

BROCK. (See Clutton-Brock.) 

BROCKET, Staxes Brocket, Esq., of Spains 
Hall, Essex. 
Eldest son of the late Stanes Chamborlnyne, Esq., of 
The Ryes, Essex (who d. 1834), by Mary, dau. and 
heir of the late William Brocket, Esq., of Spains Hall, 
whose name he has assumed; b. 1782; m. 1822 Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Isaac Button, Esq., of Ospringe, Kent, 
and widow of the late J. Woollett, Esq., of Rye, Sussex, 
and by her (who d. I 864) has surviving issue, 

* Mary (in. 18(SG C. P. Meryon, Esq., of Rye, Sussex), and 
Elizabeth. 

Mr. Brocket, who was called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple 1812, is a J.P. and D.L. for Essex (High 
Sheriff 18 H), and Bencher of the Middle Temple. 
— Spains Hall, Ongar. 

BHOCKUOEES, Thomas FITZ-HEB BERT-, 
Esq., of Clftughtorl Hall, Lancashire. 
Eldest son of the late William Fitz-Herbert, Esq., of! 
Oliiughton Hall (who assumed the additional name of 
IlrWekholes), by Mary, eldest dau. and co-heir of James 
Windsor Heuougo, Esq.) of Cadeby, eo. Lincoln: b. 
1800 ; h. 1817. Educated at Pshaw Coll.; is a .1.1'. 
and I).L for eo. Lancaster (High Shoriff 18111). This 
family is n younger branch of the Fit z- Herberts of 
Swynncrton (whom sen). — Claughlon Hcdl, Gars tang, 
I. aura shirr ; Stafford Club, w. 

Il,n t'rt»„ Mb nephew Jnmeft, eldest mirvitlng Bon of his late 
brother Cluulcs, by Mary, dan. of — CuYruihcro, Ksq. ; 
i>. 18— . 

4 BttOCKLEBAtfK, Thomas, Esq., of Green- 
IuikIh, Ctimberland. 
Son of tlio Into Thos, Breeklobnnk, Esq,; /». 1812; was 
\\\\>\\ Bhoriff of Cumberland 1884. — Greenland's, Irloti, 

II nitefiawn, Cumberland . 

11 HOC KLEH UR ST, John, Esq., of Hurclsfiukl 

lloUMC, ( 'licsllilc. 

Hjvoml Hon of the late John Orofklehurot, Esq., of Lrn 
Hull, ro. cheater (who </ 1830), by Snvnh, dnn oi Peter 
Itwvimll, Enq.,of iWnnll Green, diopter ; b. i;nh . 
*■' l*ii Mary, dau of VV, Conro, l'.-q., and by her (who 
<• 1818) iniM, with other issue, 

• IVIIUnm Conre, nr nut lev Mali nftir MheolwfleM, n ttmri» ' 
(fats for Uliwlitre, nnd Lleuti < i» ililre ymnnnry Ctvalrj . 



) KINGDOM. Br0 

b. 1816 ; m. 1849 Mary, dan. of 'William Wortliiiii ion 1 
of Brockhur^L Hall, co. Chester, ami has, Willi i 
* William, b. 1851. 

Mr. Broeklehurst. who is a Banker and Silk Mann!"., •■- 
turer at Macclesfield, and a Magistrate for co. Chest, r 
has been 31. P. for Macclesfield since 1832. — Hum .%•..,/ 
House, Macclesfield ; Reform Club, s.w. 

BROCKLEHTJRST, Philip Lancaster, Esq., of 
Swytbamley Park, Staffordshire. 
Fourth son of Join Broeklehurst, Esq., M.P., of Hurds- 
field House, co. Chester^ by Mary, dau. of William 
Coare, Esq. ; h. 1827. Is a Magistrate for co. Stafford, 
and Lord of the Manor of Swythamley. — Su-yihamUo 
Park, Macclesfield. 

BROCKLEHTJRST, Thomas, Esq., of The 
Fence, Cheshire. 
Third son of the late John Broeklehurst, Esq.. of Jor- 
dangate and of Lea Hall (who d. 1S39), by Sarah, dau. 
of Peter Pownall. Esq.. of Pownall Green, co. Chester; 
h. 1791 ; m. 1823 Martha Mary, only dau. of Thomas 
Unett, Esq., of Market Drayton, co. Salop, and has, 
with other issue, 

* Thomas Unett, a Magistrate for eo. Chester ; 6. 1S24. 
Mr. Broeklehurst is a Magistrate for the borough of 
Macclesfield, and a Banker in that. town. — The Fence, 
Macclesfield. 

BROCKMAN, the Rev. Tatxon, of Beach- 
borough, Kent. • 
Fifth son of tho late James Drake Brockman. Esq., of 
Beachborough, by Catharine Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. 
William Tatton, D.D.. Rector of Rothcrtield, Susses : 
b. 1792 ; s. 1S47; in. 1st 1825 Louisa, youngest dau. of 
Sir Henry Hawloy, Bart., of Leybourne Grange, Kent 
(she d. 1837) ; 2nd 18-1(1 Anna, eldest dau. ot tiie Lev. 
John Holmes, of Gawdy Hall, Norfolk, and ha-- issue. 
Educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. IMC. MA 1817} ; 
in Holy Orders; in 1848 was ' appointed Rector of 
Otham, Kent; is Patron of 2 livings; was Yi.-ur of 
Rottingdean, Sussex, 1838-47. This farailywere located 
in Kent in tho time of Richard II. — Beachborough, 
Hylhe ; Gore Court, Maidstone. 

+ BRODERICK, Thomas Hexky, Esq., of Lee- 
monnt, co. Cork. 
Son of the late T. Broderick, Esq., of Lceinnunt : b. 
18UO. Is a Magistrate for CO. Cork, — LcchwuhI, CVmwA- 
ford, co. Cork. 

BRODETttP, Fl'Ml'XP ( IM1II.I., Esq.. of Cos- 

Kington, Somerset. 

EUlest son of the late Kdmund Hroderip, Esq . of Cos- 
Sltlgton Manor, by Grace Dory. dnu. of Benjamin 
OrecnhiU, lis)., of StOtt RnRtOII, Somerset, ii. 1 SUS ; », 
1847; »<■ 1842 Sarah, eldest dau. of Daniel Mills. 
Ivq., of Sudgrove House, eo. Gloucester, and has, with 
other issue. 

• Bdimind, BTttl Foot ; h. tStn ; M, IMS Kmmn. (MfStdMh "f 
the lu(<< Walker llattlcld, Kmj., of l'olliii(.'li > llrul^-e. r... 
Yolk. 

Mr. Hroderip. who was educated at RtOD and Trinity 
Coll., Oxfotvl, is a Magistrate lor Somerset, l.orl nf 
the Manors ■>(' Cossington ami Wlioliivington, nnd Pa- 
tron of the Hectorv of t'ossington. — i h, Miinor MnMT, 

Qneingfon, Bridyx tenter. 

DRODIK, So- Benjamin Con ins. Bart, (cr 
1S:U). 

I'.ldest son of the late sir mnjnnun Collins umdie, 
I tiu-t ., V.U.S.. of Itmotno l'arl.. Surrey (sonulime l*n- 
sidrnt of the Royal Sneicty, ami Berjiiint ^Surgeon t» 

Her Majrslvl. bv Anne, daU. of Mr. Si H( ant .Tlloii ; 
/.. 1817 i «. m 2nd Unit, is<!2; m, l.s'is Pldkrthca 
Margaret, dau. uf Mr. Seijwinl Tltompsoo Klucalcil 

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at Harrow and Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1839, M.A. 
1812); is Professor of Chemistry! in the University of, 
Oxford. This family are of ancient Scottish extraction, 
but have been settled in Wiltshire for three generations. 
— Cowley House, Oxford; Atheneeum Clidlj s.w. 

Heir, his son Benjamin Vincent. Sellon, <>. lSti'2. 

BRODIE, Fef.debick, Esq., F.R.A.S., of Uck- 1 
field, Sussex. 
Youngest son of the late Alexander Brodie, D.D., Vicar 
of Eastbourne, Sussex, by Anna, dau. of . the late ! 
John Walter, Esq., M.l\, of Teddington Grove, Mid- j 
dlesex ; b. lb'JIi; m. 1st 1853 Elizabeth Anne, only j 
surviving dau. of Thomas Fussell, Esq., of Wadbury I 
House, [somerset ; 2nd 18o8 Ada Blanche, 3rd dau. of j 
Sir Robert Walter Garden, of Mole Lodge, Surrey, and 
by the latter has, with other issue, 

• Charles Gordon, b. 18U0. 
Mr. Brodie, who was educated at Edinburgh Academy 
and University, is a Magistrate for Sussex. This • 
family is a younger branch of the Brodies of Brodie, j 
being descended from David, 13th Laird of Brodie, 
who d. 1G2G. — Molcsty Gore, TJchfield, Sussex. 

BRODIE, Mrs., of Eastbourne, Sussex. 

Anna, youngest dau. of the late John Walter, Esq., of 
Teddington Grove, Middlesex, by Trances, dau. of J. 
Landon, Esq. ; in. 181- the Rev. Alexander Brodie, 
D.D., Vicar of Eastbourne, who d. 1828. — The Gore, j 
Eastbourne, Sussex. 

BRODIE, Mrs., of Lethen, Morayshire. 

Emma Georgina, 3rd dau. of William Gabbett, Esq., [ 
of Mount. Minnett, co. Limerick; m. 18o8 Thomas: 
Stewart Brodio, Esq., of Lethen, who was a Dep.-Lieut. j 
for co. Moray, and Who d. 18G5, leaving issue, * two I 
daughters. — Lethen House, and Couhnony House, Nairn, l 
KB. 

BRODIE, "William, Esq., of Brodie, Moray- 1 
shire. 

Eldest son of the Into James Brodie, Esq., jtin., of, 
Brodie, by Ann, dau. of Col. Storey, of Ascot, Northum- i 
berland ; b. 1799 ; *. 1824 ; m. 1838 Eliza, dau. of the ! 
late Col. Hugh Duncan Haillie, of Redcastle, co. Boss, ; 
and has, with other issue, 

• George Gordon, It.N. ; b. 1839. 
Mr. Brodie, who was educated at King's Coll., Aber- 
deen, is a J.B. and I).L. for cos. Banff and Elgin, and 
Lord-Lieutenant of co. tfairn. — ■ JJrodie Castle, Forres, 
Morayshire, KB. ; Car/ton Club, s w, 

BRODIE, WlM/tAM Ririr,\ni>, Esq., of Swan- 
age, Dorset. 
Eldest son of the late William Bird Brodio, E*q., of 
Swanage (who was a Dep.-Licut. for Wills. M.I', for 
Salisbury 1832-13, and Formerly Meut.-Col, Salis- 
bury Volunteer Infantry), by his 2nd wife Frnnccs, 
dau. of the Into I. i v. Richard Huntley of Bnxwell 
Court, co. Gloucester, and nephew ol the lato Sir Bon- 
jumin Brodie, Bart.; b. 1830; e, 1803. Tins family 
is of Scottish extract ioli.— Swiuutr/e, Dorsetshire, 

BRODIE-INNES, tho Rev. Joun, of Milton 
Brodie, Morn) shire. 
Only son of tl>> lute John lhncft, Esq., formerly of 
[bitone, Bucks, by Mary, dan. of the late John Leslie, 
Esq.; b. 1810; », IiIn cnulrifi, tho Into Mrs Umdie 
Dunn, of Milton Drndie, iHfll ; Ml. IB 17 lilil I Mary, 
dau. of the late John l.nidlaw, Es.|., and IlilN i-«ue, 

• John Willlnml h, I"!". 
Mr. Brodie«lnnes, who « is rdurati I :it Trinity Coll., 
Oxford (HA. lsi'i. M.A. 1842), 1* Patron of Hiving. 
This family is .1. . . ended from I'Vnncis, Otli *on of 1 
David Itrodie. of ilr. die, N.B.J b. IDAS; a daughter in I 

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1723 married a cadet of the family of Innes, f r 
whom the present heir of entail in possession is dire- 
descended. — Milton Brodie, Forres, Morayshire, A /• 
Bovne, Bromley, Kent. 

BRODIGAN, Fkancis, Esq., of Pilton Hou-,, 
co. Meath. 

Second but eldest surviving son of the late Fran -. 
Brodigan, Esq., by Mary, dau. of Thomas McEce. 
Esq., of Pilton ; b" 1810 ; s. his brother 1849 ; is mar- 
ried, and has issue, 

* Francis, Capt. 28th Foot ; b. 1536, 
Mr. Brodigan, who was educated at the Dro- 1 ;,-'; 
School and Trinity Coll., Dublin, where "he <rr.-t.i~ ti 
B.A., is a Barrister of the Middle Temple and a Ma- 
gistrate for co. Meath ; was Hicrh Sheriff of Dn ghe i 
in 1857, and again in 1863. — Pilton House, co. Meath, 
Reform C/ub J s.w. ; Middle Temple, e.c. 

BRODRICK. (See under Midlcton, Viscount.) 

BROKE-MIDDLETOX, Sir George Nathaxikt,. 
Bart., C.B., of Shrubland Park, Suffolk 
(cr. 1813). 

Second son of the late Bear-Admiral Sir Philip Bowr> 
Vere-Broke, Bart., by Sarah Louisa, dau. of Sir Wil- 
liam Fowle Middleton, Bart., of Shrubland Park, Suf- 
folk; b. 1812; s. his brother as 3rd Hart. 1355: ,, 
1853 Albinia Maria, 2nd dau. of Thomas Evans 
Esq., of Lyminster, Sussex. Is a J.P. and D.L for 
Suffolk (High Sheriff 186-t), Lord of the Manors of 
Nacton, Cow-Haugh, and Kembroke, Suffolk, Patron of 
3 livings, and a Bear-Admiral on the reserved list. 
This family was first raised to the Baronetcy in 1661. 
—Broke Hall and Shrubland Bark, Ipswich; Carlton 
and United Service Clubs, s.w. 

Heir Pres. (to the estates), his niece Jeannette. eMe<t dau of 
the late C harles Broke, Esq., Cnpt. Grenadier G»ard=. by 
Anne Mario, dau. of the late J. Hamilton, LVq.,of Suiidrum 
co. Ayr. 

BROME, Charles John Bvthesea, Esq.. of 

Mailing House, Kent. 
Only son of the late Charh s Brome. Esq., of Mailing 
House, and of the .Manor House. Bishop StOTtford 
Herts, by Cecilia, dau. of William Bvthesea. Esq., of 
Blackheath, Kent, ami Wick House, Wilts, and great- 
nephew of the late Sir Charles Saxton. Bart., maiiv 
years Commissioner of Portsmouth ; b. 1811; s. 1830; 
m. 1N33 \melia, dau. of B. Hill. Esq., of Newcastle! 
and has, with other issue. 

• Charles BjtheM a, ». Is. 
Mr. Brome. who WdS educated at the Charterhouse, is 
sixteenth in direct d. -, enl from Sir William de ffrOAe, 
Standard-Bearer to Edward 111., and only male repre- 
sc titatnoof t his ancient family.— J/,i,' Una ILus , Ma.d- 
stone; acavitrtc, f&ttter, 

ItUOMlIEAD. Si,- Edmund GoxVille, Part , 
of Tkurlby Hall, L^polnshiro for, 1806). 
Only BurvivinH son „f the lute Sir OonviU.- Bromhead. 
ot lhurlby Hall. 1st Bnrt. (wlio rf 1832), 1\ Jonr 
dau. of the late Sir Uliarltw r'trt-nch. lUrt. ( 1791; 
s. hie brother na 3rd Hurt. 1806; m. 1823 Ju.bih Cr 
ri-tme, dau. of James Wood, Em., ,.( WnwlriUe. ca. 
Slim. Educated at the lloyd UiHtan OoU QmI 
Marlow ; is a J.P. and D.L. f., r eo Lincoln, a Mnfii- 
Irate lor co. Sliiro, and I'atr.n ..f 1 livirur; waa i'>r- 
merly a Major in the Army. — Thurthy }[.,•;, tjimtol*, 
//nr, hll Mm L.lwarJ, ID uri^-cr in the Army ; ». Isjj. 

4 DROMHEAD, Jons, B«q., of RMpfaMU, 

Only mm of the iat.> uVnjamla Bramhrnd Brt 
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lS't 1 .); m. 18."6 Anne Feetor. younger daii. of the late 
Lieut. -Col. George It. P. Jnrvis, of Doddington Hall, 
co. Lincoln, and. hasiss'ue-. Mr. Bromhead is a Magis- 
trate for co, Lincoln. — Reepham Hall, Lincoln. 

IMIOMLEY, Sir Henry, Bart., of Stoke Hull, 
Notts (cr. 1757). 
Eldest son of the late Sir Robert Howe Bromley. Bart., 
of Stoke Hall, by Anne, dau. of Daniel Wilson, Esq., 
of Dalham Tower, Westmoreland; &. 1816; s. as 4th 
Hart. 18">7 ; m. 1st 184S Charlotte Frances Anno. dan. 
of the late Col. Lancelot Rolleston, M.P., of Wat nail 
Hall, Notts (she d. 1853); 2nd 1850 Georgiana Ellen, 
dau. of the late Vere Fane, Esq., of Little Poaton Hall, 
co. Lincoln. Is a Magistrate for Notts, and Patron of 3 
livings; late Capt. 48th Foot. — Stoke Hall, Newark, 
//cir, his son Henry, b. 1849. 

1! ROM LEY, Lady. 
Clara, youngest dau. of Robert Moser. Esq., Merchant, 
formerly of Cyfatha Iron-works and London; m. 1843 
Sir Richard Madox Bromley, K.C.B., some years Ac- 
countant-Gen. of the Navy, who d. 18G5. — 33, Park 
Street, w, 

ISUOMLEY, Nathaniel WARNER-, Esq., of 
Badniondisfield Hall, Suffolk. 
Eldest son of the late Joseph Warner-Bromley, Esq.. 
Solicitor, of London (who 18G0), by Amelia, dau. of 
Nathaniel Robarts, Esq., of Chipping Barnet, Herts ; 
h. 1822; m. 1801 Henrietta, dau. of Thomas Bradbury 
Winter, Esq., of Brighton, Sussex, and has issue, three 
daughters. Mr. Bromley, who was called to the Bar at 
the Middle Temple 1846, is a Magistrate for Suffolk, 
niul Lord of the Manor of Badniondisfield. — JJaaindn- 
dUfield Hall, Wickhain Brook, Suffolk. 



BROMLEY-DAVENPORT, William, Esq., of 
Wootton Hall, Staffordshire ; Baginton 
Hull, Warwickshire ; and Capesthorne, 
Cheshire. 

Eldest son of the late Bov. Walter Davenport -Bromley, 

of Wool ton Hall (who assumed the additional name of I BROOKE, Sir Victor 



Joseph Armitage, Esq., Of Milnsbridge II use; '.. |«ti7 ■ 
s. 1855. Educated at Eton; is joint Patron wiili ),,, 
uncle; Charles Brook, Esq., of the living ot Molt ham 
M^ls.—Meltham Half, Huddersfield. 

BROOKE, Sir Richard, Bart., of Norton Priory, 
Cheshire (cr. 
Eldest son of the late Sir Richard Brooke, Bart., of 
Norton Priory, by Harriet, 2nd dau. of the late Sir 
Foster Cunlifte, Bart. ; b. 1814 ; s. as 7th Bart. 18C5 ; 
in. 1818 Lady Louisa Tollemache, dau. of the late 
General the Hon. Sir Alexander Dutf. G.C.B.. and sister 
of James, 5th Earl of Fife (she (/. 1-861). Educated at 
Eton ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Cheshire, a Magistrate 
for eo. Denbigh, Lieut. -Col. Cheshire Ritie Volunteers, 
and Patron of 1 living; was formerly Lieut. l>r Lite 
Guards. This family have been seated at Norton 
upwards of three centuries, Sir Richard Brooke. Knr., 
of Norton, having been Sheriff of the count} - in 1563. 
— Norton Priory, Preston Brook, Cheshire ; Acton Park 
Wrexham, Denbighshire; Carlton Club, s.w. 
Heir, his son Richard Marcus, b. 1850. 

BROOKE, Sir William DE CAPELL-, Bart., 
of Great Oakley, Northamptonshire (cr. 
1S03). 

Second son of the late Sir Richard De Capell-Brooke, 
Bart., of Great Oakley (who assumed the names of Do 
Capell and Brooke in lieu of Supple, by Royal licence, 
in 17 n 7, and d. 1829), by Mary, only dau. and lieir of 
General R. Worge ; b. 1801; s. his brother a^ 3rd 
Bart. 1858 ; in. 1829 the Hon. Catharine, youngest dau. 
of Lowis, 2nd Lord Sondes. Educated at Rugby and 
Brasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1822. M.A. 1835)"; calUnl 
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1 826 ; is a Magistrate 

for cos. Northampton and Le icester, and Patr f 1 

living; was High Sheriff of Rutland 1852. — Oaklet) 
Hall, Kettering, Northamptonshire ; The Elms, Market 
Harborough ; Aghadvc, Yonghal, co. Cork; University 
CI i(h, s.w. 

Heir, his pnn Richard Lewis, M.A.. of Trinity Cull., Cam- 
bridge ; 6. 1831. 



Bromley in 1822, on succeeding to the estate of Baffin 
I'm Hall, co. Warwick), by his 1st wife Caroline, dau. 
of the Ven. Archdeacon Gooch; b. 1821 ; «. 1802 ; m. 
18. r )8 Augusta, dau. of the Into Walter F. Campbell, 
E<q., of Islay, nnd has, with other issue, 
• William, b. 1868. 

Mr. Bromley-Davenport, who was educated at IT irrow 
and Ch, Ch., Oxford, is a Dep>Tiieut. I''"- en. Stafford, 
Lord of the Manors of Baginton; Buhbenhall. and 
Ellnstone, Patron of :i livings, and Lieut.-Uol. in ihe 
Siaffoixtshire Yeomanry; elected M l', forco, Warwick 
Wfl-i j he asMumed the name of Bromley-Davenprirl in 
Inn of Davenport-Bromley by Royal licence 1868 on 
succeeding to the Cnpest homo estates.— Wbotton Hall, 
Axldioitrne i Itnginttm Hull, Covtmtfi/; CapesthotH •, Von* 
tflilbni 6, Lowndes Stmt, w. 

I1K00K, Charms 
Li'iocstorRliiro, 
Kon of the lute James Brook, of Thornton Lodge, eo. York, I 

""I brother of the late William f#\a\\ Urn,,!,, of M , Ithatn 

Mall, co. York;/., lsit; m. I860 Kliflibcth, rtnu 01 the 
IhIh John Sunderland Hirst, of On enhoud Cotl itto, eo. 
i»rk. Is a Manufacturer al If iulderi»neld, and u Miigie- 

tnHe. for eo. Leicester ft nil the \V. Ill ling of Yorkshire ; | 

i on nf the Mnu.ir, Patron and In* ttc< tor nl I \iu\< rby, 
Mnl Patron ofWh«Mtom».— liiifarhy lloll, frfcrrfer. \ 

WlOOK, .Tamkh W i i.i iam, Khh., of Mcltliaml 
Hall, Yorkaliire. 
' " * "» lite Wdlinm Leigh Brook, Rsq., ofl 

»MlllltHl Hall, by ||| a l„, w ,,\., CliarlottO, dan. of 



A.LF.XANDER, Bart., of 



l']s(|., of Enderby Hall, 



Colebrooke, eo. Fermanagh (cr. 1822). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Arthur Brin.-lov Brooke, 
Bart., of Colebrooke (who was M.P. for eo. Fermanagh 
1810-54), by the Hon. Julio Henrietta, dau. of the 
late General Sir George Anson. G.C.I!., M.I'., and for- 
merly Maid of Honour to the Queen ; ft. 1812; .<. ;it 
3rd Bart. 18">4 ; w. 1 S'l 1 Alice Sophia, dau. of Sir 
Alan E. Bollinglmm, Bart, Educated at Harrow; is a 
Dep.-Liout. forco. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1807), and 
Lord of the Manor of Colebrooke. — Colehrookt Park, 
lirookeborottgh, co. Fermanagh ,• \, Urgent Street, s.w. 

Heir, lits son Arthur Dougld*, 6. 1805, 

BROOKE, Sir Jamf.s, Knt..* K.C.B., D.C.L. (cr. 
L848). 

Only snrvivinu son of Thomas Brooke, Esq., of Wltl* 
combe, near llath (who was formerly in tin- l'i-l [tldia 
Civil Service), by II d m. i»f Col. Stuart ; t, 180:1 Ebi- 
eated at the (inimtiinr School, Norwich : VMa fbniwrly 
in the Ea-I India Co \s Military Service in ItNiawt, Kiel 

served in the Burmese war ; created Hon. D.C.L, of 

Oxford 1S17; is Raiah of Sarawak, « Qi»VMtl«ir Mid 

Commander«in«Chirf of f^kuan, and CummfoMuiwr ta 
the Sultan of Borneo ls*7--">0. — Butrttot, theittvek, 
Jh ton, 

BROOKK, Sir Obow f. K r IV (< r. 18U7), 
Son of the late Henry Brooke, Koq., of Britfol; '■. I«93; 
»». 1821 Catherine, ■Inn. of LVter Coclirme, E«|., of 
Clappen, N.H. ((.hoc/. 18.1m). Educated at Uu lujyml 



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Military Academy, "Woolwich ; is a Lieut. -Gen. in the I 
Roval (late. Bengal) Army, and Col. -Commandant R.A. ' 

— United Service Club, s.w. 

-f BROOKE, Basil George, Esq., of Dungan- 
non, co. Tyrone. 
Son of the late G. Brooke, Esq. ; b. 1800. Is a Magis- 
trate for cos. Monaghan and Tyrone. — Dungannon, co. 
Tyruiic. 

BROOKE, Francis Capper, Esq., of Ufford, 
Suffolk, 

Only son of the late Rev. Charles Brooke, of Ufford 
Place, by Charlotte, dau. of the Rev. Francis Capper ; 
b. 1810 ; s. 1836 ; m. 1st 1839 Juliana, dan. of Charles 
Allix, Esq., of Willoughby, co. Lincoln (she d. 1840) ; 
2nd 18.V2 Louisa, dau. of James Duff, Esq., and has, 
by the. latter, with other issue, 

• Reginald, b. 1804. 
Mr. Brooke, who was educated at Harrow and at Ch. 
Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1835), is Patron of the living of I 
Ufford, and on the Roll of High Sheriffs of Suffolk for 
18G9 ; formerly Capt. Grenadier Guards. — Ufford Place, < 
H'oodbridge. 

BROOKE, George Frederick, Esq., of Sum- 
merton, co. Dublin. 
Eldest son of the late Francis Richard Brooke, Esq., of 
Suminerton (who was High Sheriff of co. Dublin I860), 
by the Hon. Henrietta, younaer dau. of Charles Joseph, 
3rd Viscount Monck ; b. 1841); s. 1867. Educated at 
Eton. This family is a branch of that of the Brookes, 
Barts., of Colebrooke, co. Fermanagh. — Sumrnerton, 
Castle Knock, co. Dublin ; 1, Gardiner's How, Dublin. 

+ BROOKE, Capt. Gustavus Travers, of 
Templcpatrick, co. Antrim. 
Son of the late G. Brookes Esq., of Templcpatrick ; b. 
1817. Js a Magistrate for cos. Antrim and Dublin, and 
a Capt. in the Army; was formerly an Officer in the 
55th Foot. — Temple patrick, co. Antrim. 

BROOKE, Hew, Esq., of Church Minslrall, 
Cheshire. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Brooke, Esq., of the 
Orange, Northwich, by Margaret, dau. of Sir Ellis 
Cunlill'e, Bart., of Acton Bark, Co. Denbigh ; b. 1798; 
Educated at Westminster and Ch. Ch., Oxford; i> a 
Dep.-Lieut. for co. Cluster (High Sheriff 18 18), Lord 
of the Manor of Mlnshull, and Patron of 1 living; was 
formerly Major Cheshire Yeotnnnvj Cavalry. -Forest 
Hill, Minehtdl, Northwich; Boodle's and Vravi lit ri ( 'tubs, 

H.W. 

BROOKE, -Misses, of llinton Abbey, Somerset- 
Ellen 1/niisii Symoudn and Margaret Selina Patton, 

only HUm-ivill^ I8MXJ Of tho lale Harold Kvimcsman 

M,.pl. i..n Brook,., Esq., of Hinton Abbey, by'Mnignrcl 
Uuixn, only dan. of ('apt. Svni.Mi.ls "and of Ellen 
UohiiiMUi, dau. and f.-o-hrir of Janu s Humphries, Esq., 
nf Mint .ii Abbey; «. I MU7. Are Udieft ol tho Manor 
of llinton, Tin y hnvo inherited the Hfnton Ujbej 
Mute throngli the liobiiiHonii, who purchased h from 
Sir Edward llungerlord, Burt., temp. Queen Anne. 

— /lititi ii Abbey, Hath. 

HROOKE, tho Rev. John, of Houghton Hall, 

Shrnpshiiv. 

nd mm of the Into O, Brooke Bribes Townsliend, 

I -\.. "f lluiinhton Hall (whn nsxuined in l *8<1 the nur« 

" " 1 Brwkr only, ami who d. \%\h\ l>y II. urietta 

iliin «»l Iticlmrd Manwy, LH.of Wnlton-on-tho-IIilLtto 
Unca-trr; A. i,so;i, „. |„, brother , \ ww | SI 7, m , 
1843 Oeurgiaim D>iuicpii, jrotuigi nl duu of the tat* John 



Cotes, Esq., of Woodeote, co. Salop, and has, with other 
issue, 

* John Townshend, b. 1844. 

Mr. Brooke, who was educated at Rtigbyand Brasenose. 
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1824), is Patron of 1 Living ; vu* 
Vicar of Shiffnal 1832-47.— Haughton Hall, SMffnal ; 
University Club, s.w. 

BROOKE, Jony, Esq., of Armitage Bridge, 
Yorkskirc. 

Eldest son of the late William Brooke, Esq., of North- 
gate House, near Huddersfield (who d. 1846'). bv 
Hannah, dau. of William Clapham, Esq., of Leeds; i,. 
179-1; vi. 1S22 Jane, 2nd dau. of William Lajcock 
Esq., of Appleton, and has issue, 

* John William, of Sibton Park. Suffolk : educated at Eton. 
M.A. of University Coll., Oxford: a Barrister-at-Lau I 
the Inner Temple ;" .J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk ( Hi ah Sheriff 
18(13), and patron of 1 living; b. 18'.'4; m. IS49 Jemima 
Charlotte, dau. of James Brittain, F.sq., of Buenos Aviv-, 
and has, with other issue, * John Kendall, b. 185G. 

Mr. Brooke is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding of 
Yorkshire. — Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield. 

BROOKE, the Rev. Richard, of Gateforth 
House, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the late Richard Robson, Esq., of Don- 
caster, by Mary, dau. of John Nicoll, Esq., of Elstrce, 
Herts, and of Bolton Hall, Pocklincton, co. York; b. 
1800; .s. 18.30 his aunt Theodosia, dau. of Humphrey 
Brooke Osbaldeston, Esq., of Gateforth House and 
Hunmnnhy Hall, co. York; m. 1836 his cousin Jan.\ 
dan. of Lieut. -Col. Hutchinson, of Wold Newton, CO. 
York, when he took the name of Brooke by Royal 
licence. Educated at St. Catherine's Coll., Cambridg 
(B.A. 1822, M.A. 1827) ; is a Magistrate for the E. and 
W. Ridings of Yorkshire, Lord of the Manors of Ask. rn 
and Gateforth, and Patron of 2 Livings.— GateJ 
House, SeV>y ; Church-Cliff House, Filey, Scarborough. 
Junior Carlton Club, s.w. 

Utir Pres., his cousin Humphrey Brooke Firman, Esq., 
183:] ; in. )8 jG Miss Fitzgibbon, and has issue. 

BROOKE, Richard Akxauh, Esq., of Handford, 
Cheshire. 

Elder son of the late Richard Brooke. Esq., F.S \ . i 
Handford, by Eleanor Elspit, eldest dau. of Alexander 
Hadden, Esq., of Bramcote, Notts; b. 1832; 1861. 
Educated at Harrow; was formerly Capt. Montreal 
Light Infantry Militia. This family were located near 
Gougicton, Cheshire, in the 17th century; and Bene- 
diet Brooke (b. 1670) acquired, in 171 I. the ealute at 
Hindi ml, in Cbeadle, co. Chester.— Haiidfurd,\\~d sfVr, 
Cheshire. 

i far I'rit., his brother Alexander, b. 1834, 

BROOKE, Thomas, Esq., of Brooke House, 
Suffolk, 

Fifth son of the late Isaac Brooke. Esq., of H<>rrinrrcr, 
Suffolk, by Mary. dau. of — Dearsloy, Esq., and bntUiet 
ol the late Arthur John Brooke, lira., of Brooke Uouse 

(who Mas [ligh Sheriff of Sutt. Ik ISMtt b. 177'.t; H. In« 
tin >t Iter 1HI-; hi. 18 -Mary, dau. of IhlMell S.«,H. 
Hm„ of sproiinhti.n, Suffolk, ta a BdAgistratti lor 
Suilolk.— tirookt House, HomuigefaatA, 2huy St. Id- 

til lllld'n. 

Il.tr fYr#,, hit nephew Arthur, in H<dv Or.ler«. M.A. ol 
t'nlvrr-liy Coll., Oxford, View of Ensl ftedfonl, Notts -•" 
of l- mo. el.tiM brother of Thomas HrooVr. Km.; A. 

in. ImM Harriet Jam, ynnt.-t <in>,. «>f ti.r n. > I m i 

lllmiilli Id, 11m lore! OrsoM, nu I hiw iwin- J oliil.lnn. 

■fBttOOKE, TnoMAS, Esq, of Lougli-fofc 
Cuatlv, eo. I toueffnl. 

Son Of the Int.' Ti Brooke. I'.-q., of Lot|b>Blk C.l'lle . 

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HliOOKE, Thomas William Lasgford, Esq., of 
Mere Hall, Cheshire, 

S'li ot' the late Thomas John Langford Brooke, Esq., of 
Mi re Hall (who was formerly in the Royal Navy), by 
Catherine Mary, dan. of Major Alexander Macleod; b. 
I S 4 3 ; s. 1861. Educated at Eton ; is Lieut. R. Horse 
(iaanls. — Mere Hall, Knutsford, Cheshire; Boodle's and 
Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. 

BliOOKE, William, Esq., Q.C., of Taney-Hill 
House, co. Dublin. 
Eldest son of the late Win. Brooke.Esq., M.D., of Dublin, 
by Angel, dau. and heir of Edward Perry, Esq., of 
Moorefield, co. Tyrone; b. 1796; „i. 1st 1819 Emily 
Margaret, only dau. of Robert R. Wilmot, Esq., of the 
city of Cork; 2nd 1853 Catharine Dasehkow, dau. of the 
Rev. William Bradford, Rector of Storrington, Sussex, 
and has, with other issue, 

* Robert Wilmot, Brevet Major of the fiilth Rifles ; b. 1826 ; 
7n. 18GS Elizabeth Joanna, only dau. ot Lieut. -General Sir 
Duncan MacGregor, K.C.B. 

Mr. Brooke, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin 
(B.A. 1814), and called to the Irish Bar at Dublin 1817, 
is a Queen's Counsel, and a Master in the Irish Court 
of Chancery. — Taney-Hdl House, Dundrum, co. Dublin ; 
University Club, Dublin. 

BROOKE. (See Howard-Brooke.) 

BROOKE, Lord. (See under Warwick, Earl of.) 

BROOKE-PECHELL, the Hon. Lady, of Castle 
Goring, Sussex. 
Katharine Annabella, younger dau. of Cecil, 15th Lord 
do In Zouehe, by Harriet Anne, only dau. and heir of 
William Southwell. Esq., of Frampton, co. Gloucester; 
m. 1826 the late Vice-Admiral Sir George R. Brooke- 
Pcehell, Bart, (many years M.P. for Brighton), who d. 
1860, leaving surviving issue, 

* Two daughters. 

Lady B. Pechell is Patron of 2 livings. — Castle Goring, 
Worthing ; 27, Hill Street, Bcrkelry Square, w. 

BROOKE-rECHELL. (See Pechell.) 

BROOKES, William, Esq., of Elmestree, Glou- 
cestershire. 

Eldest son of the lat e Joseph Brookes, Esq., of Elmes- 
tree, by Mary Anne. dau. of William Holliday, Esq., of 
The Grange; b. 1822; ». 18.12; m. 1st 184,1 Eleanor, 
eldest dnu. of Jacob Wood, Esq., of Tetbury ; 2nd 1855 
Anne, 4th dim. of William Maskelyno, K*q., of Oukoley 
Park, Wilts, and has issue, 

• Alfred William, /,. 1H17. 

Mr. Brookes, who was educated at (}ue.n's Coll.. Ox- 
ford, is a Magistrate for co. Gloucester and a ( 'apt. X. 
Gloucester Militia, — Elmestree, Tetbury. 

BROOKES, William, Esq., of Croft Hall, 
Leicestershire, 

bluest son of the late Jumps Brookes, Esq., of Croft 
Hall, by Ann, dau. of Thomas Eitlshaw, Esq., of 
Kirk by Mallory, co. Leio-dor; ft 1822; :■' 1837| "' 
181,5 Anne, dan. of the I!, v. William II. an Leech, 
Rector of Kgretuotit, Cumberland, and has, with other 

issue, 

• .lam™, b. 1B17. 

ftlr. Brookos, who was educated nl King's Coll, School 
and Lincoln Coll., Oxford i U A. 184ft), is a Mii(ti«trate 
For eOi Li icesi ir, I, on I of t he Manor of Craft, and l utrou 

Of thftt living -Cnft Hall, Hinckley. 

BROOKS, Mrs , of MUun-k Mane. Beds. 

Mary, ill. st dun of A l< tand.r 1 Lit fluid . lv.|..ot Twiek- 

• nhum, Mi ddh «oit, l \ Mnry,duu.ol' Sir Uichard Pcrryn, 
Knt , Huron of the Lx< ihequer , ». 1810 Jtittn Thonwi 



Brooks, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Flitwick Manor, «!,., ,/. 
18.38, leaving, with other issue, 

* John Hatfield, educated at Rugby, a Magistrate for It.,!, 
late Major in the lt'tU Hussars; b. 1824 : m. Is."... >...'.. j 
Margaret, dau. of the lare Henry Cloete,43sq.j of V, -. r ! 
ford, Cape Town, South Africa, and ha- issue two dau-littrn. 

— Flitwick Manor, AmpthiU, Beds. 

BROOKS, Robert, Esq., of Woodcotu Park, 
Surrey. 

Son of the late Will iani Brooks, Esq.. of Lacebv House, 
co. Lincoln; b. 1799; in. 1S33 Hannah, dau. of the. lato 
Joshua Penny, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

* Robert Arthur, A. 1831; m. 1SC2 Katherine Pascal, eldest 
dau. of John E. Geils, Esq., of Dumbuek. co. Dumbarton 
N.B., and ?ran.l-dau. of the late Charles Dickenson, E-j ,' 
of Farley Hill, Berks. 

Mr. Brooks, who is a Magistrate for Surrey, was elected 
M.P. for Weymouth 18-59. — Wood cote Park, Ej>som ; 
Carlton and Conservative Clubs, s.w. 

BROOKSBANK, the Bev. Edward Huvke, of 
Healaugh Hall, Yorkshire. 
Youngest son of the late Benjamin Brooksbank. Esq., 
of Healaugh Hall, by Philippa, dau. of James Clitherow, 
Esq., of Boston House, Midillesex ; b. 1 78'J : s. his elder 
brother 1856; m. 1825 Hannah, dau. of Benjamin Hey- 
wood, Esq., of Stanley Hall, co. York, and has, with 
other issue, 

* Edward, of Colton Lod'_'o, near Tadcastcr, a Magistrate for 
the W. Riding of eo. l'ork; *. 1820-; in. 1837 Lucv, dau. of 
Edward York, Esq., of Wighill P.irk, co. York. 

Mr. Brooksbank, who was of Queen's Coll.. Cambridge 
(B.A. 1812, M.A. 1815), is a Magistrate for the W. 
Riding of co. York ; is Lord of the Manor and Patron 
of Healaugh; late Incumbent of -Healaugh and Vicar of 
Tickhill, co. York. — Hualavyh Hall, Tadcastcr. 

BROUGHAM AND YAUX, Lord + (Ui xry 
Brougham, P.C., F.R.S.).— Cr. 1830. 

Eldest son of the late Henry Brougham, Esq., of 
Brougham Hall, by Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. .). Syme, 
and niece of Kobertson the historian; l>. 1778 : m. 1819 
Mary Anne, dau. of the late Thomas Eden, Esq., niece 
of 1st Lord Auckland, and widow of J. Spalding, Esq. 
(she d. 1865). His Lordship, who was educated at 
Edinburgh University, is President of the London 
University, and a Member of the National Institute of 
France; has been Lord Rector of Glasgow University; 
he was M.P. for Winchelsca, Cuinclford, and Knarcs- 
borough 1810-30. for Yorkshire 1830 ; Attorney - 
General to the lite Queen Caroline in 1820 j l«<>i\l 
Chancellor L880-4.— lirongh nn Jla.'l, Penrith ; Cannta, 
Eranee ; 4, GntftfU Street, w. 

//ft f I'm. (to o-iat.'s and baronv "t lsfio), hi" brother 
Willinni, who <yn>ednratod ii t !><• l"nivi i sitv of F llnl.urcli. 

M.A. of lemia OolL, Cnmbrhlfte, a Master In Chancery, n 

M.igistrate lor Ciinitu rliind, and J,l\ and D.I.. for West- 
moix laud, and who wn* M.V. lor dOlllHWArtt IM1-4 ! '. 
IT9S: Mil 1834 ICmlly FYnncea. only dnu. of the late ,-ir 
OHariM William Taylor, linrt.. M i\. and baa . • n< nry 

Charles, b. WW , odUOUtod Ht Lum, a t lerk in the Uoum; m 
Lords. 

BROUGHTON, LonJ (Jobln Cam Homocse, 
G.C.B.. P.O., FK.S ).- Cr 1851. 

Eldest won of the late Sir lii iijamin H<>bho\l>«e, H irt., of 

Wostbury CoUrjres co. Gh>uctsl«>r, bv Chnrlotfe, d»n. of 
8. Cum, Bsq.) of Chantry House;" A. 1780; >■>. i n J>« 
Julia, dau. of 7t It Marquia of T*rvrdJtkie (sha d. 183**), 
Educated at WvBtniini<ti r and Trinity Cull., Cnwhrid»rn 
(B.A. 18(»*1; is a Dep.-Lit-ut. fi>r Wilts, and »'•«! >f 
Wilts Militia; wu* MP. R«t WwtminrtW 
Kottin^iam 1884-47, ami Itnrwtrh 1848-61 ; Swrrtury 

at War l&tl'i : >..rctarv tut Inland 1993; 1'hnfCom- 
bImiodct of Wnoiln and r'nir^ta 1834* and Prwdrnt 
of the Boon! of Coutrol I88A-4I ami IS40-4S.- ttwl« 



t DM whilst thfW riwctl «rrr nt ^rr««. 

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deneci Tedworih TIov.se, MarTborovnh ; Alhenaum and 
lltj'tiriii Clubs, s.v. ; 42, LMceley Stjimre, \v. 

J/rir Pi t's, (tn Baronetcy only), his brothof Henry William, t ; 
late M.P. for Hath, b. li'.ll ; /«. lull) Mary Ann, dan.' of the | 
lnte John Palmer, Esq., of Calcutta, ami 1ms, with other | 
issue, 'Charles I'urry, E.I.C. Service, b. 

BROUGHTON, Sir IIe.vky i): i.vi >. Bart., of 
Brougliton Hall, Staffordshire (cr. 1060). ! 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Sir Hmry Delvej Broughton, 
Bart., of Brougliton Hall, by Man. - , dan. of John Pigott, 
Esq., of Capard ; ft. 180S ; s.as 9th Dart. 185.1. Patron 
of o Livings; was High Sheriff of co. Stafford 1859. ! 
— Broughton Hull, Eccleshuill ; Doddin'fft'on Park, Sunt- , 
vetch, Chi shire. 

Bttf- fire*, Ms nephew Delves, Ensi'srn 63rd Foot (eldest son 
of the late Itev. Delve-? Broughton, M.A., who d. 1863, by | 
Jane, dan. of George Bennett, Esq.); 6. ISilU ; m. rfiC'l ; 
Augusta, dau. of George Arbuthnot, K.-q., of Broughton. j 

BROUGHTOX, Petee, Esq., of Tunstall Hall, 
Shropshire. 

Only son of the Rev. Peter Broughton, of Tunstall Hall ! 
and Lowdtham, anil Pector of East Bridgeford, Notts, 
by Jane, dau. of John Alsoek, Esq ; ; ft. 1788 : s. 1827 ; 
m. 1818 Anne Ogilvie, dau. of the late John Smithwick, ■ 
Esq., of Mt. Pothcriue, and lias, with other issue, 

* Peter (of Holheaoh Ln.lire. Nantwieh), a Magistrrtto for co. | 
Salop, aud Major :!rd Stafford .Militia, late Capt. 3rd Drasoon 
Guards; b. 1S22 ; m. 1856 Florence, 4th dau. of Suynt'en | 
Stevens .Tervis, Esq., of Darlustou Hall, co. Staiford. 
Mr. Broughton is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Salop (Hii-h 
Sheriff 183-9)'. This family is descended in direct line 
from Peter Brougliton, of Lowdtham, Notts, 2nd son of 
Thomas Broughton, of Broughton Hall, co. Stafford, 
who founded and endowed the chapel at Broughton, and I 
was father of Sir Bryan Broughton, created a Baronet I 
in 1GG0. He inherits Tunstall in right of his grnnd- 
mothcr Eleanor, youngest dau. of William Church, i 
Esq., High Sheriff of co. Salop in 1716.— Tmutall Hull, 
Market Drayton. 

BROUN, Sir William, Bart, (cr. 1686). 

Third son of the lute Sir James lironn, Bart, (who if. 
18-11), by his 1st wife Marion, dan. of 1!. Henderson, 
Esq., of Clcucheads. N.B, ; h. 1801 ; s, his 1. rutin:-, the 
late Sir Richard Broun, as 9th Bart. 1858; In. 1843 
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of J. Smith, Esq., of Drongan, co. 
Ayr. Educated at Edinburgh; is a Solicitor in jnvict ice, 
and Dean of Faculty for co. Dumfries. This family 
have been Eree Barons of Scotland since the 12th cen- 
tury. — Residence: Irving Street, Dwii/ricn, A. 

/ieiV,hla son James, b. 1814. 

BROUN, (See SwinfethBronn.) 

BRQTJN, AitcniBAtP, Bsq., of Jolinstounbuni, 
1 lacldiiiptonshiro. 
Second sou of the late Andrew Broun, Ksqi, of Johnstoun- 

burn (who was a PoSl (.'apt. B.N., and -/. 18181, by 

Hulon, dau, of Thomas Campbell, Esq.; b. lMii; n, 
his brother 1830 j m, 1067 Marion Madeline, dan, t»f 
Ooorge M<-ikl<-. Esq., and has. with other iiwuo, 

• Arehilnihl Hamilton,/-. ISOlti I 

Mr. Broun, who was educated al Edinburgh University, 
and admitted to the Sisuttmh Bat 18*18, is ■.< J.I', and 
D.L. and C.S. for co. LInddiopjtou, and a M.i r "i 

Her Majesty's Body liuard of Scotland | lllti' Ml Officer 

in the E. Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry. This family, 

originally Brouns (or Hrounen) of G iemiltie and 

Braid. Midlothian, acquired th« estate <»f Juhnsinuiiburii 
early in the last century. The} hold a diploma In. in 
the Lord Lyon, dated 1 ( 7 I , lnmrlllU iheir deseelll li-.,m 

llifl Lanarkshire family of Haririn. ./>■/> ,>i-i>.,i- 
I'l'l'fr Keith, In/ tMinlmrgh i Sm Vfub, a ../ 1.1, lmti*\ 
Sir,,i, tilinburyfi, y./i. 



t blod »htut tin-.' iheoM Wen at ere < 

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+ BROUN, HexkT, Esq., of Anrvrell, Herts. 
Eldest son of the late Col. Charles Broun, of Amwell 
B.ury (who was A.D.C. to the Puke of Wellington). 1 v 
Annie, only dau. and heir of Bibye Lake, Esq.. of St. 
Margaret's. Herts: h. 17 — : 1820 Mary, dau. of — 
Wausley, Esq., of Hoddesden, Herts, and has, with 
other issue, 

* A son, an Officer in the Army ; b. 18:;u. 
Sir. Broun, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Herts, and Lord 
of the Manor of Amwell, was formerly Capt. .39th Kegt. 
This family is of Scottish extraction, being a younger 
branch of that of Sir W. Broun, Bart. — Residence: 
lli/lands, H 'inchficld. 

BROUXCKER, Henry Francis, Esq., of Bore- 
rid<rc, Dorset. 
Eldest son of the late Richard Brouncker. Esq., of 
Boveridge (who was a J.P. and D.L. for Dorset and 
High Sheriff 1833), by his 2nd wife Catharine Jane, 
youngest dau. of the late Capt. Burdett. R.X. ; b. 1S41 ; 
s. 1S(>2; in. 18G4 Mary Katherine. elder dau. of Everson 
Harris-son, Esq., of Tolethorpe Hall, co. Rutland, and 
has, with other issue, 

* Francis Henry Ernest, *. 1865. 
Mr. Brouncker is a Magistrate for Dorset. Lord of the 
Manor of Boveridtre, and a Lieut. 24th Foot. This 
family were raised by Charles I. to the Viscountcy of 
Brouncker, in Ireland, which title became extinct 16SS. 
— Bo vervl ije, Cra nbourae. 

BRO WELL, William Fallknor, Esq., of West- 
Cliff House, Kent. 
Youngest son of the late Henry Browcll, Esq., by 
Frances, dau. of the Rev. E. Cockayne Frith, of North- 
Cray Place, Kenl ; 1810; m. 184G Louisa, dau. of 
W. Cooper, Esq. Called to the Bar at Middle Temple 
1840; is a Magistrate for Kent aud Folkestone. — We*t- 
ClifF House. Folkestone ; Broadlands, Tunbrtdge Wells; 
5, l'ump Court, Temple, r..c. 

BROWX, Sir William Richmond, Bart., of 
Richmond Hill, Lancashire (cr. Lsii;5). 
Eldest son of the late Alexander Brown. Esq. (whorf. 
1849), by his cousin Sarah Benedict, dau. of James 
Brown, Esq.", of New York ; ft, 1840; j. His grandfather 
as 2nd Bart. 1 8(> \ ; m. 1S(!3 Emily, 2nd dau. of Col. 
William Thomas Blewett Mountstoven. Is Hon. Col. 
1st Briundo Lancashire Artillery Volunteers. — Astron 
Hull, Woodstock ; Union Club, s.w. 
Ittir, bis son Melville ftichmoit 1, •>. 1866. 

BROW N. Sir .Loin, K",,t. ( er. 1867). 

Second surviving son of the hue SamQcl Brown. &q„ 
of ShefHeld (who d. 1881), by Anne, dau. of Jam.!. 
Roberts, of Hull; b. 1816; »i. 1S39 Marv. eld. -t dan. 

of the late Benjamin BchnftcM, Ew]., of Sheffield. Is 

a J.P. and 1>.L. for the W. Uidillg of Yorkshire, nn.l a 
Magistrate for Sheth.-ld ; a Manufacturer at Sheffield, 
and 1 as been twice Mayor of that town.— /.'w././.jV 
Hull, Sheffield J Junior CtirlioH Chih, s.W. 

■h BROWN, Mujor DaviDj of Park. Midlothian, 

S-.ii of the late I ». Brown. Ett| . of Cu k; 18—. U « 
Magistrate for cos. Berwick and Roxlni rgli. — VrcttoH 
J. '/i/r, Corsttirjibrie. BMinburyh, S.U. 

HUOWN, ti.e Iter, Dixok, of Unthank Hall, 
Nut i Uumhcrlnnd. 

Sen 11(1 Mill "f the late Robrrt Brown. Esq. of Slreat- 

bam. Surrey, bv Unlxdln <ir.ieo. dau. of John Walk.r. 
'"•••I- "' N-r«h Shields; h. 1820; .«. 18.-.9; »». 
OHiiyiuu Eli/abetb. dau. of Cui. IVrntra Loftui, U»e 
<iren i bei-tin iiiU. mid has, with other ii.siip, 
• 1>I«..|1 I.eflu., f.. |M|, 

Mr. Unwh, who was educated at Kugbv an 1 l*.\.ter 



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Cull., Oxford (B.A. 1818, M.A. 1852). and is a Magis- 1 
tr.iii! for Northumberland; was Rector of Howick 
| K,j4-G0. — Unthank Hall, Halt whistle. 

BIIOWN, Douglas, Esq., of ArnclifFe Hall, 1 
Yorkshire. 

Eldest son of the late Jonathan Brown, Esq., of j 
Jamaica, by his 3rd wife Margaret, dau. of David ; 
Mellaffie, E>q., and of Margaret, sister of Sir William i 
boi'glfts, Bart.; ft, 1820; in. 185-3 Georgiria Helm,] 
younger dau. and co-heir of the late William Mad- j 
leverer, Esq., of Arncliffe Hall, co. York, and has, with j 
other issue, 

• William, b. 1854. 
Mr. Brown, who was educated at the Edinburgh Aea- | 
demy and Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1843, M.A.I 
IS 1(5), and was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn. | 
1817, is a J.P. and D.L. for tho N. Biding of York- 
shire. — Arncliffe Mall, Northallerton; Oxford and Cam- 
bridge Club, s.w. ; 15, Hertford Street, JSIayfair, w. 

+ BROWN, Mrs., of Sedbury Park, York- 
shire. 

Louisa, oldest dau. of tho late Hon. and Rev. Thomas I 
Liwrence Dundas, by Mary Jane, dau. of the Rev. 
James Bosanquet ; in. 18-17 George Gilpin Brown, Esq., 
of Sedbury Park, who was a J.P. and D.L. for the N. 
Biding of Yorkshire, and who d. 18G(i. — Sedbury Park, 
Rich mond, Yorksh ire. 

+ BROWN, Henry Alexander, Esq., of Kings- 
ton Grove, Oxfordshire. 
Son of the lale J. Brown, Esq., of Kingston Grove; 
b. 18 — ; m. 1811 Diana Caroline, 5th dau. of the late 
Col. G. Hotham, of Bishop's Hall, co. York. — Kingston. 
Grove, Tetsworth, Oxon. 

BROWN, Henry Laxgford, Esq., of Barton 
Hall, Devonshire. 
Eldest son of t lie late Henry Langford Brown, Esq., 
of Burton Hall, by Mary, dau. of J. Steptoe, Esq., of 
Wiltshire; b. 1832; s. 183?. Educated at Rugby; 
is Lord of the Manors of Kingskerswoll and Daccombe, 
Devon.- — Barton Hall, Kingsker&well, Newton Abbott. 

Heir Pres., his brother Kcrcnlea Edwin, lftto Lieut, 72nd j 
Highlanders: 6. 18-J8; m. 18(13 Edith Clementina, dau. ol 1 
the Kuv. T. G. P. Atwood, of Froxtlcld, Wilts. 

BROWN, HOKATIO ROBERT FORBES, Esq., of 
New Hall, Midlothian, and Carlops,| 
IVehlrssI,,,-,-. ! 
Elicit miu of the late ITtlgll Horatio Brown, Esq., of 
New Hall and CnrlopH, by Gulielmina ['orhos, dau. oi 
''"1. Konald'-'on Mncdonell, of Glengarry and Chmra-j 
luiklj b. 1851; a. 1MGC— New Hall, Edinburgh ; New 
' '/»/', Edinburgh 

BROWN, James, Esq., of Rossington, York- 
sliire. 

Only son of the late .(amen Brown. Esq., Merchant, of 
'•oiIn, by Charlotte, 3rd dau. of Matthew Uhodea, lisq . 
of Cuinpflold, near Leeds; ft, 181+. Educated at 
Trinity 0ull., Cunt hridgo; is a .1 T. and HI. for co. I 
York (High Sheriff' 1802), and I'ntron of 1 living ; has 
lipon M.P, for Malton since is.'i". — iloMittgfoti, Doti' 

caster; Jlarrhills GfVVt, [sods; Hrooh '#'«, H< odli 'f, mid 
1 rUjXllet'i Clubs, s.W. ; 18, Brook Street, w. 

IlKnwx, .Iami s, K..q., ,.f Lot Mnii. V, ctlts] [ro. 
fcn of ii„. bit,. jnnii'H itntwn, Esq, (who d. isin ; >>. 

j« s 7; in. I S"j:i M.,i;j..ry.dau.>>l lb, Lltolioborl .Murray, 
' q.. Ill ('rail, N It., and has, with pthef issue, 

• Andrew, n MifulUIKI in Dniid. i>, ft, IM1I0 ( M< fW>7 1' nmv 

Mary,ilutri pi lUg Into Mn.or Wi!in)M,o( llie brsRcion*. j 
Mr> IJjMWU, who is a .Maoist int e lor cos. Forfar and forth, ' 



was provost of Dundee 18^4-7, and formerly a Mer 
in Dundee, — Lochton House, lnchture, N.li. 

BROWN. J OIIX, Esq., of Cloiihoy, co. Clare. 
Eldest son of the late John Brown. Esq., ot t '. mi '- , 
(formerly Capt. in the Limerick Militia i, by Const . 
dau. of Lieut.-Col. William Odell, M.P., of The i. ' 
eo. Limerick; b. 18(12 ; s. 1833; m. Miirv 
Charlotte, dau. of Thomas Lidwell, Esq., and ha.* 
issue, 

* Robert Lidwell, a Magistrate for co. Clare, 6. 1*:;7: m. 
1S')2 ifargaret, dau. o£ the late Col. Cradock, of Hartl'ortti 
Hall, co. York. 

Mr. Brown is a Magistrate for cos. Clare and Limerick. 
— Clonhe/y, O'Brien's Bridge, co. Clare ; Limerick Club, 
T7ie Crcscrnt, Limerick. 

BROWN, John, Esq., of Kingston Blount, 
Oxfordshire. 
Eldest son of the late Thomas Brown, Esq., of the 
Indian Civil Service, by Rhoda. dau. of Lieut. -Col. 
Samuel Browne, of Horseman's Place, Dartford, Kent ; 
b. 1793; m. 1S21 Mary Elizabeth, only child and heir 
of the late Richard Clerke, Esq., of Kingston Blount, 
and has issue, 

* Arthur Henry Clerke, J.P. and D.L. for Oxon. and o Magis- 
trate for Bucks; 6. 182C ; in. ls-Vl Sophia, eldest dau. of 
Lieut.-Col. John William Fane, M.P., ot Worm-ley. 

Mr. Brown, who was educated at Eton and Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, is a J.B. and D.L. for Oxfordshire (High 
Sheriff 1851), and Lord of the Manors of Kingston 
Blount andStokenchurch. — Kingston Blount, Tctsworlh, 
Oxfordshire. 

BROWN, John Bower, Esq., of Woodtliorpo 
Hall, Yorkshire. 
Eldest son of the Lite John Brown, E-q.. by Mary, dau. 
of Robert Bower, Esq., of Worm hi 11 and Tideswcll, 
Derbyshire; 6. 1802; fit. 183H Mary Ann. dau. of 
William Greaves, Esq., of Sheffield, and has, with other 
issue, 

• Richard Edward, late Lieut. BTtll Foot: b. 1838; m. IRfi.1 
Adela, youngest dau. of James I'reme, Esij., of wrentnnU 
House, co. Salop. 

Mr. Brown, who was called to t lie Bar at the .Middle 
Teniple 1So4. is a Magistrata for the W. Biding of 
Yorkshire. — Wondthorpe Hall, Sheffield. 

BROWN, John Southwell, Esq., of Mount 
Brown, co. Limerick. 
Eldest son of the Itltn John Southwell Brown. Kw] .of 
Mount Brown, by Mary, dau. of Nathaniel Gordon, 
Ksq., of Whitchill, CO. Lanark; ft. j ». ls.ii">: w. 
1M7 Margaret .Anne, 2nd dll\l. of tho late Major- 

General Vesoy, and has. with other issue, 

• Edwunl John V.-ev. Llcut.-Ori. retitvd. l.ilc <.oili RUlea; 
b. isih; i>ih [loso Augusta, dau, of Admiral Sir Wu« 

linm Parker, Hurl., O.t'.l'.. 

Mr. Brown, who is a Magistrate f^r co. Limerick, 
formerly scrvid in the loth Royal miSsAM.-— *«tf(Mrtl< 
Brou n, linthkeah, CO. Limeri k. 

BROWN, the Rev. Lancelot Rohbrt. 
Eldest sun of the late Key. Thoiuns Broflm, Rci*tof of 
Conington, Hunt", by SuNuuna, dau. ofthe Kcv. Samuel 
Deeken, D.D., Hector of IKmiugfonl AI>Um», iu the 
same co. ; b. 1787 ; m. 18 — Anna Maria, <i iu. of tho 
late Kev. Hen co Betiee, Hector uf i>.vcie«. Suffitlk. 
1'iducated at I farm w am] St, John's ("II.. < iiul ri«Ut« 

tli.A. 1808. M.A. 18HM. in-:.t I t., :be Rector)- of 

K> -I- i!e-etim-t '.trlton Ih2«» : jj> a M*«ifctr*le for J*uflitlk. 
— A"</.«if/c, S(t.iittutidha»i, Siiffi-lh { Vnitrftiljf Littb, s w. 

BROWN, Mis., of Lungfurniacd^ Berwick* 
hIm'-o. 

Margant Tlirnllllll, eldest llattt M the lute Jameo T.nt. 
E-q , of lidcnside, K> isQ, by .Matg.int, il.iu. of the bilo 

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John Turnbull, Esq., of Abbey St. Biithan's, co. Ber- 
wick; in. 1S"i7 Davm Wardlaw Brown, Esq., of Loug- 
formacus, who was a J. P. an J D.L. for CO. Berwick, 
and who d.s.p. 1S64. Mrs. Brown is Lady of the 
Barony of Longformacus. — Longformacus House, 
Dante, Berwickshire. 

+ BROWN, Peteb, Esq., of Dunkinty, Elgin- 
shire. 

Elder son of the late George Brown, Esq., of Link- 
wood, near Eljjin, and brother of the late Bight Hon. 
General Sir George Brown, K.C.B. ; b. ITSiS; is in., 
and has issue, 

• William, a llniri-trate force Elfin ; ft. 18—. 

Mr. Brown is a J. P. and D.L. fur co. El^in, and a 
Magistrate for co. Ross. — Dunkinty, Link wood ', Eiijin. 

+ BROWN, Robert, Esq., of Underwood Park, 
Renfrewshire. 
Son of the late B. Brown, Esq. ; b. 1810. Is a Magis- 
trate for co. Renfrew. — Underwood Park, Paisley. 

BROWN, Samuel James, Esq., of Leeds, York- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late William Williams Brown. Esq., 
formerly of Allerton Hall, near Leeds, by Margaret 
Brogden, dan. of Isaac Duncan, Esq., of Philadelphia, 
U.S.; b. 1814; s. 18.3(3; m. 1841 Jaeobina Maria 
Sophia, dau. of Sir Joseph Badcliffe, Bart., and has, 
with other issue, 

» William James, ft. 1842. 
Mr. Brown is a J.P. and D.L. for the W. Biding of 
Yorkshire. — Loftus Hal!, Knaresborongh. 

+ BROWN, Thomas, Esq., of Hardwick House, 
Monmouthshire. 
Son of the late T. Brown, Esq., b. 18—. • Is a Magis- 
trate for co. Monmouth. 31 p. Brown purchased this 
property from the executors of the late Dr. Coploston, ! 
Lord Bishop of Llandaff. — Hardwick House, Chepstow. \ 

BROWN, Thomas, Esq., of Waterliaughs, Ayr- 
shire. 

Only son of the late Thomas Brown, Esq., of Water- 
hauglis, by Marian, dan. of George Jeffrey, E~q., and 
sister of 'the late Lord Jeffrey; b. IS— ; s. 1H.">;». 
Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; is a I', p. -Lieut, 
for co. Ayr; representative of the families of Campbell 
of Watorhaiifihs, and Bugle of DuldoM-die.~7,<f«/i//r 
House, New niwis, Kilmarnock, Argnhirc ; lirform Clttb,\ 
s.w. ; 8, AJhyn Place, Edinburgh, S.It, 

BROWN, Thomas Di;i \vi m, Esq., of Jnfrow 
Hall, co, Duvliam, 

Eldest son of the late Thomas BrOWH, Eg |., "f JuffWK 
Hall, by his 2nd wito Susanna, dan. and eo-licin >s 

of Peter Drcw.tt. Esq., of Clem. ■. Wilts; I,, is..; . 
8. 1811; in. I83(i Isabella, eldest dau. of the late Sir 

William Chaytor, Hart., and has issue, 

• Drewett Ormonde, !>, is is. 

Mr. Brown, who was educated at the Chartefhoii'i' and ' 
Worcester Coll., Oxford (M.A, IH.11), Bud called In I lie 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1 s;i2, i« a Magistrate fur Hnr« 
ham, anil Patron of 1 living. -Jarrow Hall, daii .-/..././. 

BROWN, Walter Thomas, v.->\ . of TustocK 

PlftCO and Brent EliMgli Hall. Sutlolk. 
Eldest pon of the late C-.r-e .lane- I CI Ward ll|i>wn, 
Esq., of TnHtOCK Plaee. bi ( illhei'ilie "^t i r> . .1 i M ul tin 

late William .Mill-. B»q,. of On it fsixli on II ill. Kufl.ilV 
b. 18,V> ; tt. to TWouk Place 1 v>7 Mid Mr. tit CI. ijli , 
IHflfl. !«. I-.rd Of tin M mnr nf S. « II .11, in I he p in-h 
of Tiedook.— Ihstn'k Vhuv, li'iru si. /■'./« •>««/"< ,■ Uml 

FJfigh Ullll, Li lit, ha;,, S'f.U.' 

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BROWN, William Hesey, Esq., of Ashley, 
Midlothian. 
Only son of the Late W. H. Brown. Esq. ; b. 1702 ; t„ 
1817 Helen, dau. of the late Bobert Johnston, Esq., .,t 
Edinburgh, and has issue, 

• Rotiert Johnston, Lieut.-Col. in the Army (late Cart. Ui'i 
Hussars), and a Magistrate for Midlothian; ft. 181!* ; i„. 
1855 Augusta Man ia, dau. of the Rev. T. C. Brown, of 
Halkin Street, Belgrave square, London, and has issue. 

Mr. Brown is a Magistrate for Midlothian. This family 
is a branch of the house of Broun of Colstoun (whom 
see). — AMcy, liatJio, X.B. 

BROWN. (See Fonytli-Broivn.) 

BROWN. (See Gore-Brown.) 

BROWN-BORTHW1CK, Mrs. 

(See Supplement). 

BROWN-MORTSON, John Brown, Esq., of 
West Errol and Coupar Grange, Perth- 
shire. 

Only son of the late Be v. James Brown of Finderlie. 
co. Kinross (who J. 1845). by Mary Neill, dau. of the 
Bev. James Hay. D.D., of Kinross", X.B. ; b. 1840 : .-. 
his aunt, Miss Hay-Monson, of West Errol, 18G6; m. 
1864 Eve Magdalen, dau. of George Waugh, Esq., of 
Qucensborough Terrace, London, and has issue, 

• Guy Edward, 6. 1867. 
Mr. Brown-Morison, who was educated at the Univer- 
sity of Edinburgh, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Perth, a 
.Magistrate for co. Kinross, and was formerly Lieut. B. 
Perthshire Bitle Militia. This family has possessed 
property in Kiuross-shire. since A.p. 1620, ' and is said 
to be a branch of the ancient family of Broun of Bal- 
quarhan, settled in Stirlingshire about a. p. 1560.' 
— Con par Grange Hott.sc, Cov par An f/ us, X.B. , Universal/ 
and Caledonian United Hereicc Clubs, Edinburgh. 

BROWN-WESTIIEAD. (See Westhtad.) 

BROWNE, the Hon. and Very Rev. Hfnky 
Montague. 

Second son of James Caulfeild, 2nd Lord Kilmaine, by 
the Hon. Anne, dau. of the Right Hnn. Sir Henry 
Cavendish. Bart.; h. 179!) ; in. 1822 Catharine 1'. .. . 
lope, eldest dau. of Lodge Kvans, 1st Viscount Frank- 
fort ; she d. 1858, h aving, with other issue. 

• James Manners Frankfort, Lieut. -Col. U.K., and C.B. ; ft. 
IHiKi ; hi. ls.'.n Mary, dau. ol the late .lames Hunt, Esq.. and 

hfti i utile, 

Mr. Browne, who was educated .it TrmitvColl . Dublin 
(II . V. 1821, M.A. 1824), was appointed" Dean of Lis- 
more -Bomchtireh, Zf. nnettabridm, co. Kilkenny. 

BROWNE, the II. »n. Richard Hows, of Crouch 

( >:ik. Surrey. 
ScTfntfl mi ot .lames Caulfeild. 2nd Lord Kilmaine. 
by the Hon, Anne. It It dull, of the late Right Hon. 
Sir Henry Cavendish, Rut ; A. 1811; m. 18:<3 Eh/a- 
Ulh. dau. of the lutr Boil. J. Browne, and has, with 
otln r issue. 

• <;.i.r»:.> Itlohsrd, < apt, j, r,,..t . ft. ISM ; m . ISM LohI»a. 
ifoU.Ol thi ,.ile Admiral Mr I}. Tyler, K II., of Cotter. It. 
c >. OlniiH.ru 1 :. n, And bal i^^ue. 

Mr. Urowne, who was educated at Sandhurst, ent. n-1 
the Army 1830, li«came Lieut. 2nd Hussnn 16S6, and 
r.tir.d 18*3; is u J.P. and D.L. for Sum* (High 
Slirrifl 18J8).- Croud <htl. MiNuton* ch.ni.ri, 

BROWNE, tin. Hou, Mis, ,.r Mount HmqII, 

Co. ( i.ilw :\\ . 
FrnnClS OeorgianS, dau of the late Mnuric- Town- Dd, 

I.- I . nf Sh. pp,-rt..n, ,o. Cork, by Jane, dau. of Richard 
'id v, Kstj., of C- rli. nnd of Kranrrn. dau of Anloir 

Merltert, Kt<q., nfrurrens, co. Kerry ; >» ui is lolm 
William Diglty, K-.J., of Landcnstown, co. Kiidsni 



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I'ti.l 1848 the Hon. Cecil J. Lawless, M.P., youngest 
Mm of Cecil, 1st Lord Cloncurry, who (/. 1853,; 3rd 
i ,x,">6 Andrew Browne, Esq., of Mount Hazel), — Mount j 
Ifysell, co. Getlway. 

BROWNE, Andrew Smythe Montague, Esq.,. 
of Janeville (or St. John's Point), co. 
Down. 

Eldest son of the late Peter Rutledge Montague Browne, 
Esq., of Janeville (who was a J. P. -and D.L. for co. 
Down, Capt. 9th Foot, and Major S>. Down Light 
Infantry), by Mary Jane, only child and heir of the 
late Thomas Typping Smythe, Esq., J. P., -Major Down- j 
shire Militia, by Mary, only child and heiress of Ilobert i 
Ormsby. Esq., of French Park, co. Roscommon ; b. 
1836 ; s. 1864. Educated at the Royal Military ColL, 1 
Sandhurst ; is a Capt. Scots Greys, and served in the 
Crimea, &c. — Janeville, Killouyh, co. Down ; Army and j 
Navy Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother William Henry Smythe Montague, 
Capt. "Sth Highlanders ; b. 1640. 

4- BROWNE, Arthur, Esq., of Newtown, co. j 
Roscommon. 
Son of the late Major John Browne, of Xewtown ; b. 
17 — ; in. 1815 Anne Elizabeth, only dau. of the late ] 
Capt. Richard Clements, E.I.C. Service, and has, with I 
other issue, 

• John Irwin, 6. 1S2-. 
Mr. Browne, who was educated at Trinity Cull., Dublin, 
is Lord of the Manor of Newtown ; he represents a 
junior branch of the family of the Marquis of Sligo. 
—Newtown, co. Roscommon. 

+ BROWNE, the late Rev. Charles Bowman, 

of Blo'norton Hall, Norfolk. 
Son of the late — Browne. Esq. ; b. 1 799. Educated 
at C.C.C., Cambridge (B.A. 1822, M.A. 1825) ; Lord of 
the Manor of Blo'norton, and Patron of that living. 
Ho d. 1803. — Blo'norton Hall, East Ilarlivg, Norfolk. 

Heir Pres., his brother. 

BROWNE, Dominick Andrew, Esq., of G rah an 
(late of Braeffey), co. Mayo. 
Eldest son of tho late Lieut. -Col. John Browne, of 
Braeffey, by Frances Jane, dull, of John Hawthorn, | 
Esq.; b. 1821; .s. 1819; m. 1864 Emily Louisa, only 
dau. of the late John Sidney Hawkins, Esq., of Bromp- I 
ton, Middlesex, and has issue, 

• Dotninirk Sidney, b. 1866. 
Mr. Browne, who whs educated at Sandhurst, represents | 
ft younger branch of the families ol tho Marquis of 
Sligo and of Lord Kilmaine. — Grafi&n, Holly mount, co. j 
Mayo. 

+ BROWNE, Edward Pi3.v*iEFATHBE Wadk. 
Esq., of Monktun-Kiirloig h Manor, Wilts. 

Killer son of the lute Wndo Itmw.ie. K o , ol MotlktOu- 

K.irlrigh Manor (who <l . i s.ii i, by Anne, pMi»si dtiu, of 
the late Right Hon. E. Penucflttlier, Chu t' Justice ol 
Quean's Bench, Inland; U. I8rv5; *. 1857. 1" Lord ; 



Mr. Brown was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin / i: \ 
1824, M.A. 18331, and appointed Vicar of L ntou , ., 
1810. — Lenton Vicarage, Nottingham. 

BROWNE, Major George, of Comber House, 
co. Londonderry. 
Third son of the late John Hamilton Browne, Esq., 
of Comber House, by Jane Matilda, dau. of William 
Lecky, Esq., of Londonderry; b. 1816 ; s. his brother, 
William Lecky Browne, Esq., 1862 ; //;. 1S14 Susau 
Mary, eldest dau. of Thomas Hilton, Esq., ot' Man- 
chester, and has, with other issue, 

* John Walter L'Estrange Hamilton, late Comet 0th Lancers ; 
b. XS46. 

Major Browne, who is a Magistrate for co. London- 
derry, entered the Army in 1834, and retired as Major 
in 1850. — Comber House, Clandy, co. Londonderry, 

BROWNE, the Rev. Henry, of Eastham, Wor- 
cestershire. 

Eldest son of the late John Browne, Esq., of Fonta- 
biller, Jamaica (who d. 1828), by Mary Ann, dau. of 
William Meredith, Esq., Major 72nd Foot, of the Broad 
Heath, co. Radnor, and great grandson of John, 1st 
Lord Kilmaine ; b. 1824; en. 1855 Elizabeth Jane, dau. 
of Thomas Evans, Esq., of Mereton Court, co. Hereford, 
but has no surviving issue. Mr. Browne, who was 
educated at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1847), is a 
Magistrate for co. Hereford, Rector of Eastham, &c. ; 
Lord of the Manor and Patron of Ilanley; he was 
formerly Incumbent of Poddington, co. Salop. — East- 
ham, Tcnbury ; Thomas's Hut el, Berkeley Square, w. 
Heir £ras.,his brother George, M.A. of Jesus Coll., Cambridge, 
a Barrister-at law of the tuner Temple ; 6. lS->7. 

BROWNE, Lieut.-Col. Henry Ralph, of Bron- 
wylfa, Flintshire. 
Elder son of the late Lieut. -General Sir Thomas Henry 
Browne, K.C.H., of Brouwylfa (J.P. and D.L.. and 
formerly High Sheriff of co. Hint), by his 3rd wife 
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the Lev. Ralph H. Brandling, 
of G-osforth, Northumberland; b. 1829; 1855; »/. 
1852 Frances Mary Anne, only dau. of Admiral li. W. 
Parsons, of Exinouth, co. Devon, and has issue, 

♦ Thomas Henry, b. 1857. 

Lieut.-Col. Browne, who entered the Army in 1846, is 
a Magistrate for co. Flint, and Colonel of the 2nd Batt. 
20th Regt. (in Japan I. late Capt. 9th Foot; he served 
ou the Statfin the Crimea. — Hronvylfa, St. Asaph. 



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Henly, Esq., of Ka- 



of the Manor of MnnktOii'Furh'igh, and Capt Scots 
rusilier Guards; served in the Crimea i 8,>4-,» 

— Mtoiktmi-Farli if/ ft Manor, llrad/ard'on-Avon. 

Heir /V*i.,b.ll brother Com wallls Wade, late Lieut, 16th Koot ; 1 

b. 18.17. 

BROWNE, the Rov. Groroe. 
l-'ifth son of 'tho Into llighl Hon Denis rtrowne, MP. 
I v Anne, dau. ol Boss Mahon, H»q.. grandson of 2nd 
Karl of iVltatnout, and nephew of .lot', tletiix, I si 
Marquis of Hligo ; l>. 1803; m 1828 I'li.ubeth Anne, 
U.lU, Of tho IteVi 13. Day, Into of Beaufort, CO, Kerry. 
Had hat isgu.0. 



BROWNE, 11:.. ii J 
keens, co. Mayo. 
Eldest son of the late Dodwell Browne. Esq.. of Ba- 
lieens, by Maria, dau. of the late Sic Ne.d O'DoItpJl, 
Bart., of Newport ; h. 1800; s. 1819. Js n Magistrate 
for co. Mayo ; represents a branch of the family of 
1a)1i1 Kilmaine. — 1,'n/nti.f, Castichar, co. Mayo. 

Mrtr i¥t»., hit brother NenlO'JDonnll, ft, ism ■ m . 1840 snmii. 
anil dou. of vi- . Latouclie, Esq., of Dublin, and hat 
issue. 



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BROWNE, James Ai mn k. 
Hall, co. Mayo. 

Eldest son <>f the late Col. Dominick Browne, by 
Augusta Louisa, Jan. of the Hon. Col. Arthur Browne, 
M.P, for co. M ayo : >>. 1810; 1853; m, 1811 Kmdv 
Alice, dau. of Arthur LiroWDO, Esq , of Newtown, and 
has, with other issue, 

• Itani Sloans 1 1 *. IMs< 

Mr. Browtio, who was educated Si Trinity C 11 . Dublin, 
i* a Magistrate for co. M.i\o. Thi* family I* of old 
standing in Mayo, and it closely Connected with t ho 
houses of the Marquis of Bl ^o an I of Lord Draottton 

— BfWHt I loll, llai.i, co. Mayo. 

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+ BROWNE, the Rev. James Richahd. 

Son of the late R. Browne, Esq.. ; b. 1BU7. Educated 
at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge (3.A. 1830, M.A. 
1833 1 ; is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Radnor, ; was ap- 
pointed Rector of Bedstone 1841. — Bedstone-, Kingston, 
Shropshire, 

BROWNE, John, Esq. of Hall Court, Here- 
fordshire. 

Eldest son of tlie Lite Robert Browne, Esq., of Hall 
Court; b. 1793; a'. 1820; m. 1828 Cymbriana, dau. of 
W. E. Morris, Esq., of Llanvihangel, eo. Carmarthen, 
and has, with other' issue, 

• J.ilm Michael, Copt. Herefordshire Militia; ft. 1S:'.4 ; nr. 
18(15 Adelaide Clarence, 2ud dau. of the late Capt. Cleave- 
land, R.N. 

Mr. Browne, who is a Magistrate for co. Hereford, 
is descended from Lord de lirun, or Broun, who came j 
to England with William the Conqueror. — Hall Court, 
Bromyard, H refordshire. 

BROWNE, the Rev. John. 

Only son of the late Rev. John Browne, of Ripon 
(who d. 1807), by Anne Elizabeth, dau. of Escrick 
Hancock, Esq, of Beverley; b. I807. Educated at! 
St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1830, M.A. 1833); 
ordained by the late Most Rev. Br. Harcourt. Arch- 
bishop of York, 1830; appointed Vicar of Limber- j 
Magna in 18-19; was formerly Rector of Kirkby-j 
Thoro and Banning; is a Magistrate fur cos. West- 
moreland and Lincoln. — Limh'cr-Mdgna VieurageA 
Ulceby, Lincolnshire ; University dub, s.w. 

+ BROWNE, Joun Fiiancis, Esq., of Greenville, | 
co. Gal way. 

Son of the late — Browne, Esq., of Greenville ; h. 18 — ; ( 
in. and has issue. Is a Magistrate for co. Galwuy. 
— Greenvdle, Monnt-IJcllcw Bridge, co. Galway. 

BROWNE, Jo/in William, Esq., of Mount! 
Kelly, co. Galway. 

Second son of the late Dominiek Browne, Ksq., of 
Ash ford, by Emily, dau. of the lion. John Browno ; | 
l>. 1791; m. 1832 Mary Sophia, dan. of the late 
N. Eavanogh,. Esq., of Bath (she d. 18-1(5). Is a; 
Magistrate for co. Galway.- — Mount Kelly, G/aim, \ 
Baltinasloe, eo. Galway; KUdare Street Club, Dublin;] 
Conservative Club, s.w. 

BROWNE, Mic 'ii. u; 1, JosErit, Esq., late of Moyno, I 

en. Caluny. 
l'.ldi st u,, n of the lato John Browno, Esq., of Moyne, 
by .Margaret, dau. of John Dolphin Km\., of Tliroo i 
''■ 18 ; s, 1 S2">. Is a Magistrate for Co. Gnlway 
(High Sheriff 1817). This family is a branch of till 
UmuiiN, or Le liruns, that settled in Wexford (>„.,>. • 

Henry II. The immediate ancestor was Sir David 

IJrowuc, who came to Cuunnught., and died in Alhcnrj 
l.'io'i. — Kesideiice : Gletruck, ltauyan, tf>, Gtduay. j 

BROWNE, Mrs., of Higtam frail, I /cicester- , 
si, ire. I 
Mary Anne, 2nd dau. of the latn Thomas J Llo\*<l 
Baker, Kuq., of Ilardwicke Court, c«. Glmieesti r. l>> 
Mtiry, dtiu. of Willium Slmrp, Knq., of riilhtim, Middle- 
sex, and niece of tho celebrated Qranvillu Sharp; », 
I8H2 Call Dcnjiiniiii Chapman Urowne, foruui \ nl the 
Otll Lancers, and has, «ith other ISSU0, 

• William Lloyd) Cent, --.th Lantern 1 A, IWUti m IfHfi Cli»r» 
l"i'e billnnhutli, elrti -t ilrwn, o| Dig Into (lenernl •turn" i iril««, I 
nu t ,.f Lmlj i:ii/ui«-iii Huun. Sail ihtu.uf llonrj « liarlen, 

Rill l>nki' of HuUUfort, 

Mm, llrnwnc is l„I v ,,f ti„> Manor uf Hiulmm. I 
-- //w/...„i Ifuit, UiHeMmtj Stouu Jin, li u. b rtftv, 

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BROWNE, Airs. WILLIAMS-, of Rathbone, co. 
Limerick. 

Jane Alicia, dau. of the lute Sir Boss Mahon, Bart., 
of Castlegar, Ireland, by Maria Geraldine, dau. 01 
the late Right Hon. James FitzGerald, of Inclironan, 
co. ClaTe ; m. 18.35 the Rev. Peter Williams-Browne, 
(only son of the late John Browne, Esq.. of Mount- 
joy Square, Dublin), who d. 1860. — Hatlibone House, 
Limerick. 

BROWNE, Richard Charles, Esq., of Elsirw 
Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Browne, of Elsing 
Hall, by Caroline Susan, dau. of John Marcon, Esq., 
of Swatfham, Norfolk; b. 1830; s. 1851. Is a Ma- 
gistrate for Norfolk, Lord of the Manor of Elsing, 
and Patron of that living. This family, who have 
been seated at Elsing for more than 300 years, are 
descended from Sir Anthony Browne, K.G., of Elsing, 
one of the executors of the will of Henry VIII. .Mr. 
Browne represents the eldest co-heir of the ancient 
Barony of Hastings, to which his mother was declared 
co-heir in 1840. — Elsing Hall, East Dereham. 

Heir rres., his brother George, 6. 1S3S. 

BROWNE, Robert, Esq., of Kilskeagk, co. 
Galway. 

Eldest son of the late Dominick Browne. Esq., of 
Ashford, by Emily, dau. of Hon. John Browne, of 
Westport; b. 1790; s. 1830; m. 1831 Harriet, dau. 
of William S. Dempster, Esq., of Skibo, and has, with 
other issue, 

• Robert John, ft. 1832. 

Mr. Browno, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
is a Magistrate for co. Kildare and Ranger of the 
Curragh. — Kilskeagh, Athcnry,co. Galway. Residence 
51, Upper Mount Strict, Dublin. 

BROWNE, Robert Clayton, Esq., M.R.I.A., of 

Browne's Hill, co. Carlow. 
Eldest son of tho late William Browne. E-q.. bv his 
1-t wife Charlotte, dau. of the 3rd Karl of Mayo, 
Archbishop of Tuam; b. 17'.19; s. 1840; m. 1834 
Hnrrietto Augusta, 3rd dau. of the late Hans Hamil- 
ton, Esq., M.r. for co. Dublin, and has, with other 
issue, 

• William ciaunn. h. lsi.-, . „. im; Caroline, onu- dun. of 
the I'ite J. Wutsnn [Urion, Kwi.. of Stopleton Park. CO. 
York. 

Mr. Browno, who was educated at Eton nr.d Ch. Ch., 
Oxford, and is M.A. of Trinity Coll., Dublin, is * 
J.l\ and D.L. fop co, Carlow (Higli Sheriff 1831) and 
a Muttistniti for co. Kildare.— Iirmcudt 11, H. Carlow; 
Kildare strct Club, Dublin; Car/;.ui Club, s.w. 

BROWNE, the Von. Robert W II.l.IAM, M.A, 
Ph.D., F.G.S. 

RMcrI ROB of the late William Browne, E«q.. of 
kelinillgtOD, Snrrrv, by Ann. dau. of I'lwinl Lucas. 
I.sq.. bile DvpUtj Warden of U,M.'b Mint; h. |809 J 

m. l.s it) Caroline Hmdford, dau. of the lata Hot, Sir 

Onirics Hurdii.ge, Hart., nnd has. with other issue. 

• tbuMlma! Willinm, Lieut. U.A. ; Mum. 

Mr. Browne, who was educated nt Bt.>Min^ O.ll.. 
<»vford ( 11 A. IH31, M.A. ljun. i R Aivbd. . con of 
lVilh, and Rector of WcktOlfMIM r-M ire, ft PpnV nd ,rv 
of W.lls. « Mi inher of Com, oil of QiiMU'r CV»tl» ftM 
K\amuiiti« CJlnplllin lo the Ilinllop of llftth mi l WcIIk ; 
he »a- lor.u. ilv S „„ ir ( Impbiin lo II M bllRMI il 

I/uulon. — //,. i;.. i,.r V , UVut M -e mf tr ^ idtrt, flamiM . 

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liilOWXE, Thomas BealE, Esq., of Salperton 
Park, Gloucestershire. 
Youngest bit only surviving son of the late John 
Ilrowne, Esq., of Salperton Park, by Martha Susanna, 
.Liu. of Che Rev. John Pettat, Rector of Stonehouse ; 
b. 1810; s. ISoO; m. 1840 Mary Eliza, 2ml dan. of 
(I. J. Sullivan, Esq., of Wilmington, uuar Hyde, 
ami has, with other issue, 

• John,*. 1841; m. 1867 Charlotte Sophia, only surviving 
dan. of the late John Henry Cancellor, Esq., of Baruus, 
Surrey. 

Mr. Browne, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford, 
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Gloucester (High Sheriff 
1858), Lord of the Manor of Salperton, and Patron of 
that living. — Salperton Park, Alldoversford, Gloucester- 
shire; Cappaghwhite, co. Tipperary ; Crotta, co. Kerry ; 
Bal!yij<ghlane, co. Limerick. 

BROWNE, Thomas Browne, Esq., of Mel- 
lingion Hall, ilontg-omeryshire. 
Eldest son of the late Pryce Jones, Esq., of Cvfro- 
nydd, by his 1st wife Mary, dau. and heir of Col. 
Iirowne, of Mellington Hall; b. 1805; assumed the 
name and anns of Browne under the 'will of his 
maternal grandfather by Royal licence in 1823; in. 
1828 Marianna Kytfin, eldest dau. of Major Arthur 
Rowley Heyland, of Ballintemple, co. Deny. Edu- 
cated at Harrow and Brasenose Coll., Oxford ; called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1836 ; appointed one of 
Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools 1847. Is a J.P. 
nnd D.L. for co. Montgomery. — Mellington Hall, 
Churchstoke, Montgomery ; Alhenaiuni Club, s.w. 

+ BROWNE, Thomas Richardson, Esq., of 
Aughentaine, co. Tyrone. 
Son of the late T. Browne, Esq., of Aughentaine ; b. 
1800; is married, and has, with other issue, 

• John Hervey, Capt. 12th Lancers ; b. 1S43 ; m. 1807 Louisa 
Elizabeth, !)rd ilau. of Col. Knox Gore, of Belleck Manor, 
co. Mayo. 

Mr. Browne is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Tyrone. — Aughen- 
taine, Fivemilclown, co. Tyrone. 

BROWNE, Thomas Whttmokt; WYLDE-, Esq., 
of tlit! Woodlands, Shropshire. 
Son of the late Ralph Browne \Vylde-Browne, Esq., of 
Caughlcy, by Mary Ann, dau. of Thomas Whit more, 
Esq., of Apley, co. Salop ; b. 1800; m. 1821 Catherine, 
dau. of Lewis William liroiinckcr, Esq.. late of I'olhatns, 
Dorset, who. (I. 183i>, leaving, with other issue, 

* William, of the Bombay Army; 6. ISilii; »i. 1H&7Geraldine 
Krunous Winifred, dau. of Richard Brouncker, Una,, of 

llovcrldgo, CO, Dorset. 

Mr. Urowne is a J. I'. nnd D.L. for co, Salop and Patron 
of 2 livings. — The Woodlands, Bridgnorth, 

BROWNE, William, Esq., of Tallantire, Cum- 
berland. 

Elder BOB. of I he Into 'William Browne, Em) , of T il la n 

tiro (who was Qigli Sheritf of Cumberland 1816), by 
Catherine, youngest ilail, of W illiam Stewnrt, Esq., "I 
«'.isih' Stewart, co. Wilton; 6. 1812 ; B. 18(il ; ,n IN 17 
Isabella, only dau. of K. Midtoid, Esq., and has, with 
other issue, 

* William CbatloK, >>. is.™. 

This family Were formerly r)f Wood If till, CllUthcck, And 
ouhscipipni ly of Allerthwaite Hull. I'ldale, Imtli in 

umber- 

l«, at. 



I uiinTiiin' Hull hclotiRotl fomiorly to the ttadcllfttM, >>t itn 
<h "t ilui Uurliot Donvuutwutw, 



j + BROWNE, William Garde, Esq., of L\n>L 
cower House, co. Cork. 

Son of the late W. Browne, Esq., of Cooleowcr I! 

b. 1810. Is a Magi striate for co. Cork. — Coohower il ... 
i Macroom, co. Cork. 

j BROWNE. (See under Sligo, Marquis of.) 

1 BROWNE, of Adlington. (See Clayton-Browne.) 

| BROWNE, of Morley .Hall. (See Graver-Browne.) 

BROWNELL, Charles, Esq., of Aigburth, 
Lancashire. 

Third son of the late Peter Brow'nell, Esq., of New- 
field, near Sheffield, by Marianne, dau. of Jonathan 
Wilkinson, Esq.; b. 1802; m. 1825 Susanna, dau. nf 
Lawrence Peel, Esq. Is a Magistrate for the W. 
Riding of Yorkshire. — Aigburth, Liverpool. 

BROWNFIELD, William, Esq., of Chatterley 
House, Staffordshire. 
Third son of the late Ralph Brownfield. of Ilanlev. co. 
Stafford, by Sarah, eldest dau. of Job Meiirh, Esq.. also of 
Hanley ; b. 1812 ; m. 1847 Ellen, dau. of Charles Etches. 
Esq., of Derby, and has issue, 

• William Etches, h. 1S4S ; Ellen, d. 1800 : Matilda Eveliiio ; 
Edward Arthur, 6. 18S3 ; Emily Constance ; Douglas Harold, 
6. 1850. 

Mr. Brownfield is a Magistrate for co. Stafford. — Chat- 
I terley House, Hanley, Staffordshire. 

| BROWNING, Henry, Esq. 

Eldest son of the late Thomas Brownincr. E^q., of 
Hadley, Middlesex, by Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Bennett, Esq, Banker, of Faversham, Kent: b. lT'.tti; 
m. 1829 Anne, eldest dau. of Thomas Biii abridge, Esq., 
Banker, of London, and Croydon Lidgc, Surrey, and 
has issue, 

• Henry IUinbridsre, b. 18?8; m. 1858 Elizabeth, dau. of 
Charles Gonne, Esq., of War ley Lodev. E--e.\. 

This family were formerly seated in Lincolnshire. 
— Residence: Old Warden, Herts ; Union Club, s.w. ; 72, 
Grosvenor Street, w. 

BROWNLOW, Earl (AdELTJERT WeLMXGTON 
Bhownlow Horne Ci st). — Or. 1815. 
Only surviving son of John Hume. ViseoOnl A 1 ford 
(who </. 18151), by Lady Marian Margaret, eldest dau. of 
Spencer Joshua Alwyno, 2nd Marquis of .Northampton, 

K.a. ; h 1844; v. Ilia brother as 3rd Earl ist;7 ; 2ml 
title Viscount Alford. Edueated at Eton; is Cant, 
liith Shropshire and 4th Herts Rifle Volunteers ; Lord* 
Lit Ut. of co. Lincoln : Lord of the Manors of Helton. StT., 
and Patron of 1ft livings ; wi s M P. for N.Salop 186ti 7: 
late Lieut, Grenadier Guards. — Seltim House, Grantham, 
Lincolnshire ; Ashbridgr, llei'khuHipstrad, H< rtt ; 11. 
Prince's Gale, s.w. ; Car/ton ami Guards' Otttbs, s.w. 

• Heir iw.'.. Ids uncla Charles Henry, Major N. Sai»i<ian 
Yeomanry Cavalry, late dnnt, it. iior.-r Uuardc; b. Isi i : 
m. 1849 Carolina audita, eldest dau. of itrihimld (tanrpa 
Mavdotiatit, Kn|„and baa, with other Iwuo, • UrueM EUi lianl 
l linrles, b. 1 s.W. 

BRO^ NLOW, Conntesa l> 

Kmmn Sophia, eldest dau. of Kn hard, 2nd I'.irl of 

Mount *l'idgcun by Lady Rophim d.-m. nnd ro4icir «f 

John, 2nd Enrl of Buckinshnniahiro j n. I8SIH las \v* 
3rd wile) John, 1st Earl liruWldoW, who ( /. |,s.>3, 
— Ton/iiiii/, Devon; M, I. in ud- s >>- l inirc, s.w. 

BROWNLOW, VVu.mam, Esq., »»f Kanfiton 

rlOUN0| (-Jilt cli's ( '<>. 

Eldest son of tho lata Kev. Pmneii Brawn knr, of 

Kliaploii 1|t>use, l.v l.idy Cat herin. , Ml dau. of An- 
thony, Mlh K.,rl .,f M.atli; /.. Jj,(iJ j , | s 1 7 . i„ I HJ.i 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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Charlotte, dau. of Mr. and Lady Charlotte Browne, and j 
lias issue, 

« Francis, of the 72nd Highlanders ; 6. 
Mr. BrownloW - ; who was educated at Harrow, is a 
Magistrate for Queen's Co.. and a Dep.-Lieut. for co. 
Monaghan ; lie. was formerly in the Army, ami Aide-de- i 
Camp to Karl Amherst when Governor-General of India. 
This family is descended from a common ancestor w th 
Lord Lurgan. — Kiuipion House, Abbeyleix, Queen's Co. ; 
Kililarc Street Club and 29, Merrion Square, Dublin. 

4- BROWN LOW"; the Rev. William, M.A. 
Son of the late — Brownlow, Esq.; b. 17'.)9. Educated 
at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1822, M A. 1825) ; is 
a Magistrate for eo. Chester, and Bector of Wilmslow. 
— WUinslovo Rectory, Manchester, 

BROWNLOW. (See under Lurgan, Lord.) 

BROWXRIGG, Sir Robert William Cole- 
BROOKE, Bart, (cr, 1816). 
Eldest son of the late Lieut. -Col. Bobert James Brown- 
ri<rg (who d. 1822), by Emma, dau. of Major-General 
Colebrooke I» isbet ; h. 1817; s. his grandfather as 2nd 
Bart. 1833. Educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1838). 
— 12, Eaton Place West, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Henry Moore, Lient. 2nd Derbyshire 
Militia, late of the 52nd Foot; 4. 1SI0; m. 1 811 i Ada 
Cicely Georgians, dau. of Sir John Hesketh Lethbridge, . 
Bart. 

BROWNRIGG, Sir Henry John, Kut., C.B. I 
(cr. 1858). 

Eldest son of the late General T. Brownricrfr. by Anne, I 
dau. of B. Shearman, Esq., of Kilcrain, co. Kilkenny : 
b. 1798 ; m. 1S22 Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Thomas 
Cook. Entered the Army 1813 ; was Inspector-General '. 
of Constabulary in Ireland 1858-65. — 22, Longford] 
Terrace, Monlcstown, Dublin; Ike Castle, Dublin. 

BRUCE, Sir William Cl'xxinciiam, Bart., of 
Stenliouse, Stirlingshire (cr. 1<>20). 
Eldest son of the late William Cunningham Bruce, Esq . 
of the Bombay Civil Service, by June, dan. of William 
Clarke, Esq., of London; b. 1821 ; his uncle as 8th 
Bart. 1802 ; m. 1850 Charlotte, dau. of the lute Hon. I 
Walter O'Grady, Q.C., and grand-dan. of Standisll, 1st 
Viscount Ouillamoro ; was formerly dpt. 74t.ll If ish- 
lnnders. This family is a branch of that of Lord 
Annandale, who, in 1290, Was fl Competitor forthecrown 
of Scotland.— Stenttouue, Falkirk; Sebistou-n, Aber- 
deen, A'./>. 

Heir, hta MO Michael, *. 1868. 

BRUCE, Sir Henry Hervey, Hart.. of Down-! 
hill, co. Londonderry (cr. 1804). 
Eldest son of tho late Sir James li. Braco, Bart., bj 
Ellen, diu. < t the late Robert Hiwketh Ratnford-IIca- 
ketli, E-q., of <i\«yreb Cms! I,', X. Widen; b. L820; as 
3rd Hurt. 1830; 1842 Mary Anne. dau. of the lute 
Sir J. u. Juekes rhrt. .11. Hurt., of Clifton Hall. tfotte 

Educated at Trinity foil . Ciiinbrlduo; is a J.V I 

D.Ii. for eo. Londomli'iTy (lligh Slierifl 1845); elected 
M.l'. for foh rnttto 1802; \>as formerly Lient. l-t Life 
Guards. Thin family i* ol Scotch extraction, and do- 
mended from Kino Robert llrure —lh>um/>itt, Qitrrafiie, 
Trelydan Hall, Wtfahponl, A. U'u'es ; Junior United 
Service Club, s.-w. ; la, Luiighum /Voce, w. 

Heir, hi- ton Hervey JiicVuk Lloyd, t. leu*. CnUKtrenmOuarda 
h. IMBi 

BRUCE, 

Loiulondirry, 

Mary Mnieliin. tmnicixt dm. of I ho lata Col. George I 
biilmuplc , „/, 1832, no hi» 2nd wife, Admiral Sir 

us 



Henry William Bruce, K.C.B., who was Commander-ii 
Chief at Portsmouth, and who d. 1863. — Ballytct 
House, co. Londonderry. 

BRUCE, Lord Charles William BRBDE- 
NELL-. 

Youngest son of Charles, 1st Marquis of Ailesburv 
K.T., by his 2nd wife Maria Elizabeth, dau. of th- li 
Hon. Charles Tollemache ; b. 1834: m. 1800 AUgus! . 
Georgiana Sophia, dau. of the late F. C. \V. Sevtiionr 
Esq. Educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1855. . .. 
Capt. 1st Life Gua'rds, and Capt. Boval Wilts Yeo- 
manry-; elected M.P. for N. Wilts 18.65.— 10, Hertford 
Street, w. 

BRUCE, Alan Cameron, Esq., of Duffryn, 
Glamorgan sliire. 
Eldest son of John Wyndham Bruce. Esq., M.A.. of 
Duffryn, Barrister-at-Law, by Marianne, dau. of Col. 
Cameron, and grand-dau. of Gen. Sir Alan Cameron, 
K.B. ; b. 1S2-; m. 185S Louisa, dau. and heir of Col. 
John Henry Slade, Lieut. -Col. 1st Dragoon Guards, 
eldest son of Gen. Sir John Slade, Bart., G.C.H., and 
has issue, 

• Henry, b. 1859. 

Mr. Bruce is grandson and heir of John B;ttee-Prycc. Esq., 
of Duffryn, and nephew of the Bt. Hon. Henry A. Bruce, 
M.P. ; was educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford, and called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1S62. — Duffryn, Glamorgan- 
shire; 43, Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, w. ; 7, A'eio 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, Tr.c. 

BRUCE, Alexander Hugh, Esq., of Kennet, 
Clackmannanshire. 
Only son of the late Bobert Bruce. Esq., of Kennet (who 
was a J. P. and D.L. for cos. Clackmannan and Perth. 
Vice-Lieut, and Convener of Clackmannan ISO'?, and 
formerly an Officer in the Grenadier Gu irds). by his 2nd 
wife, Jane Hamilton, dau. of the late Sir J. FergUSSOU, 
Bart., of Kilkerran, co. Ayr; />. 1849: 1804. Edu- 
cated at Eton, descended from a common ancestor with 
the Royal Scottish house of Bruce, claims the Scottish 
Baronies of Balfour of Burlcy. and Kilwinning, as 
descendant of Mary, dau. of the last Lord, by her mar- 
riage with Major Alexander Bruce, of Kennet. — Kennet 
House, Clackmannan, A".//.; Blair/tgic, Perthshire. 

BRUCE, Georoe, Esq., of Miltown Castle, co. 
Cork. 

Eldest son of the late Bev. Jonathan Bruce, of Miltown 

Castle, by Mary. dau. of Eyre I£vait8, Esq.. of Miltown 
Castle; />. 1781 ; 8. his fall), r 1844; m. 1818 Frances, 
2nd dan. of the late Major Greene, and grand-dan. oi 

Hugh, 2nd Lord Missy, mid has, with other isMic. 

• Jonathan, a Maci<trato for co. Cork ; b. 1819. 

Mr. Bruce was educated at Eton. This family is of 
noble Scottish extraction. — Miltown Castle, t ha'rhvdl, 
co. Cork. 

BRUCE, TkeKiffht Hon Hkxry At sun, P.C., 
of DnilVyn, < ! latum 'if nnnhirp. 

Second miii of John llnnv-l'rwe. Rtri., of Dnffrvn. bv 
Sarah, dau, of tlu> late Kcv. Hugh Williams Austin . 9 

1815; hi. 1st 1840 Annnbelltt, dan. of If IV. .don. K«q. 
(she d. 1S52); 2nd 1 . » * Norah. dan of the bite li. nt - 
Ib ncnil Sir William F. P. Napier. K I'.ll., and hi- oj 
the former. 

• II. nry Campbell, A. |M|> 

Mr. Itruce. who WHI called to the lt.ir.it Lin.viln'<< Inn 
1843, if a J.1V nnd 1> 1,. t.. r ,i>. QlamittBan.Mnd bry Wj 
fbainnati of (iuartei Se«Mi>nv . Iiav I., , » „ iSiliec Mn(rtf 
tmtntnttuutll Wales; has been M V. t..r M.rtlnr I'y.bil 
finer 1K52, appoint, d 1 n.l. r-S. . r. t irv of Si. n to t>r 

Hiuiie liepartnieiH 1 802 1 wa« ViooPreaideni of tta 
Committee of Dmnntl Hdnenthm, «n.l a Cimritjr 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



[Era 



Commissioner of England and AVales 1864-6 ; sworn 
« Member of tho Privy Council 1861. — Duffryn, Ab.tr- 
dttre, South Wales; Atluwewm Club, s.w. ; 1, Queen's 
(idle, \v. 

BRUCE, John, Esq., of Sumburgh, Isle of Shet- 
land. 

Eldest son of the late Capt. John Bruce, R.X., of Sum- j 
burgh, by Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Hunter, Esq., of 
Luuna, N.B. ; b. 1798 ; s. 1831 ; in. 1832 -Mary, dau. of 
John Wm. Nelson, Esq., and has issue, 

* John, b. 1834. 

Mr. Bruce, who was educated at the Royal Naval Coll., 
Portsmouth, is a J. P. and D.L. for co. Shetland. — Sum- 
burgh, Lerwick, Isle of Shetland, 

BRUCE, John Wtodham KNIGHT-, of Roe- 
hampton Priory, Surrey. 
Son of the late Rev. Horace Lewis Bruce, Vicar of 
Abbotsham, Devon (who d. 18-18), by Mary, dau. of 

— Fry, Esq.; b, 1847; s. his grandfather, the Rt. 
Hon. Sir J. L. Knight-Bruce I860. Educated at Eton ; 
is Cornet loth Hussars. — The Priory, lioehampton, 
Surrey, s.w. 

BRUCE, Lewis Bruce KNIGHT-, Esq., of 
Rivermead, Middlesex. 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late Right Hon. 
Sir James Lewis Knight-Bruce, Knt., D.C.L., of Roe- 
hampton Priory (who d. 18(10), by Eliza, dau. of Thomas 
Newte, Esq., of Sutton, Sumy : b. 1820 ; m. 1846 his 
cousin Caroline Margaret Eliza, only dau. of Thomas 
Newto, Esq., and has, with other issue, 

* Wyndham,*. ISO'!. 

Mr. Knight-Ilruce, who was educated at Eton and Bal- 
liol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 18-11), was Secretary to his 
father when Lord Chief Justice. — liivermcad, Stuibitry- 
on- Thames, Middlesex. 

BRUCE, Capt. Rohert Cathcart Dalrymple, of, 
Tullimore, Kind's Co. 
Second and youngest son of tho late Samuel Barwick 
Bruce (who served in the Peninsula and at Waterloo), 
by Jane, dau. of William Downing, Esq., of Studley 
Park; A. 1827; m. 18o7 Helen, only child and heir 
of John Dunlop, Esq., of Manor Place, co. Edinburgh, 
brother of Henry Dunlop, Esq., of Craigton, and has 
issue, 

* Robert Nigel Dftlrymple, b. 18G2. 

Capt. Bruce entered the Army in 18f I, and served with 
distinction in the West Indies, India, ami the Crimea; 
was appointed Capt in the 82 nd Kegt.in 1864, and 
has served on tho Staff in tho West Indies, India, and 
at Gibraltar, and placed on the Start' in Ireland in 1663. 

— Tullimore, Kitty's Co.; 141, Holland Road, Kensing- 
ton, W. 

BRUCE, Thomas, Esq., of Arnot, Kinross- 
shire. 

Eldest Ron of the late Thomas Bruce, E<q., of Arnot, 
by Clementina, dim. of Mlljol General and the 

Llizftbeth Kleanorn Dundas, of Carron Hall; 6. inns'; 
*. l8o'2 ; m. 1st 1828 Henrietta, dau. of Alcxandi t Uorin, 
Ksq. (she d, 1869); 2nd 1867 Margaret Jane, 6th dau. 
of the late Alexander West Hamilton, Esq. Hehasb) 
the former, with other surviving issue, 

* Chariot, b. 18,10. 

Mr, Bruce, who is a J. P. and D.L. for eo. Kinross, vu 
formerly in the Bengal ('nil Service. Arnot, Kinrott, 
S.ll. ; f>'cw Club, Edinburgh; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. , 

BUUCK, th,. Rev. Wiu.iam, M.A., of St. Nicko- 
las, Glaiuorgantihiro, 
Third -on „t John til Pryce, Ksq., of Duffryn, bj 

Sarull, dau, ol the liev. [luglt W. Austin, of U llbadoi •., 



West Indies; b. 1816; m. 1843 Mary Elizal.i-Mi, ,!,. lu 
of the late Very Rev. W. D. Conybeare. Dean <<\ Ll.m- 
daff, and has issue two sons and four dauuhu-rs. Mr. 
Bruce, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford (1>.A 
1839, M.A. 1841), is a Magistrate for eo. Glamor«a!i. 
Rector of St. Nicholas, Canon Residentiary of Lland; 11 
and Rural Dean, Glamorgan, and Chaplain to the Lord 
Bishop of St. Asaph and Bangor. — St. Nicholas Stetory, 
Cardiff, Glamorganshire. 

BRUCE, William Dowsing, Esq., F.S.A., of 
Garlet and Kilba'aie, co. Clackmannan. 
Eldest son of the late Samuel Barwick Bruce. Esq.. an 
Officer in the Army, bv Jane, dau. of William Down- 
ing, Esq., of Studley Park; b. 1824; m. 1S47 Lr.ui-i 
Emily, dau. of the late William Plomer, Esq., of Snares- 
brook, Esses, and Linburn. Midlothian, J. P. anil D.L. 
for that county, and grand-dau. of Sir William Plomer, 
and has issue, 

• Robert Dalrymple Barwick, R.N. ; b. 1849 ; educated at 
Eton. 

Mr. Bruce, who was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 
1853, appointed a Commissioner of Supply and Magis- 
trate for co. Clackmannan 18.38, and Recorder ot' Wal- 
lingford 1863, was formerly an Officer in the Highland 
Borderers Light Infantry, and previously Consul ot tin- 
Republic of Uruguay ; is author of numerous historical 
and antiquarian works. This family is descended from 
the Rev. Alexander Brace, 2nd son of Robert Bruce, of 
Kennet, who had a giant of Garlet from his father in 
tho 17th century. — Schaw Parle, Clackmannan, A'.Ii. : 
114, Holland Road, Kensington, s.w.; 7, Hew Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, w.c. 

BRUCE. 

(See under Aihsbury, Marquis of; and Elgin, Earl of.) 
BRUCE, of Dumphail. (See Cumming-Brucc.) 

BRUCE-GAR DYNE, Thomas Macphekson, 
Esq., of Middleton House. Forfarshire. 
Eldest son of the late .Major William Brucc-Gardync, 
of Middleton, by Catharine, dau. of ( ol. Macphcrson, 
of Canada; 6. 1831 ; .v. 18 16 ; m. 1858 Anne. dau. of 
Charles Willard, Esq., of King-tun, Canada, and had 
issue, an only child, 

Tliomns, b. 1659 ; </. 1864. 
Mr. Bruee-Gardyne, who was educated at St. Andrew's, 
is a Magistrate for eo. Forfar; late Lieut, loth Ilegt. 
— Middleton House, Arbroat/i. X.H.; Junior United Str- 
tlice and Army and Savy Clute, s.w. 

BRUCE PRVCE. (See Pnjec.) 

BRUCKSHAW, <>f Ilarry-Town Hall, Cheshire. 
(Sec Kinder.) 

BRU DENELL. (Seo under Cardigan, Earl of .) 

BRITEN. tin lute Francis, Esq., of Coolbavm, 

co. Wexford. 
Second son of the late Col Henry Bnien. of Oak Park. 

eo. Uarlow, by Dorothea HaDiicttyL dau. of Francis 
Knox, ISsq., ol Kappa Castlo, co Mnyn; h IROO; 

1823 Lady Catharine Anne. '2nd dftU of OcontC l'rede- 
rick. 7th Earl of Westniealh. l.diie.il.-d nt Eton and 
Ch. Ch., Oxford ; late a ,1.1'. and D.L for CO. Wex- 

fold, wns M.I' for t'avlow ih:t,»-7. and March-July, 
1819. Ho d. I8ii7. — ttoftaim, EnnigcortAjf, a. WV*« 

ford. 

BRCKN. Him.v Esq., of Oak Tntk. 00, Cur- 
low. 

Only son of tl»o lata Onl Henrv Brueti. M P. of OiV 
Park (who m.k ninny yean M 1' for ... ChHawV bj 

Aline, dau. ot the l.tlc Thomas K.n an.igh, l'«-q , ol DNttl 

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COUNTY FAMILIES OF 



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House, co. Carlow; b. 1828; s, 18.7:2; m. 1801 Mary I 
Margaret, 3rd duu. of tho late Col. Edmund M. Conolly, | 
of Castletown, and has, with other issue, 

♦ Henry, ft. IMC. 

Mr. Brv.cn, who is a J.P. and D.L. forco. Carlow (High, ! 
Sheriff 1 853), has been M.P. for eo. Carlow since 18.37- 
— Oak Par/;, Carlow ; Carlton Club, s.w. 

BRUGES. (See Ladlow-Brugcs.) 

15 RUNE. Oec Prideaux-Brune.) 

BRUNWIN, Mild-ourxe: Peter Carter, Esq., 
of Park House, Essex. 
Eldest son of the late Rev, Martin John Brunwin, of 
Bradwell, by Mary Anno, dau. of Thomas Tweed, Esq., | 
of Stoke, Suffolk ; b. 181-i; s. 1839. Mr. Brunwin, who | 
was educated at St. Peter's Coll., Cambridge, is Lord of I 
the Manor of Bradwell, and Patron of that living. This 
family were originally of Lincolnshire. — Park House, 
Bradwell, Braintree, Essex. 

+ BRUSH, Richard Crane, Esq., of Benburb 
House, co. Armagh. 
Son of the late K. Brush, Esq., of Benburb; h. 1810. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Armagh. — Benburb House, Ben- 
burb, co. Armagh. 

BRYAN, Geoege Leopold, Esq., of Jenkins- 
town, co. Kilkenny. 
Only son of the late George Bryan, Esq., of Jenkins- 
town, some time M.P. for co. Kilkenny, by Marjj-an t, 
dau. of the late William Talbot, Esq., of Castle Talbot ; 
/>. 1821; s. 1848; m. 1849 Lady Elizabeth Qeorgiana, 
3rd. dau. of Francis, 2nd Marquis Cohyngham, K.P., 
and has issue, 

• Mary Marfraret. 

Mr. Bryan, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, 
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Kilkenny : elected M.P. for 
co. Kilkenny 18G5. — Jenkinstown, Kilkenny. 

BRYAN, the late Isaac William, Esq., of Upton 
House, co Wexford. 
Eldest son of the late I.oftus Anthony Bryan, of Upton 
llouso, by Maria, dau. of — Lzod, Eta, ; b. 1830; 
1865. Educated at. Trinity Coll.. Dublin (1!. A. 1 8«>9, 
M.A. 1802); called to the Bar at Dublin 1858; was n 
Magistrate forco. Wexford, lie il. J BOO.— I r p101l IfottM, ' 

Ki/litiuckridt/e, co, Wexford, 

BJRYJOGES, Sir IJark>iid Jamks JONES-, of, 
Boultibrooke, Radnorshire (cr. LH<l7). 

Only son of Ibo late [light Hon. Sir Ilarl'ord Jones- 
Brytlgos, LTtvrt., of Boultibrooke (who assumed the 
additional name of BrydgeN in 1820), by Sarah, dau. of 
Sir II. Colt, of Newland Park, and witiow of K. Wllit- 
I'fijub, Esq.. of Wllittem, co. Hereford; A. IS1I8; ,s. as 

2nd Uart. 1 s 1 7 ; m. I860 Mart Sarah, dau oi the late 
Cupt. .1. Moberlv, K.N. Educated at M.H"ii foil.. 
Oxford (I!. A. 183(1, M A. 1 S."»H^ : is a Magistrate' for 
cos. Hereford and lludunr (High ShcriiFl86i2). — iivitlti- 
hrooke, Pnslngn ; Atnaiueuih Club, B.Vft 
. ; ' 

BRYDGI3S-S ATE n S, Edward, Esq., of Crogh- 

nneree, co. I 'oi l. . 
Only son of the late El ward BrvdiroM-Sayrra, Bsq., of 
Crnghiinerop, by Lilian, dau. irf John II. w on. E«q . nf 
Cnxtlu llewsoii! CO. Limerick; t>. IMlflj ... I H.*i0. I du- 
cat e. I at Trinity Coll., Dublin. Thin family Ik Oi sortulcd 
from Sir (ides llrvdgrM, or UrttficK, of Colb.rU. eo. 

( i loncester, who d. 1011. The additional II of 

Savers was assumed, by I loyal lii'PIUM', in I he 1 (It ll 
century. ClVj/lHUWrre, Duntliiiltt Cv. lark, H, firftw 
bury iVrrtuw, Dublin, 
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-r-BRYAIER, John, Esq., of Islington, Dorset- 
shire. 

Eldest son of the late John Brymcr, Esq.. of Mclconil.<> 
Pugis; l>. 1800; m. 1834 Eliza Mary, only dau. ui 
George II. Tugwell, Esq., of Crowe Hall, near Bath, 
and has issue, 

* Mary Jane, in. 1861 Martin Eryan Stapleton, Esq., of M\ ten 
Bill, co. York. 

Mr. Brynier is a Magistrate for Dorset (High Sheriff 
I860) and Patron of 1 living; Mas formerly Capt. 
5th Dragoon Guards. — Islington House, Burchester. 

BUCCLEUCH AND QUEENSBERRY. Duke 
of (Walter Fraxcts Montagu Dol<jla 5 
Scott, K.G., B.C., D.C.L.).— Cr. 1(3(3:1 

Eldest surviving son of Charles William, 4th Duke, by 
the Hon. Harriet Katharine, dau. of Thomas, 1st 
Viscount Sydney; b. 180G ; s. 1819; m. 1829 Lady 
Charlotte Anne, dau. of Thomas, 2nd Marquis of Barb. 
Educated at Eton and St. John's Coll., Cambridge 
(M.A. 1827) ; sits in the House of Lords as Earl of 
Doneaster (cr. 1662) ; is Lord-Lieut, of Midlothian and 
co. l.oxburgh, a Magistrate for cos. Dumfries and Sel- 
kirk, High Steward of Westminster, Col. of the Edin- 
burgh Militia, Capt. of the Queen's Bodyguard in 
Scotland, a Governor of the Charterhouse, and Patron 
of 12 livings; was Lord Privy Seal and President of the 
Council 18-11-7. — Montagu House. Richmond, Surrey; 
Ditton Park, Slough, Bucks ; Balki i/li Palace, Edin- 
burgh ; Bo ught on Hall, Kettering, Northamptonshire; 
Dm mlanr'ig Castle, Thornhdl, X.B. ; Langholm Loi/tjr, 
Dumfries ; Bowhill, Silkirk, N.B. ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; 
Montagu House, Whitehall, s.av. 

Ileir, his son 'William Henry Walter, F.arl of Dalkeith, edu- 
cated at Eton and Ch. Ch,. Oxford ; Lord-Lieutenant nf 
Dumfriesshire, a Magistrate for Midlothian, and a J.P. and 
D.L. for co. Selkirk, ami Lieut. Midlothian Vcomanry; 
elected M.P. for Midlothian 1853; ft. Is '.I ; „,. Is. > Lady 
Louisa Jane Hamilton, dau. of the Marqnta of Aliercom, 
and has, with other issue, * Walter Henry (Lord EskdaiU), 
6. lttfil. 

BUCILAN, Earl of (David Stuart Erskine).— 
(V. 1469. 

Eldest surviving son of Henry David, 12th Earl, by his 
1st wife Elizabeth, dau. of Major-General Sir C Shipley, 
Bart.; h. 1815 ; 1 8o7 ; m. 1810 A gnea Graham, dau. 
ot the lute Jumrs Smith, Esq., of Craigend Castle, co. 
Stirliitg. Is a .T.P. and D.L. for co. Linlithgr.Tr, a 
Magistrate for Midlothian and co. Roxburgh, and Major 
.Midlothian Yeomanry; formerly Capt, 35lh Pool. — 
Ainonrtetf, Midcalder, Linlithguushirc, S.B.; tnvcricith 

/i' "/', Ij'iolutn.h. 

Hrir, IiIk son Shipley Gordon Stunrt. Lord Canlrpss, ft. lftSO. 

BUCHAN, Jami s, Esq., of Auchmaohoy House, 
A-bordcenaliire, 

Second son nf the late Thomas Buchan, Esq., of 

Auelnnachoy llouoe, by Buphcmin, dau. of Robert 
Turner, lisq., nf Menio, co. Alu nleen : h. 1S0H : t, 
1610; mi. ma Helen, dau. of the late (iurdeu Dull, 
bs<J., of llntton, ainl bad issue, an <>nlv son, 

Thranas, ft. ims • ,i. )hm. 

Mr. Ilurlinil is ii J.P, and D.L. for co. Abcnleen. 

— An hmachoy lUmtt, l-'lh-n, dberdttHihiirt, 

BUCHAN. ( s ro Fordgcc- Buchan.) 

UUCIlAN-HEPnURN. (8« Myfcir*.) 

Ill ( HAN AN, (ho Ui_rlit Hon. Sir \NDKKW, 
O.C.B., «>f Cruiguud Castle, SlirlingMluru 
(cr. IHIIO), 

' 'n I v son of (be late .lumrs Hu.ban.in. Km . of tYaiircnd 
(aslle (Win iNtllM, bv the Lnlv .lunel Sinolmr. Mill 
dau. nf .lames, l .'tli hta'rl of ( ail linens ; h. 1507 . m. 1st 
103'J rramen K.it l.arnie, onl\d«u.ot the lata Vcrj U. » . 



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THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



Edward Mullett, of Rushall Hall, co. Stafford, formerly 
Dt-iin of Hereford (she d. 1864); 2nd 1867 the Hon. 
Georgiana, 3rd dau. of Robert Walter, 11th Lord 
Blantyre, and has by the former, with other issue, 

• James, Lieut. R.N. ; b. 1S40. 

Sir Andrew, who entered the Diplomatic Service 1825, 
was sworn a Member of the Privy Council 18G3, and 
appointed Minister Plenipotentiary at St. Petersburgh 
1 864. — British Embassy, St. Petersburgh ; Craigeud 
Castle, Milngarvie, Glasgow. 

BUCHANAN, the Rev. Alexander Henry, of 
Hale's Hall, Shropshire. 
Second but eldest surviving son of the late John 
Buchanan, Esq., by Elizabeth, daw. of John Phillips, 
Esq., of Wavertree, near Liverpool; b. 1790; m. 1 S 1 9 
Susanna, dau. of N. M. Pattison, Esq., of West House, 
near Congleton, co. Chester, and has, with other issue, 

• Phillips, a Magistrate for co. Salop ; b. 1821 ; m. 1848 Louisa, 
dau. of R. Towuley Parker, Esq., of Cuerden Hall, co. Lan- 
caster (whom sec). 

Mr. Buchanan, who was educated at Winchester and 
Brasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1811), is a Magistrate 
for co. Stafford, and Patron of 1 living. — Hale's Hull, 
Market Drayton, Salop, 

BUCHANAN, Andrew, Esq., Auchentorlie, 
Dumbartonshire. 

Eldest son of the late Archibald Buchanan, Esq., of 
Auchentorlie, by Mary, 2nd dau. of Richard Dennistoun. 
Esq., of Kelvin Grove, co. Lanark; b. 1817; s. 1832; 
»/. 1846 Mary Jemima Dundas Adamina, dau. of Sir 
James Fergusson, Hart., of Kilkcrrnn, co. Ayr. Is a 
Magistrate for co. Dumbarton. — Aurhrulortic, Dumbar- 
ton, N.B. ; New Club, Edinburgh ; Car/ton Club, s.W. 

Heir Pres., his brother Richard, late Capt. "2nd Highlanders ; 
b. 1830. 

BUCHANAN, Andrew, Esq. 

Second son of the late D. Carrick-Buchanan, Esq., of 
Dfumpellier, by Elizabeth, dau. of J. Gilliam, Esq., of 
.Mount Alta, Virginia, U.S.: b. 1709; m. 182U Betllia 
Hamilton, youngest dau. of William Ramsay, Esq., of 
Gogar, by the Hon. Bothia Hamilton, and has issue, 

• David William Itantsny, Capt. lluyal Lanark Militii, edu 
cated at Rugby ami the University of Edinburgh : b. is::4 ; 
»1, ISii:i Lady Kathleen Alicia, dau. of John, 3rd Earl of 

Uono.ugainorca 

Mr. Buchanan, who was educated at Glasgow Univer- 
sity, isa J.I', and D.L. for CO. Lanark, and a Magistrate 
and Commissioner of Supply lor co. Life. — Residence: 
(iriiufuld, Shet/les/uue, Lanarkshire ; New Club, Edin- 
burgh. 

lUTCUANAN, Aboitipald, Esq. 
Son of the late/Archibald Buchanan. Esq., of Catrine 
Bank, co. Ayr, by Hannah, dau. of John St ml In is. Rsq., 
of (ilasgow; l>. 1812 ; ///. 18 17 Julia. 2nd dau. and co- 
heiress of the latb Thomas Forster, lisq., J.P. and D.L. 
ot Addorstone, Northumberland, and Johiintia, duu. 
»nd In ir of John Robinson, Esq., of Tuircall Hall. 
Northumberland. Educated at. the University of 
OniMwiy; is , t Magistrate for co, Ayr. — Residence; 

MnkbHlning, Muiichline, Ayrshire, N.LI. 

■+ HUCHANAN, Jons, Esq., of Ardooh, Dum- 
iMirtonshirc. 

"nly sou „f the late John Buchanan, Esq., of Ardoch, 

MtitiiMime Vice-Lit ut, of, and M.I' fop, co. Dumbarton, 
'•>• I'-liailwth, dau. of John I'urkcH, list] ; ft, I7'»m In 
a Magistrate for co. Dumbarton Ardock tfoUfP, Duiii- 
iiirtniinhlre, N il. 

"I CI I ANA N, WAiiTRit, Esq., of Shandon, 
DiuiiburtonHhire. 
I M.M „,.„ of |i„, i„t,. .\i„i,.,. w Rnrlinnnn, Rat}., of 

«'l.i-i oxr, by MdPJnWt, dau. of J CtK'kbUPH, lisq., of 



Edinburgh; b. 1797; m. 1st 1824 Mary, dan .,• r.t.., 
Hamilton, Esq., of MidtUeton ; 2nd 1351 i . .. 
Laura, dau. of James Smith, Esq., of Jordan Hill i.'i.„ 
d, 1 853). Educated at Glasgow University ; a M. r, :, ,„ . 
in Glasgow, a Magistrate for co. Lanark, and a J.P, 
and D.L. for co. Dumbarton ; was M.P. for Glasgow 
1867-65. — Shandon, Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire ■ 
Brooks's and Ecfdrm Clubs, s.w. 

BUCHANAN, Mrs., of North Cote, Gloucester- 
shire. 

Eliza Anne, eldest dau. 'of the late Rev. R. Massie, of 
Coddington, co. Chester; 1S23 William Theophi'lus 
Buchanan, Esq., of North Cote, who was a J.I', an I 
D.L. for co. Chester, and formerly an Officer in the 
13th Light Dragoons, and who d~. 1866. This family 
is a cadet branch of the Buchanans of that ilk.— North 
Cote, Westbury, Gloucestershire. 

BUCHANAN. (See Carrich-Buchanan.) 

BUCHANAN- HAMILTON, of Leny. 

(See Hamilton.) 

+ BUCHANAN-KLNCAID, John-, Esq., of 
Carbeth, Stirlingshire. 
Eldest son of the late John Buchanan, Esq., of Carbeth ; 
b. 1806. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Stirling, and a 
Magistrate, for co. Dumbarton. — Carbeth, Killearn, 
Glasgow, N.B. 

BUCK, Mrs., of Moreton House, Devon. 

Anne, dau. of the late Thomas Bobbins, Es [., form, rlv 
of PileweU, Hants;?//. 1811 Lewis William Buck. 
Esq., J.P. and D.L. (who was M.P. for Exeter 1820- 
30, and for North Devon 1839-67, and//. 1858), leaving 
issue, * Sir Gcoige Stucley, Bart, (whom sec ). — Mori tu?i 
House. Bideford, Devon. 

BUCK, William, Esq., of Denliolme, York- 
shire, and Stradmore, Cardiganshire. 

Eldest son of the Into John William Buck. E*q„ of 
Denholme, by Sophia, dau. of William Owen Brigstoeke, 
Esq.. of Blacnpant, co. Cardigan; b, I S 1 7 : «. 1S21. 
Educated at Harrow and Balliol Coll., Oxford; is a 
Dcp.-Licut. for the W. Riding of York-hire and a J.P, 
and D.L. for co. Cardigan, and a Magistrate for ru. 
Pembroke (on Boll for Migli Sheriff 18(58). Claims de- 
scent from the elder branch of Mr John Buck. Bart., of 
Filey, and on the female side from Henri d. Bilion. who 
fled to England at I ho Reviv niton oft.lic Edict of Sanies. 
— Denholisie, Bradford, Yorkshire; St rail more, N te- 
ciistlr-Em/gii, South H'a/rs ; Junior Car.'toit Club, s.w. 

Ifrir /'rr*.,M* si-ter Caroline, m. 1831 the Ucv. \V. H. Roper, 
of Ahhots nipton, Hunts. 

BUCK. (Sec Dttunlescy.) 
BUCK. (See Stntiey.) 

BUCK BY", the Rev. Richard, ofBegclly, Pern- 
brukcHliii'c. 

Eldest Mill of tin- lite Arthur B.I. kb\, Esq ...f Ki rll.iu. 

co. Armagh, by Eli/.ib. th, dau, of »hw bit.- William 
M'Doniull. M«q ,«f Mullah, ad. co. Armagh, and praml- 

hull of the Key. U. Bn. kf v. Vicar of !S>rtglli . co, .Vrwiuli : 

ft. 1801 ; m. 183*1 Maty Thomnrfna, dau, of tin' lata 
Charles AlU-n J'ltibpp-,' i;.., . . t st, BriiLn 1BU, «». 

Pembroke, and. h.n, uttll OtllvT laaUe, 
• Ulchnnl Kenrj . ^ I S trt. 

Mr. Buckbv. who wis tuloratftl al N'-wrv and Trinitr 
Coll., Dublin (B.A, IS'J >>. l« n Ma .Mr ,!, fop CQ I'.ni- 
bruke and li'irlor .,f B. j-illv- UtjftHm l;r<t..ri/, tim* 
In nh, /'■ mini X. -Airr. 

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BUCKHURST, Baroness, of Buckhurst, Sussex | 
(cr. 1864). 

Lady Elizabeth, younger dau. of John Frederick, 3rd | 
Duke of Dorset (ext.), by Arabella Diana, dau. of Sir 
Charles Cope, Bart. ; m. 1813 George John, 5 th Earl 
De-la- Warr (whom see). Her Ladyship's ancestor, Sir j 
Thomas Sackville, K.G., Lord High Treasurer temp, j 
Elizabeth and James I., was created Lord Buekhur.-t in j 
1567, and advanced to the Earldom of Dorset in 1604. i 
— Bitekkiirst Park,East Grinstead ; Kiwle, Seuenoaks ; 
17> Upper Groscenor Street, w. 

Urir, her 2nd surviving son, Reginald Wind-or Sackville 
We*t, M.A. of BaMol Coll., Oxford ; b. 1S17 ; m. lSiiT Con- 
stance -Mary Elizabeth, eldest dau. of A. D. It. W. Baillie- 
Cockrane. Ksq., M.P , and h;u issue, * Lionel Charles Cran- 
feild, b. IstiS. 

BUCKINGHAM AND CHANDOS, Duke of I 
(Kichaed Plantagenet Campbell Temple- I 
Nugent - Brydges - Cfiaxdos - Grenville, 
D.C.L., P.O.) — -Cr. 1822. 

Only son of Richard Plantagcnet, 2nd Duke of Buck- 
ingham and Chandos, K.G., by the Lady Mary, young- | 
est dau. of John, 1st Marquis of Broadaibane, K.T. ; b. 
1823; .«. 18G1 ; m. 18-jI Caroline, dau. of the late 
Robert Harvey, Esq., of Langley Park, Bucks. Edu- 
cated at Eton and Ch. Ch., Oxford (Hon. D.C.L. of 
Oxford) ; is Lord-Lieut, of Bucks, a J.P. and D.L. fori 
Northamptonshire, and a Dep.-Lieut. for Oxon, Chair- j 
man of Bucks Quarter Sessions, a Deputy-Warden of 
the Stannaries, and Patron of livings; Lieut. -Col. ! 
Commandant Bucks Yeomanry Cavalry, and Hon. Col. 
1st Middlesex Artillery Volunteers ; was M.P. fori 
Buckingham 1846-57, and a Lord of the Treasury and 
Privy Seal to the Prince of Wales in 18o2 ; See. of State 
for tho Colonies, late President of the Privy Council 
1866. Of this family were tho late Lords Glastonbury, I 
Gronville, Nugent, and Palmerston. — Stowe, Blicking- 
ham ; Wotton House, Ailesbury ; Carlton C?«6, s.w. ; 4, 
Cromwell Itoiul, s.w. 

Heir Pres. (to the. Earldom of Temple only), his sister, Lady- 
Anna Eli^a llary. 

BUCKINGHAM, the Rev. James, of Doddis- 
Combsleigh, Devonshire. 

Eldest son of the late Rev. James Buckingham, Vicar 
of Burrinoton, Devon, by Mary, dau. of Robert 
Tanner, Esq., of Boseash, Devon"; h. 1808; m. 1839 
Mary Robertson, eldest dau. of the Rev. Dr. Fletcher, I 
Vicar of Quethioek, Cornwall, and has. with other issue, I 

" James, b. 184:1 ; educated at Cheltenham Coll. 
Mr. Buckingham, who was educated at Wadham Coll., ! 
Ox foul (B.C.L. 18.'<(!). is a Magistrate far Devon: 
Hector of Doddiiiconibsloigh, and Patron of that living 
— Doililitcombdiigh Rectory, Exetir. 

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, Earl of (Augustus 
Edward Houabt).— Cr. 1746. 
Third son of the lata Hon. George Voro HciL.art (who 
Wiia 2nd noil of Oporgo, 3rd Karl); by Jam ilatt of 
lliiriu'o Catani'O, K«q. j />. l"\)U; t. Ins brother as 6th 
Karl 18U>; m, 1-t 1810 Mary, dau. of the Into John 
Williams, Esq., King's Herjeattt (she </. IBL'fi); 2nd 
>«'-'« Mary Isabella, eldest Jan. of the late i.Yv God- 
frey Kgrcmont. Kducatod at Westminster and [trnoo- 
no»o Coll., Oxford (11 \ is to. M \ 1818); is in lloly 
Orders, Prebendary of Wolverhamptoni and Patron of 
2 living*,- Itichmond Lwlyc, Sitfmouth, Leon; 10, 
tiv/e*ton Square, s.w. 

Itfti'i til- -on Van Henry, t.nr.i Ilnlsirl ; educated %\ Trlnlt) 
lull., Oxford (D.A. lSID) ; wn former!} I'rivati Boorutury 
to sir i). rjrej . Hurt. ; i« a ('nmtnliwlonpr of C<«aI TrniU' fur 
ti»> l»on of London; ^. i*ia; ,„. ism m h, Kathtrlni 

IUVI, ut llir Hi. ||, v. Bltlint) f.irr. 
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BUCKLE. Christopher Richard, Esq., of Nor- 
ton House, Sussex. 
Only son of the late Matthew Buckle. Esq., of Norton 
Houso, by Hannah, dau. of the late Admiral Matthew 
Buckle, of Nork House, Surrey ; b. 1816 ; 5. 1837 : ,„. 
1So9 Caroline Maria, dau. of Abraham Citnrberbatch, 
Esq., of The Broads, Hellingly, Sussex, and has, with 
other issue, 

* Christopher Reginald, 6. 1862. 

Mr. Buckle, who was educated at Kind's Coll., London, 
represents the third branch of a family who formerlv 
owned land in Westmoreland. Hampshire, Surrey, and 
Sussex. — Sortou House, Aldiagbourne, Chichester. 

BUCKLEY, Edmund, Esq., of Ardwick, Lan- 
cashire, Saddle worth, Yorkshire, and Plus 
Dinus Mawddwy, Merionethshire. 
Eldest son of the late Edmund Peck, Esq. ; b. 1834 ; s. 
his uncle Edmund Buckley, Esq., of Ardwick and Sad- 
dleworth 1867; m. I860 Sarah, dau. of William Rees, 
Esq., J.P., of Tonn, Llandovery, and has, with other 
issue, 

* Edmund, b. 1861. 

Mr. Buckley, who is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Merioneth, 
was elected M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme I860 ; he 
assumed the name and arms of Bucklev in lieu of his pa- 
tronymic by Royal licence 1864. — PI as Dinus Matoddvy, 
Merionethshire; Ardwick, Manchester; Grotton Hull, 
Saddleworth, Yorkshire ; Union Club, Manchester; 15, 
Wymondham Place, w. 

BUCKLEY, General Edward Pert, of New 
Hall, Wilts. 

Eldest son of the late Edward Pcry Buckley. Esq., of 
New Hall, by Lady Georgiana West, dau. of John, "2nd 
Earl De-la-Warr;'ft. 1796: s. 184<i ; m. 1828 Lady Ca- 
tharine, only surviving child of William. 3rd Karl of 
Radnor, and of his 1st w ife, Lady Catharine Pclliain 
Clinton, only dau. of Henry, Karl of Lincoln, eldest son 
of Henry, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, and has, with other 
issue, 

* Alfred.ft. 1829: m. 1S".8 Oornl linc Mirv, onlv dau. of the 
late C'apt. George St. John Mildmay, R.N., and has i*;aie. 

General Buckley, who was educated at Harrow and 
Royal Military Coll.. M.irlow, became a General in the 
Army in 1865 ; is a J.P, ai d 1) L. for "Wilts, a Magi** 
trate for Hants, ami Col. K rd Pool ; he was M.I', for 
Salisbury 1853-65, and Equerry to the Queen 1837-53. 
— y'rw Hal' new Salisbury : Brooks's, Boc/te's, and 
United Service Ctubs, s.w. ; 12, South Audlry Street, w. 

BUCKLEY-MATUEW. (Soa Mathew.) 

BUCKNA LL. (See Limhny-Buck»all, of Turin Castle.) 

BOCKNER, tin- Rev. Charms, of Wyke Hoase, 
Sussex. 

Kldest son of tho Into Lieut. -Col Richard Buck tier, 

C.I'., K. A. (who was a J.P. and IVL. for Sussox), uj 
Mary Mamh, Dldctt dan. of the U\X* John Poin-o. wq . 

of Canterbury (.if a family formerly imttd at D»«d.linir- 
ten and Charm,;, Kent); h. ISO*: m, 1st 18^7 Gknrgi' 
ann M.uy, yoUnrfpKt dan of tho Rev. Oei-reo M. IVlhnne, 

1.1. I>, Recti r of Worth, 9Q8itox; Jnd 1861 Rmmn Hw 
barta, 3nd dan of tho late John Jame* IV roo. I.- 1 of 

Cant. rlmrv. BduOlttjd at Wadliam Coll , OxfOlxl (W.A. 
1828, M A. is:il. It tv I8I2>; in Revtofol SVwtiftukr, 
and Incutnlwnl of St, Mary'i, Scnnicotta, Sumvs^ nnd 
a SurrYaRitc. Thla family in of Qonm rxtinction 
- H yk r //..«.«/■, ( hi. •//.-.«/» r, S axawf, 



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BTJCKNILL, John Chahles, Esq., M.D/, F.R.S., 1 
of Hillmorton Hall, Warwickshire. 
Son of the lute John Bucknill, Esq., of Market Bosworf.h, I 
co. Leicester; b. 1S17 ; 1812 Maryanne, only child j 
of the late Thomas Townsend, Esq., of the nljove-named j 
place, and who is Lady of the Manor and lay-Rector of j 
the parish of Hillmorton. l)r. Bucknill is one of the | 
Chancery Visitors iu Lunacy and a Magistrate for co. 
Warwick. — Hillmorton Hall, Rugby; 45, Lincoln's Inn 
Fidds, w.c. 

+ BUCKSTON, the Rev. German, of Brad- 
borne, Derbyshire. 
Eldest son of the late Rev. George Buckston, Vicar of 
Bradborne, by Frances, dau. of Moreton Walhouse, Esq., 
and aunt of Edward John, 1st Lord Hatherton ; 6. 
1798; m. 1821 Ellen, dau. of tho Rev. R. Ward, and 
has issue, 

* Rowland German, in Holy Orders, M.A. of Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford, and Curate of Bradborne ; 6. 1829. 

Mr. Buckston, who was educated at St. John's Coll., 
Cambridge (B.A. 1820), was appointed Vicar of Sutton- 
on-the-Hill 1834 ; he is a Patron of 2 livings.— The 
Vicarage, Sutton-on-the-Hill, Derby. 

BUCKWORTH, Theophilus Russell, Esq., of 
Cockley-Cley Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of the late Theophilus Russell Buekworth, ' 
Esq., of Cockley-Cloy Hall (who was High Sheriff of 
Norfolk 1856), by Esther, dau. of J. Latehford, Esq., of I 
London; b. 1816; s. 1857; m. 1804 Pleasance Grace, | 
eldest dau. of Richard Bagge, Esq., of Gaywood Hall, 
Norfolk, and has issue, 

* A son, b. 18G6. 

Mr. Buckhurst, who was educated at Eton and Trinity 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1848, .M.A. 1853), is a Magis- 
trate for Norfolk, a Chairman of the Quarter .Sessions, 
Lord of the Manor of Cockley-Cley, and Patron of 2 
livings. — Cockley-Cley Hall, Swaffliam, Norfolk; Union 
i Club, s.w. 

BUCKWORTH, the Rev. Thomas Everakd, of 
Norbivry, Staffordshire. 
Only surviving child of the late Capt. Thomas Blackall 
Buekworth, of Park Place, Windsor, by Helena Mare, 
dau. of the Rov. Marsha ll Clarke, Rector of Shronel, co. 
Tipperary, Ireland ; 1822; m. 1849 Charlotte Sarah, 
eldest dau. of James S. Garthon, Esq., M.I)., and has, 
B it h ol her issue, 

* Thomns Kolford, ft. 1851. 

y\r. Buekworth, who was educated at Trinity Coll., 
Dublin (B.A. 18»3), is a Magistrate for co. Stafford, 
mid Pat ron and Rector of Norbury.- Norbury liectory, 
Newport, Shropshire. 

BUC K WO RT 1 1 -HE AR NK-SO A M E. (See Same.) 

HUnmCOM, WV MAM BaBDBB, Ksq., of Pen- 
ImhUv Hall, B'lintBliire. 
Son of the late Rov. Robert Pytldor rhiddicom, Principal 
of St. Bees College, Cumberland (who </. 1846); ft, 
18 . Is it Miiginttrate for co, Hint (High Sherifi 
l$M),~.l>eabedw Hall, Mold, Flintshire. 

BUDQEN, Thomas John, Esq., of Ballindoney, 
oo, Wexford, 
Eldest -on of the Into John Robert Rtidgen, Esq , of 

lUllilldonpy, by Willi. iin/u I'm-., line M irv, dn« of i In 

late Col, Lorenno Montv, of the ltntth>»nxe Ounrds, And 
^nuuKtuu. ot sir Stephen Jniwon, Hurt, (cxt ) . I8IM . 
», I BOO, This family were for mntty generntions ml* 
«J< nt in Surrey, ■/lui/t/i./. w //. KtmiorortAu,ct>. Il<.i/..rrf. 
"I'tii'titH, tftrtep l li'ckmonw Ubntt, Dftntiiiam, i.w, 



BUDWORTH, Philip Johx, Esq., of Grecn.ste.1 
Hall, Essex. 
Eldest son of the Rev. Philip Budworth, Rector of Hi^Ii 
Laver, bv Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. John Darbv, i.t 
Bowes House, OngJir ; b. 181 S ; s. 18G1 ; m. i>c is.iu 
Blanche, youngest dau. of Capt. Thomas Trimmer, R.N. 
(she d. 1802} ; 2nd 1S60 Annie Emily, 2nd dau. of 
David Thomas, Esq., of The Priory, Brecon ; he has issuo 
by the former, 

• Philip Cresswell Dutton, b. 18G2. 

Mr. Budworth, who was educated at Jesus Coll., Cam- 
bridge (B.A. 1839, M.A. 1842), is a J.P. and D.L, for 
Essex; Lord of the Manor of Greensted; Patron of the 
living of High Laver. Essex, late a Capt. in the Essex 
Rifles; now commands- tho 18th Essex R.V.C. — Green- 
sted Hull, On gar ; Junior United Service Club, s.w.; 
New University Club, w. ; 70, Lower Brook Street, Gros- 
venor Square, w. 

BULKELEY, Sir Richard Bulkeley WIL- 
LIAMS-, Bart., of Baron's Hill, Anglesea 
(cr. 1661). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Robert Williams, B art., of 
Baron's Hill, by Anne, dau. of the Rev. Edward 
Hughes, of Kinmel Park, co. Denbigh : b. 1801 : s. as 
10th Bart. 1830 ; m. 1st 1828 Charlotte Mary. dau. of 
1st Lord Dinorben (sho d. 1S29; : 2nd 1832 Maria 
Frances, dau. of the' late Sir Thomas Massey Stanley, 
Bait. Is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Anglesea, and Patron 
of 4 livings; late Lord-Lieut, and CustOS Rotulorum 
of co. Carnarvon; was M.P. for Beaumaris 1830-33, 
Amrlcsea 1833-7, Flint 1841-7. and has sat for Anijlo- 
sea since 1847 ; assumed the additional name of Bul- 
keley in 1822, on inheriting the property of the lato 
Viscount Bulkeley. — Baron's Hill, Beaumaris, Anglesea ; 
Reform, Arthur's, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. 

Heir, hi< son Richard Mostyn Lewis, Into Capt. Royal TT<.ns. 
Guards; ft; 1838 ; m, 1st 1857 Mary Emily, dan. ot Henry 
Bingham Daring:, Esq. (dip, idtU) ; 2nd I8t»ti Margaret, 
eldest dau. of Col. Thomas Peers Williams, of Temple Hon ne, 
Bucks. 

+ BULKELEY, John Jesse, Esq., of Linden 
Hall, Berks. 
Son of the late John Bulkeley, Esq.. of Linden Hall : 
1800; in. 1825 Sarah, dau. of tho late Parr Bulkeley, 
lisij., and has, with other issue, 

• Francil BoaamarU, r.inf. Sth Rcgt,; b. ISJ8: m, I MX 

Mary, <lou. of Major Wi W. J. CiKkcTOtt, late ftMll t'oot. 

Mr. Bulkeloy is a J.P. and D.L for Iterka i High Sheriff 
1841).— Linden Hall, Twyford, Berks, 

BULKELEY, Robi:rt WatuM Hughes, Rsq , 

of ( Ironant, Anglesey. 
Eldest son of the late Rob, rt'llulkelev. Esq., of Or >nant. 
by Barbara, dau. of — Pritchard.* Esq, ; h. 18-tfi ; ». 
18V.) This family have been settled at Gronaut from 

tho time of Charles II., and descend from a COTUmOn 

ancestor trith Viscount Bulkeley (ext.). — Gmnant <««</ 
Pi ii -y -a rg n, Llmi/ucn th, co. Anglesey, 

Ihir I'm,, hi* brother Uiclmrd Prttehud Pn.*lli. 1 1 l< 

is is. 

BULKELEY, Capt. Thomas, of Clowcr Lodges 
Berks. 

Younger son of the lot* John Bulkeley, Y.- \ . nt f«fnd«i 
Hall, and brother of John Ituik. i. . . . <<i l.in- 
den II ill (whom seei ; h. L807 ; m iNSiSi I viii,',- lOtelia 
Riv, r«. yOtHUIPSl ilaU, of the late Sir irincis I'n-. Inn;, 
Units, and by hi r (win 1S."i.1» h.is, with other IMttO, 

• Prefer* k. *>. IMA, 

Capt, lititkelcy, who In n Mn^iatmtn for DoHm,wiii f..r- 

merly Capt. in the M Ltifd tttiunN. CffWf /•■ .'. 

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BULKELEY-OWEN, Bci-kkiey Hatchett, | 
Esq., of Teclsmorc Hall, Shropshire. 
Elder son of the Lite Thomas Bulkeley Bu'lkeley-Owen 
Esqv, of Tedsmore, by Marianne, dau. of the llev. K. Thcl-'; 
wall, Rector of Llanbedr-Dutlryn-Clwyd. oo. Denbigh; 
b. 1813") ; s. 1807; >". 1807 Emma Maria, dan. of 
the late Itov. George Heywood, Rector of Ideford, 
Devon. Is a Magistrate for eo. Salop, nwl Lord of the 
Manor: of Shelool hie. The surnames of JJulfceley-Owen 
were assumed by the father of the. present owner by I 
Royal licence in 1848, in lieu of his patronymic Hatchett. ! 
This family were formerly resident at Lee, near Elles- 
mero.— Ted amort Hull, Shrewsbury. 

BULLEX. (See TatcheU-Bullen.) 

BULLEN", the Rev. Abraham William, of 
Great Baddow, Essex. 
Only son of the late Rev. Abraham Colin BulleH, M.A., 
sometime Patron and Viear of Great Baddow (who d. \ 
1829), by Lucy, dan. of tho late Alderman Griehton ; b. i 
1818; m. 1845 Caroline Sophia, eldest dau. of the Rev. j 
Henry Hutton, Rector of Filleigh, Devon, and has I 
issue. Educated at Shrewsbury and Trinity Coll., ! 
Cambridge (B.A. 1842, M.A. 18-18) ; instituted Viear of 
Great Raddow 134G ; is Patron of that living. — The j 
]'incyards, Great Baddow, Chelmsford. 

BULLEIi, SirEr.w-AnDMANNES'GILUI-.Bart.. 
of DilLorn Hall, Staffordshire (er. 180G). ! 
Younger son of tho late Sir Francis Culler Vardc- | 
Buller, Bart., of Lltpton, Devon, by Eliza Lydia, dau. 
of John Holliday, Esq., of Dilhorn llall,and brother of j 
John, 1st Lord Churston ; b, 1800; s. 1S29 ; u, . 1st' 
1824 Mary Ann, dau. of Major-General Coote .Man- j 
ningham (she d. 1860); 2nd 1-863 Georgina Charlotte, ! 
dau. and heir of Sir Charles E. Nugent, G.C.H., anil j 
widow of the Rt. Hon. George Bankes. M.l*. Educated 
at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1821, M.A. 182-4); is a I 
J.P. and D.L. for eo. Stafford (High Sheriff 1 853) ; was 
M.P. for N. Staffordshire 1833-42, and for Stafford 
1842-7; re-elected for N. Staffordshire 180.",; he as- 
sumed the additional name of Manniiurhum by Royal 
licence 1866.— Dilhorn flu!/, Ohcadle, StaJfor4shirei 
Tra-velleri and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. 

Heir, hts win Morton Edward, B.A. Of Balliol Coll., Oxford, 
nnd a J.I'. nnd D.L. for go. Stafford: 1K2S; m. 18(1.') 
Murv, eldest dnit. of William Duvunport, Esq., of Mner 
Hull, co. .Stufford. 

BULLER, Sir Arthur William, Knt. (cr. 
1848). 

Son of the late Charles Rnller, Esq, (who was some 
time M.P. foi Linkeard), by Unrlmrn Isabella, dau. of 
Col. Kirkhntrick; b. 1808; »». 1812 Maria, dau. of V. 
Teniplrr. Esq. Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge 
(B.A. 18'IDi; hilled to the Bar nt Lincoln's Lun 1831, 
find went tlm WeMtem Citeuit ; nppoinfed Queen's Ad- 
vocate in Ceylon 1810; wis h Judun at CnlcUttii 
1848-A7; was M.P, for Devonjiorl l8o9-C5, when he 
wns elected M.P. lor Liskcanl. Athtlntntn C/llH, s.w. ; 1 
20, Queen's (fate Terrace, titwfh Kensington, w. 

BULLER, Sir GioK.n:, K.C.B., of Pclynt, 

Cornwall (cr. h-Vi). 
Third but oldpMl wJirivinR ion of tho late Oencml 

l'Vedcriek 'William Duller, of l.ann.ilh nnd I'dyflt, 
Cornwall, by ( Ihnrlotle, dan. of i ipurue Tinnh ns, E*f|i : 
ft, 1804 J t, his bn.llii' I Hit I ; m. iHAu II a. tta. dm. 

of tho lute General Sir John Macil.nnld.oo.lt. 1- n 
I.ieut.-Cienenil in ihe Army ; forilieil) mtnmnndetl Isl 
It'll 1 :i 1 ii Hi Hi lie Unieide : v, r\i it in the < ' illie Mar. and 

in the Crimen I8.vt ■ '> ; pointimmletl the Camp nt Shorn* > 
eltfti) 1 k.'i.'i - r, ami a |)ri|tnild in Hi* Ionian Mntidn 
1 H ."i 7 —•"»-■■ , appointed Command. i -in < hief of Suit h-w. -I 
lit ' 



Military District 1S6-5. — Pelynt, East Looe, Cornwall; 
Unilid Service Club, s.w. ; 23, Bruton Street, Berkeley 
Square, w. 

BULLER, Axtony, Esq., of Pound, Devon. 
Eldest son of the late Sir Antony Buller. Knt.. of 
Pound (who was a Magistrate for Devon, and formerly 
a Judge at Calcutta), by Isabella Jane, dau. of the laic 
Sir \V. Lemon, Bart. ; b. 1S06 ; s. 1S06. — Pound, Tavi- 
stock, Duv/i. 

Heir Pres., his brother Georpe Francis, b. 181- ; m. 1S"9 
Georgina, youngest dau. of the late Ralph Foster, Esq., of 
Jardinfield, co. Lerwick. 

BULLER, Charles Regixald, Esq., of Erie 
Hall, Devon. 
Son of the late James Buller. Esq., many years Clerk 
of His Ma jesty's Privy Council (who d. 1832), by Marv, 
dau. of James Templer, Esq., of Stover, Devon : h. 
1806 ; rn. 1842 Emma, dau. of the late Geonre Little, 
Esq., of Asnagh, co. Longford (she d. 1865). Edu- 
cated at "Westminster and at Trinity Coll.. Oxford ; is a 
Magistrate for Devon ; was formerly in Her Majestv's 
Civil Service in Ceylon. — Erie Hull, Plympton, Devon. 

BULLER, James Howard, Esq., of Downes, 
Devon. 

Eldest son of the late James Wentwnrth Buller, Esq., 
of Downes (who was a J.P. and D.L. for Devon, Col. 
1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, formerlv M.P. for Exe- 
ter, and late M.P. for N.Devon), by Charlotte Juliana 
Jane, dau. of the late Lord Molyneux II. Howard; />. 
183.5 : 5. 186.5. Educated at Harrow and Cli. Ch., Ox- 
ford (B.A. 18.571 ; is a Magistrate for Devon, Patron 
of 3 livincrs, and Capt. 1st Devon Yeomanry Cavalry. 
This family is descended from a common ancestor 
with Lord Churston and the Hollers of Mnrval (whom 
see). — Dunnes, Oreditotl ; Arthur's Club, s.w. 

Heir Pres., his brother Redvers Henry, Lieut. Cfith Riflei ; 
1S:)I». 

BULLER, John Francis, Esq., of Morval, 
Cornwall. 

Only son of the late John Duller, Esq., of Morval 
(who was some time M.l 1 . for Looe), bv his 2nd 
wife Harriet, dau. of the late Sir Edward Hulse, Bart ; 
h. 1824; s. l.Sl'J. Educated at Magdalen Coll.. Ox- 
ford; is a J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall (High Sheriff 
18.53), nnd Patron of 2 livings. This family have beeu 
seated in Cornwall since the reign of Elizabeth. — .V. r- 
yal, Loot, Cornwall. 

DULLER,, the Roy. Richard. 

Son of thft late James Bullet, Esq, 'many years Clerk 
of the Privy Council), by Mary. dau. of James Tem- 
pter. Boq n of st.iver House, Devon; >>. 1804; m. 1830 
Eliza. Uvi dau. of John Hornby. E-q., of Tho Hook, 
Tit' hlield, Hants, and has issue. 

• jAtnoa Hornby, Cnpt. TI M. 'a Militnrv Trnin. Into of the 
•'•Tth Rem., nail otvoiI in the OrimHii fi. IM : M. ls"'!» 
Cutliiriiie Anno, dllll. of William Willi mi, Lsq.. of l'tv- 

giillow Itouio, Truro, 
Air. Buller, who w is educated at WoBtminster .n.J 
Oriel Coll.. Oxford ilt.A IS.'O, M.\. IS.'ltl. and ap- 

pointed Ivectnr of Lanrenth :s .» Mattistrnte for 

Cornwall. — Lanrcaih [factory, Liektard, QomwolL 

Dt T LLKR, Wrstworth Wiu um, Baq., of siveto 

Ual.o.'li. Devon. 
Only son of the In hi rhnmi Went«..nh i'liller. I'.-*) . 
of Slrete nnleifh (SORIO time a I'llhe l'ommis«ioni r tor 

ICtiKlnml nnd Wah^i, by Ann. «ka. of Kltuni DiwtN 

E-.|.. of lUMoek. DPTWi; 1 S :l I ; s. |8«tS Hdll.-rttol 
al [lirmW { i« n MaL'i-f rate lor Devon; represent* it 
\ouiejer hruilcll of the duller* of ll.oin.s ,S,/,.c 
(Af/VyA, II hi '■!<'••, \ i t, r. 



THE UNITED KINGDOM. 



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IITJLLER. (See under Churston, Lord.) 

MULLOCK, Bexjamin, Esq., of St. Leonards, j 
No r t liu m b e r 1 a n d . 

Eldest son of the late Benjamin Thompson, Esq., of! 
Kspley, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Hawdon Brumell. I 
Esq., of Littlehoughton ; b. 1810; s. his uncle, the; 
lute Robert Bullock, Esq., and assumed his name by j 
(loyal licence, 1845 ; m. 1841 Jane Marr, dau. of the j 
late John Bettell, Esq., and has issue, 

• William Edward, an Officer 6th Dragoon Guards, formerly 
Lieut. Northumberland Militia; 1. 1S4 j. 

Mr. Bullock is a Magistrate for Northumberland. This 
family hare been seated at St. Leonards for about four j 
centuries. — St. Leonards, Spital Hill, Morpeth, Northum- 
berland; 62, Queen's Gardens, W. 

BULLOCK, George, Esq., of North Coker, 
Somerset. 

Eldest son of the late John Bullock, Esq., of North 
Coker; by Sarah, dau. of the late G. Warry, Esq., of 
West Coker, Somerset; b. 1797; s. 180G; m. 1826 
Maria Caroline, youngest dau. of the late Charles | 
drove, Esq., M.D., and by her (who d. 1866) has issue, j 

• George, of Se<lge Hill, Wilts; educated at CU. Ch., Oxford ; ! 
a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset, a Magistrate for Dorset and ' 
Wilts, and Lieut. W. Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry ; b. 1 829 ; 
m. 1st 18">fi Emily Lucy, dan. of Henry William Berkeley j 
Portman, Esq. (she it. the same year) ; '.'nd 18U0 Alice, ifra j 
dau. of Sir Glynne Earle Welby-Gregory, Bart., of Denton ! 
Hall, co. Lincoln, and has, with other issue, * a son, b. I 
18U2. He has assumed the surname of Troyte in addition I 
to and before that of Bullock, by Royal licence, under the I 
will of Ids maternal relative, the late Rev. E. 13. Troyte, of I 
Huntsham Court, Devon. 

Mr Bullock, who is a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset (High 
Sheriff 1866) and Patron of 1 living represents a| 
family who have possessed lands in North and East 
Coker and Yeovil for several centuries. — North Coker, j 
Yeovil, Somerset ; Boodle's Club, s.w. 

BULLOCK, the Misses, of Shlpdliam, Norfolk. ' 
Mary and Susanna, daus. and co-heirs of the lato Kcv. j 
Colby Bullock, the younger, of Sliipdliain, by Elizabeth, I 
dau. of Capo I Brengloe, Esq., of JIingham,in the same j 
Co.; s. their father in this property 1817. Their] 
grandfather (the Rev. Colby Bullock, sen.) was Rector 
of Shipdham 1754-1804. This family have been seated 
in Norfolk for three centuries. — Shipdham, Tnttford. 

BULLOCK, the Rev. W,m,ti;r Trevelyan, of 
Faulkbottrn Hall, Essex. 
Eldest surviving son of this lato Jonathan Bullock,] 
Esq., of l''au lk bourn Hall, J.P, and D.L., and formerly 

High Sheriff Of Essex, by Margaret , dan. of tile Rev. 
Andrew DoWnes j b. 1818; .*. 1 NOO ; ,n. 1852 Mutant, 
dau. of the lain Mr. "William Steains, of Chap' 1 Street, 
London, and has, with other issue, 

• W.dter Henry, 6. 1801. 

Mr. liullock, who was educated at Eton and Cains 
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1 s 13. M.A. 184G), is a Mngis-i 
trate for Essex, Lord of the Manor of Faulkbourn, I 
l'atron of that living and of Salcott, and alternate 
I fttroB of Rod winter; ho wis formerlv Hector ofl 
I'uulkbourn.— •Faulkbourn Hull, Wit hum, Kesix, 

BULLOCK- WEBSTER. (Seo Webster.) 

1UTLMER, Mrs., ofSnltwell Hall, co. Durham. 
Kllr-n, eldest dau. of Churkd Ferguson, Knq., V R C.S.K . 
oi llinhopwearmouth, by ISleanor, iluu. of Clirixli phor 
111 unwell, Kwj., of Ili<ln'p« curnioul h , tit. 18. i I. Bfl hi* 
-nd wile, ChlU-lei Rulnior, Esq., of Saltw. II T lull, who 

"at u Magistrate for oo. Durham, and who </. 1805, 

h M nil.: issiii> an only sun, 

• t'linrloi, 6. ih.vi. 

Mis llullm r ih I,ady of Urn Manor of Saltwell — 
i"// I /all, Gateshead, 



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BULTEEL, Johx, Esq., of Tan flo^o, De von. 
Only son of tho late John Croker Bulteel, Esq., ..i 
Flcte (who was some time M.P. for South Devon), by 
Ladj- Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Charles. 1st Earl Grey, 
K.G.; b. 1827; 1813; in,. 1854 Euphemia Emily, 
dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Parsons, formerly British 
Resident at Zante, and has, with other is-ue, 

* John Gk-orge, b. HS56. 

Mr. Bulteel, who was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a 
Magistrate for Devon, and Lord of the Manor of IIol- 
beton. This family inherited ITete by bequest, a.o. 
1716, but sold it in 1804" to W. F. Splatfc, Esq. (whom 
see). — Pamflete, Ermebridge, Devon; Brooks's and 
Travellers' Clubs, s.w. 

BULWER, the Right Hon. Sir Henet Lyttox, 
G.C.B. (cr. 18-31). 
Second son of the late General W. E. Bulwer, of Hey- 
don, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late E. W. Lytton, Esq., 
of Kuebworth, Herts, and brother of Sir E. Bulwer- 
Lvtton, Bart., M.P. ; 6, 1804; m. 1848 the Hon. 
Oe'iraiana Charlotte Mary, dau. of Henry, 1st Lord 
Cowley. Was M.P. for Wilton in 1830. tor Coventry 
1831-2, for Marvlebone 183f-7 ; was Minister Pleni- 
potentiary at Madrid 1813-8. at Washington 1849-52, 
and Florence 1852-8; Ambassador at Constantinople 
1 858-05. — Reform Club, S.W. 

BULWERj William Earle Lytton, Esq., of 
Heydon Hall, Norfolk. 
Eldest son of tho late "William Earle Bulwer, Esq., of 
Heydon Hall .who was a Brigadier-General in the 
Army and Col. 106th Foot), by Elizabeth, dau. ami 
sole heir of Richard Warburton Lytton. Esq., of Ifneb- 
worth Park, Herts, and brother of the Right Hon. 
Lord Lytton; b. 1791); s. 1807; m. 1st 1SJ7 Emily, 
youngest dau. of General Gascoyne, lato 31.1'. tor 
Liverpool; 2nd 1841 Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Green, Esq., of Forty Hill, Enfield, and has, with 
other issue, 

• William F.arle Gascoyne, of Quebec, East Dereham. * 
Magistrate for Norfolk ; It. 1829 ; m. i s.">5 Marian D- rinir, 
dau. and heiress of William Lee Warner, Lsc,., and hui 
issue. 

Mr. Bulwer, who is R J.P. nnd D.L. for Norfolk, and a 
Magistrate for Hants, and Patron of '2 livings, was 
formerly Major \V. Norfolk Militia — Ifrgdon //all, 
Reephatn, and Wood Dalling, Norfolk; Utbritlns House, 
Anglesey, Gosport ; Brooks's. Union, ami Ututenitjf 
Clubs, S.yf.', 21, For/man Square, it, 

BULWER- LYTTON. (»» Lytton, Lord.) 

BUNBtTRY, the Rev. Sir Jmtn RICHARD- 
SON-. Bart., of Kilfcaclc, co. Tipperary 
(.■r. 1TS7). 

Eldest son of the late Sir Jntnes M. Richardson. Tart, 
(who assumed the name of Bunbury), by Margaret, dau. 
of John C. Mowtrny, Esq., of favour Royal, co. Tyrone ; 
h. L818; f. as 3rd Raft. 1 S.j 1 : m, 18*40 Maria. Jn.l 
dau. of Willi. mi .\nketell, Esq., of Anketell Onw. CO, 

Mini ii ban. Eduonted at Oxford: is in Holy Or»l<r* 
This family were I'm iiierly se.itcd n f AllghPP, CO. Tyrone, 
now told. — Kt'flitote, CO, I ippi 'ratjf, Ireland. 
Itrii , bin foii Mervjn .Matthew, ^ 

BUNBURT, SirCHAM.R8 Jamki Pox, Bart., of 
Barton Hall, s.iiii.ik (or. 1681). 

Eldest son of the Into I.irut -tien. Sir llentv lM«ar>l 
nnukury, Hart.. of llurton Hail («..ino tone \ n r l.irnt. 
of and M P. for Sutl'.>lk\ by hi« 1 •>! witc. [«H\im 
Emilia, ilau. of the lb<n Ociwml II. V l"i>v. nnd 
gnuid-diiu. of (lie l«t !,..rd Holland j b. I S<»'.» : j>. n* 
8tli Rait. 1800' iii. 184 1 I'r inci- JiMMM, d ei nf !.<•<>- 
nnril Horner, Kn>, of Mtnunl) EiluCAttH ><t Timity 
Coll., Caml rnlge. in a J IV and I».L. lor Niftolk v High 
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Sheriff 1868), Lord of the Manors of Barton ami Mil- 
denhall, and Patron of 3 livings. — Barton Hall. Bury 
St. Edmund's, Suffolk; Athcnaueu Club t S.y>. ; 4S. Eaton 
Place, s.w. 

Heir Pret., ;hiS brother Eiiw.iril Herbert, late M.P. for Bury | 
St. Kitommfs; />. 1811. Educated nt Trinity Coll.^Cnm- 
bri.lse (B.A. 183.T, M.A. 1830) j called to the Bur at the j 
Inner Tcniplc 1831. 

BUXBURY, Hexrt Mill, Esq., of Alarlstonj 
House, Berks. 
Only son of the late Benjamin Banbury, Esq., by Anne | 
Cowling, of .Richmo